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From the Publisher"This book offers a rich and thought-provoking engagement with this concept, raising the fundamental question of what 'global Chinese literature' means and what is at stake in naming it Sinophone...this is the first sustained effort to open up the Sinophone to multiple understandings."
Paola Iovene, University of Chicago, The China Journal, No. 69 (January 2013).
"This edited volume is a timely collection of essays on a significant question in China studies: how to categorise and theorise about literature (and creative texts in other media) produced outside the boundaries of Mainland China in the Chinese language or in other languages by ethnic Chinese writers."
Yiyan Wang, Victoria University of Wellington, Asian Studies Review Vol. 37, No.1 (2013)
"This thought-provoking anthology has opened up many fascinating questions[...] anyone who is interested in the interplay between language, ethnicity and identity should not miss it."
Zhengdao Ye, The Australian National University, New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 13.2 (December 2011)