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Sue (Suji) Kwock Kim
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Doran, Geri, Resin: Poems, Louisiana State University Press, 2005.

Doran's collection is the 2004 winner of the Walt Whitman Award and contains poems of grief, struggle, and perseverance. She visits the devastation of such places as Chechnya and Rwanda, bringing the pain of modern history to her poetry.

Kerber, Linda K., and Jane Sherron De Hart, eds., Women's America: Refocusing the Past, Oxford University Press, 2003.

In this widely consulted anthology of women's history in America, Kerber and De Hart offer almost one hundred essays and documents relating the events and experiences of this particular historical perspective. The editors include selections that give insight into a wide range of experiences from colonial to modern times and include factors such as race and class.

Lim, Shirley, ed., Asian-American Literature: An Anthology, NTC, 1999.

By compiling poetry, memoirs, plays, and short stories by Asian American writers, Lim introduces readers to this...

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