Frank Chin : biography
Frank Chin (趙健秀; pinyin: Zhào Jiànxiù) (born February 25, 1940) is an American author and playwright.
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- Writing Manhood in Black and Yellow: Ralph Ellison, Frank Chin, and the Literary Politics of Identity By: Kim, Daniel Y.. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP; 2005. xxviii, 286 pp. (book)
- Frank Chin By: Goshert, John Charles. Boise: Boise State U; 2002. 54 pp.
- Chinese American Writers of the Real and the Fake: Authenticity and the Twin Traditions of Life Writing By: Madsen, Deborah L.; Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d'Etudes Americaines, 2006; 36 (3): 257-71.
- Frank Chin By: Goshert, John Charles. IN: Madsen, Asian American Writers. Detroit: Gale; 2005. pp. 44–57
- Other Possible Identities: Three Essays on Minor American Literatures By: Goshert, John Charles; Dissertation, Purdue U, 2001.
- 'China' in the American Diaspora By: Suoqiao, Qian. IN: Shell, American Babel: Literatures of the United States from Abnaki to Zuni. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP; 2002. pp. 404–30
- Thinking at the Limits of Asian American Literature By: Goshert, John; Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2000 Spring-Summer; 4 (3): 39 paragraphs.
- Frank Chin (1940- ) By: Huang, Guiyou. IN: Nelson, Asian American Novelists: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood; 2000. pp. 48–55
- Frank Chin By: Lawrence, Keith. IN: Cracroft, Twentieth-Century American Western Writers. Detroit, MI: Thomson Gale; 1999. pp. 42–50
- Race, Writing, and Manhood: Ambivalent Identifications and American Literary Identity in Frank Chin and Ralph Ellison By: Kim, Daniel Young-Hoon; Dissertation, U of California, Berkeley, 1997.
- Self, Nations, and the Diaspora: Re-Reading Lin Yutang, Bai Xianyong, and Frank Chin By: Shen, Shuang; Dissertation,City U of New York, 1998.
- Tripmaster Monkey, Frank Chin, and the Chinese Heroic Tradition By: Chu, Patricia P.; Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory, 1997 Autumn; 53 (3): 117-39.
- A Politics of Representation: Articulating Identities in Contemporary Asian-American Literature By: Chu, Janet Hyunju; Dissertation, State U of New York, Stony Brook, 1996.
- The Problematics of Kingston's 'Cultural Translation': A Chinese Diasporic View of The Woman Warrior By: Liu, Toming Jun; Journal of American Studies of Turkey, 1996 Fall; 4: 15-30.
- Dublin to Chinatown: James Joyce and Frank Chin By: Davis, Robert Murray; Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 1996; 1: 117-22.
- The Dialogic Richness of The Joy Luck Club By: Wang, Qun; Paintbrush: A Journal of Poetry and Translation, 1995 Autumn; 22: 76-84.
- The Power of Myth: A Study of Chinese Elements in the Plays of O'Neill, Albee, Hwang, and Chin By: Bai, Niu; Dissertation, Boston U, 1995.
- Death in the West: A Multicultural Adventure By: Davis, Robert Murray; Redneck Review of Literature, 1994 Spring-Fall; 26-27: 7-9.
- Daddy, I Don't Know What You're Talking About By: Cho, Fiona; Hitting Critical Mass: A Journal of Asian American Cultural Criticism, 1993 Fall; 1 (1): 57-61.
- Uncanny Doubles: Nationalism and Repression in Frank Chin's 'Railroad Standard Time' By: Chiu, Jeannie; Hitting Critical Mass: A Journal of Asian American Cultural Criticism, 1993 Fall; 1 (1): 93-107.
- Frank Chin: Iconoclastic Icon By: Davis, Robert Murray; Redneck Review of Literature, 1992 Fall; 23: 75-78.
- The Production of Chinese American Tradition: Displacing American Orientalist Discourse By: Li, David Leiwei. IN: Lim and Ling, Reading the Literatures of Asian America. Philadelphia: Temple UP; 1992. pp. 319–32
- The Formation of Frank Chin and Formations of Chinese American Literature By: Li, David Leiwei. IN: Hune, Kim, Fugita, and Ling, Asian Americans: Comparative and Global Perspectives. Pullman: Washington State UP; 1991. pp. 211–23
- Frank Chin: The Chinatown Cowboy and His Backtalk By: Kim, Elaine H.; Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought, 1978; 20: 78-91.
- The Chinese-American Literary Scene: A Galaxy of Poets and a Lone Playwright By: Wand, David Hsin-Fu; Proceedings of the Comparative Literature Symposium, 1978; 9: 121-46.
- Two Angry Ethnic Writers By: Simon, Myron; MELUS, 1976; 3 (2): 20-24.
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