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Diamond Grill Landmark Edition

This story of family and identity migration and integration culture and self discovery is told through family history memory and the occasional recipe Diamond Grill is a rich banuet wh. Timesless Classic Fred Wah sews together a patchwork of monologues consisting of faded bio fiction prose poetry memories grow

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Ere Salisbury Steak shares a menu with chicken fried rice bird’s nest soup sets the stage for Christmas plum pudding; where racism simmers behind the shiny clean surface of the actio. I have to say this book was really interesting I like the way the book was written and how it was very fragmented I found tha

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N in the cafe An exciting new edition of Fred Wah’s best selling bio fiction on the 10th anniversary of its original publication with added text and an all new afterword by the autho. Fantastic Funny and insightful An excellent book if you want to learn about multiculturalism hybridity or just laugh your ass

  • Paperback
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  • Diamond Grill Landmark Edition
  • Fred Wah
  • English
  • 06 July 2019
  • 9781897126110

About the Author: Fred Wah

Fred Wah has been involved with a number of literary magazines over the years such as Open Letter and West Coast Line Recent books are the biofiction Diamond Grill 1996 Faking It Poetics and Hybridity 2000 a collection of essays and Sentenced to Light 2008 a collection of poetic imagetext projects He splits his time between the Kootenays in southeastern BC and Vancouver



10 thoughts on “Diamond Grill Landmark Edition

  1. says:

    Maybe I'm just sick of literature Everything you read has to be such a chore It feels almost like a cruel joke sometimes We basically have a text that is non linear post modern and totally unconventional It even deploys at least for me one of the most confusing things to explain to people the family tree as central to th

  2. says:

    Every time I read a book by a 2nd generation Asian writer there is an automatic connection food and family are paramount to our understandings of our selves Wah's book is no different One uarter Chinese in this book he traces the lives of his

  3. says:

    Timesless Classic Fred Wah sews together a patchwork of monologues consisting of faded bio fiction prose poetry memories growing up mixed in a Chinese restaurant in Nelson BC One of my all time favs4life ♥How many cousins do I have I wonder Thousands maybe How could we recognize one another? Names The food the names t

  4. says:

    A brilliant and inspiring biotext about growing up a uarter Chinese in the all too homogenous interior of BC Canad

  5. says:

    Fred Wah's stories of his childhood growing up as the son of a Canadian born Chinese Scots Irishman raised in China and a Swedish born Canadian from Swift Current Wah's father ran the Diamond Grill and it provide

  6. says:

    I have to say this book was really interesting I like the way the book was written and how it was very fragmented I found that Wah kept your interest and really made an interesting story for the reader Sometimes it was annoy

  7. says:

    This is a powerful biotext about the historical effects of racism on ChineseHYPHENCanadians in Canada read Chinese Immigration Law and how the author who can visibly pass as white is affected by it in trying to define himself in his mixed heritage Set in a diner it ties in recipes which I need to try and links

  8. says:

    Fantastic Funny and insightful An excellent book if you want to learn about multiculturalism hybridity or just laugh your ass off

  9. says:

    14 A collection of poetry Diamond Grill by Fred WahList Progress 1330My reading patterns and attention span have definitely taken a hit in the midst of social distancing and my previous racing speed through my reading list slowed down a lot this month I thought that tossing in a collection of poetry would be a good way to speed things up and while I freuently enjoyed myself with Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill it had the opposite imp

  10. says:

    Very well done mostly autobiographicalfamily history Lots of excellent detail about growing up in a small town BC restaurant as a racially mixed kidteen not very much about his adulthood but includes his parents and a bit about his g

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