3 edition of East goes West found in the catalog.
East goes West
Alta DeShazer Craft
by A.D. Craft in [Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii] (242 Liholiho St, Wailuku, Maui)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Alta DeShazer Craft assisted by George W. Craft.|
|Contributions||Craft, George W. 1906-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.C885 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 664 p.,  leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||664|
|LC Control Number||84071393|
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East Goes West is a beautifully written novel that manages to be both powerfully thought-evoking and humorous. Kang's commentary on the uniqueness of American culture, politics, business, and society remain as fresh and valid as they were sixty years ago. The genius of this book is that it makes you think while being by: East Goes West is surely an interesting book.
That isnt to say that this book is particularly bad, however it is certainly a niche book. This book does a fantastic job in what it intends to do, an exploration of American culture, society, and economics from a classical Korean perspective. The plot structure of the book, a collection of /5.
East Goes West offers a rich largesse of color and flavor, personality and impression and event. It is one of those rare books which will arouse interest, ring changes on laughter and leave its residue of thought.” —The New York Times Book Review “An immigrant epic that criss-crosses a less-than-welcoming American landscape.
Now available from Penguin-Random House. Originally published inEast Goes West is an extraordinary account of immigrant life in the s written by the first Korean American novelist, Younghill picaresque adventure, part shrewd social commentary, East Goes West casts a sharply satirical eye on the demands and perils of assimilation as it follows the travels.
East Goes West NPR coverage of East Goes West: The Making of an Oriental East goes West book by Younghill Kang, Alexander Chee, and Sunyoung Lee. Fiction. Asian-American Studies. "EAST GOES WEST is a stunning testament to Younghill Kang's indomitable spirit, his perspicacious eye, and his special mirth.
The book provides us with a rare view of how urban American life was experienced-and critiqued-by Korean immigrants in the s"-Elaine Kim. Having fled Japanese-occupied Korea for the gleaming promise of the. East goes West: History of the Craft-Hill-Harris and DeShazer-Faubion-Douglass-Howlett families [Craft, Alta DeShazer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
East goes West: History of the Craft-Hill-Harris and DeShazer-Faubion-Douglass-Howlett familiesAuthor: Alta DeShazer Craft. East Goes West offers a rich largesse of color and flavor, personality and impression and event.
It is one of those rare books which will arouse interest, ring changes on laughter and leave its residue of thought.” —The New York Times Book Review “An immigrant epic that criss-crosses a less-than-welcoming American landscape. Younghill Kang (June 5, — December 2,Korean name 강용흘) was an important early Asian American writer.
He is best known for his novel The Grass Roof (the first Korean American novel) and its sequel, the fictionalized memoir East Goes West: The Making of an Oriental Yankee. He also wrote an unpublished play, Murder in the Royal Palace, which was Nationality: Korean.
Genre/Form: Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kang, Younghill, East goes west. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, (OCoLC) East Goes West by Younghill Kang () The Hanging on Union Square by H.
Tsiang () "A wonderfully resplendent evocation of a newcomer's America" (Chang-rae Lee, author of Native Speaker) by the father of Korean American literature. East Goes West The Making of an Oriental Yankee.
Published by Kaya/Muae. By Younghill Kang. This is a new edition of a classic and long unavailable text by Younghill Kang, the first Korean-American novelist. Younghill Kang was born in in what is now North Korea and arrived in New York in East goes West history of the Craft-Hill-Harris and DeShazer-Faubion-Douglass-Howlett families by Alta DeShazer Craft.
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Thoroughly delightful account of the adventures of a Chinese youth in the process of becoming Americanized. He fled from home to escape marrying the girl of his parents' choice, and with eagerness tried to take in all New York in a gulp.
A zestful and entertaining tale it is, with trials told as adventure, with a refreshing candor as to his own naivete. East Goes West: History of the Craft-Hill-Harris and DeShazer-Faubion-Douglass-Howlett Families Alta DeShazer Craft, George Washington Craft A.D.
Craft, - pages. Fiction. Asian-American Studies. "EAST GOES WEST is a stunning testament to Younghill Kang's indomitable spirit, his perspicacious eye, and his special mirth.
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more. Febru - Monday - pm - Drop in Monday Meditations - with Timothy. East Goes West: The Making of an Oriental Yankee is one of the best novels of the immigrant experience to come along in years, despite the fact that it was originally written in Sixty years later, Younghill Kang’s novel of a Korean immigrant’s arrival in America and his struggle to find a place in society despite discrimination is as relevant as : Leza Lowitz.
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