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Sharon Hashimoto
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Galang, M. Evelina, ed., Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images, Coffee House Press, 2003.

This is a substantial anthology that explores images of Asians and Asian Americans in America, both positive and negative.

Hongo, Garrett, "Introduction: Culture Wars in Asian America," in Under Western Eyes: Personal Essays from Asian America, edited by Garrett Hongo, Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1995, pp. 1—33.

Hongo discusses the disputes that have surfaced concerning the public role of the Asian American writer on matters concerning politics, community, social justice, and the representations of Asians in mass culture.

Matsumato, Tarisa, "Family and Folktales: An Interview with Poet Sharon Hashimoto," International Examiner, February 3, 2004.

In this interview, Hashimoto talks about the autobiographical nature of many of her poems, her role as family historian, and the use she makes of Japanese folktales.

Uchida, Yoshiko, and Richard C. Jones, Dancing Kettle and Other Japanese Folk Tales, Harcourt, 1949.

Uchida was...

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