Additional Resources for Immigration Blues by Bienvenido Santos

Bienvenido Santos
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Alegre, Edilberto N., and Doreen G. Fernandez, Writers and Their Milieu: An Oral History of First Generation Writers in English, De La Salle University Press, 1984.

This book contains a wide-ranging interview with Santos in which he discusses his career and his creative methods.

Campomanes, Oscar V., "Filipinos in the United States and Their Literature of Exile," in Reading the Literatures of Asian America, edited by Shirley Geok-Lin Lim and Amy Ling, Temple University Press, 1992, pp. 49-78.

This scholarly article examines themes of exile, identity, and language in the literature of Filipino Americans. It includes a discussion of Santos's work, including his short stories.

Casper, Leonard, New Writing from the Philippines: A Critique and Anthology, Syracuse University Press, 1966, pp. 127-33.

Casper provides an appreciative discussion of Santos's short stories, mainly those that record the disillusioning post-World War II return to Manila of many Filipino Americans.

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