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American Migrant Fictions

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American Migrant Fictions

Space, Narrative, Identity



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American Migrant Fictions by Sonia Weiner
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In American Migrant Fictions: Space, Narrative, Identity, Sonia Weiner focuses on novels of five American migrant writers of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, who construct spatial paradigms within their narratives to explore questions of linguistic diversity, identities and be-longings. By weaving visual techniques within their narratives (photography, comics, cartography) authors Aleksandar Hemon, G.B. Tran, Junot Diaz, Boris Fishman and Vikram Chandra convey a surplus of perspectives and gesture towards alternative spaces, spatial in-between-ness and transnational space.

Author Biography

Sonia Weiner. Ph.D. (2007), Tel Aviv University, is a lecturer in American Literature at that university. She has published articles on migrant fiction and African American literature, and has writer the prefaces for several Hebrew translations of American literary texts.
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May 3rd, 2018
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