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Asia Literary Review

by Chris Wood | 11 December 2008
PAPERBACK
The Asia Literary Review is a new quarterly literary journal offering a window to the world on the best of Asian writing with short fiction, reportage, memoir, poetry, essays and photography. In this edition: Has the Yellow River run its course? Rob Gifford travels the length of China's troubled Mother River and lays bare its plight; Duncan Hewitt mourns the death of old Shanghai under the wrecker's hammer; Korea's former "comfort women" in poetry and photography; Nepal at the polls: Inside Asia's newest republic; Salman Rushdie on history, storytelling and his new novel "The Enchantress of Florence"; Booker Prize winner Anne Enright reflects on the writer's life; New fiction by Fan Wu, Yu Hua, Nam Le, Xu Xi, Kumkum Amin, Justin Hill, Nicholas Jose and Justin Hill; New poetry by Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Zheng Danyi, Jeongshik Min, Shirley Lee, Viki Holmes, Jerome Kugan and Jerome Kugan.
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The Asia Literary Review is a new quarterly literary journal offering a window to the world on the best of Asian writing with short fiction, reportage, memoir, poetry, essays and photography. In this edition: Has the Yellow River run its course? Rob Gifford travels the length of China's troubled Mother River and lays bare its plight; Duncan Hewitt mourns the death of old Shanghai under the wrecker's hammer; Korea's former "comfort women" in poetry and photography; Nepal at the polls: Inside Asia's newest republic; Salman Rushdie on history, storytelling and his new novel "The Enchantress of Florence"; Booker Prize winner Anne Enright reflects on the writer's life; New fiction by Fan Wu, Yu Hua, Nam Le, Xu Xi, Kumkum Amin, Justin Hill, Nicholas Jose and Justin Hill; New poetry by Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Zheng Danyi, Jeongshik Min, Shirley Lee, Viki Holmes, Jerome Kugan and Jerome Kugan.
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The Asia Literary Review is a new quarterly literary journal offering a window to the world on the best of Asian writing with short fiction, reportage, memoir, poetry, essays and photography. In this edition: Has the Yellow River run its course? Rob Gifford travels the length of China's troubled Mother River and lays bare its plight; Duncan Hewitt mourns the death of old Shanghai under the wrecker's hammer; Korea's former "comfort women" in poetry and photography; Nepal at the polls: Inside Asia's newest republic; Salman Rushdie on history, storytelling and his new novel "The Enchantress of Florence"; Booker Prize winner Anne Enright reflects on the writer's life; New fiction by Fan Wu, Yu Hua, Nam Le, Xu Xi, Kumkum Amin, Justin Hill, Nicholas Jose and Justin Hill; New poetry by Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Zheng Danyi, Jeongshik Min, Shirley Lee, Viki Holmes, Jerome Kugan and Jerome Kugan.

Product Details

Asia Literary Review

ISBN9789889966973

FormatPAPERBACK

Publisher (11 December. 2008)

No. of Pages210

Weight370

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 170 x 240