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Publisher : Zen Cho
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ISBN 10 : 9781476177670
Pages : 85 pages
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Download or read book The Perilous Life of Jade Yeo written by Zen Cho and published by Zen Cho. This book was released on 2012-05-30 with total page 85 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "Effervescent and sparkling like Champagne ... " - For writer Jade Yeo, the Roaring Twenties are coming in with more of a purr -- until she pillories London's best-known author in a scathing review. Sebastian Hardie is tall, dark and handsome -- and more intrigued than annoyed. Jade is irresistibly drawn to the prospect of adventure he offers. But if she succumbs to temptation, she risks losing her hard-won freedom -- and her best chance for love. The Perilous Life of Jade Yeo is a 23,000-word historical romance novella.

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Publisher : Springer Nature
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ISBN 10 : 9789811650215
Pages : 216 pages
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Download or read book Reading Malaysian Literature in English written by Mohammad A. Quayum and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2021-11-18 with total page 216 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book brings together fourteen articles by prominent critics of Malaysian Anglophone literature from five different countries: Australia, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, and the US. It investigates the thematic and stylistic trends in the literary products of selected writers of the tradition in the genres of drama, fiction, and poetry, from its beginnings to the present, focusing mainly on the postcolonial themes of ethnicity, gender, diaspora, and nationalism, which are central to the creativity and imagination of these writers. The book explores the works of not just the established writers of the tradition but also those who have received little critical attention to date but who are equally gifted, such as Adibah Amin, Edward Dorall, Rehaman Rashid, and Huzir Suleiman. The chapters collectively address the challenges and achievements of writers in the English language in a country where English is widely used in daily life and yet marginalised in the creative domain to elevate the status of writings in the national language, i.e., Bahasa Malaysia. The book will demonstrate that in spite of such recurrent neglect of the medium, Malaysia has produced a number of outstanding writers in the language, who are comparable in creativity and craftsmanship to writers of other Anglophone traditions. The book will be of interest to readers and researchers of Malaysian literature, postcolonial literatures, minority literatures, gender studies, and Southeast Asian studies.