Bridging cultures

the migrant Philippine woman in the works of Jessica Hagedorn, Fatima Lim-Wilson and Sophia Romero
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by
National Commission for Culture and the Arts , Manila
Women immigrants in literature, Criticism and interpretation, Women authors, History and crticism, Filipino American authors, History and criticism, American liter
StatementHope Sabanpan-Yu
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS508.F53+
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 111 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25163311M
ISBN 139789718141793
LC Control Number2011308180

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