Chinese Communism, Cultural Revolution, and American Multiculturalism
The Afterword highlights the afterlives of the inter-war ethnic avant-garde, first by tracking China's rise as a new revolutionary center which attracted a new generation of leftists. I then show how Karen Tei Yamashita's 2010 novel "I Hotel"--which captures this turn to China--resuscitates many of the features of the inter-war ethnic avant-garde, adding to it a host of formal innovations, as well as heightened emphases on local resistance and gender equality.
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