|Other titles||Collection of prize-winning fiction in the PALM Council Philippine American Short Story Contest, 1989-1991|
|Statement||edited by Leonor Aureus Briscoe and Anita Merina ; with an introduction by Bienvenido N. Santos.|
|Contributions||Briscoe, Leonor Aureus.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/00426 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||96946577|
This collection of sixteen short stories brings the work of a distinguished Filipino writer to the attention of an American audience. Bienvenido N. Santos first came to the United States in , and since then, he has lived intermittently here and in the Philippines. It's my fault. It's on me that for all my glee about the "Asian American Book Club," I've under-sourced and horribly neglected outliers of the East Asian American canon. But I'm here now, and I'm shell-shocked by all I've missed. Filipino American . Filipino Writers (2) Folk Stories (53) Grade 7 (13) Grade 8 (12) Gregorio Brilliantes (1) Ilocos Region (Region I) (4) Iluminado Lucente (1) Japanese Occupation Era (1) Jose Corazon De Jesus (6) Jose . Leopoldo Yabes in his study of the Philippine short story in English from to points to these models of American fiction exerting profound influence on the early writings of story writers like .
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