The journey to the self A study of the women characters in the select novels of Pearl S Buck and Amy Tan, G Lyngdoh

Tags: Pearl S. Buck, Print, Amy Tan, New York, Chinese Women, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Washington Square Press, Maxine Hong Kingston, Greenwood Press, London, China Men, Web, American Studies International, Mario Vargas Llosas El Hablador, Gioconda Bellis La Mujer Habitada, The Joy Luck Club, Free Press, China, Stuart Hall, Feminist Literary Theory, Homi Bhabha, Stranger than Fiction, John Day
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