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Full of tales about women at a point of change—Li Li is pregnant, alone, and frightened; Gladys plots revenge against a racist neighbor; Margret doesn't know if she can tell her mother that she is a lesbian—this collection of stories deals with themes of hybridity from distinctive angles that include ethnicity and sexual orientation. Focused on the Chinese diaspora within ...more
Paperback, 140 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Peepal Tree Press Ltd. (first published 1996)
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