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Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders (review)

Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders (review) have preferred and been challenged by over the years, although a re- assessment today might also yield some interesting new additions to students’ preferences (xviii). A solid entry into the scholarship, while somewhat in need of an update, this anthology perhaps works best just as Wong describes: as a supplement to any contemporary, well- rounded course in Asian American Literature. r ach el n . Simon S u University of Georgia Margaret G. Frohlich, Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders Tempe: ailc Fh , 2008 Anyone approaching an emerging, yet signic fi ant, e fi ld of study greatly appreciates the presence of preexisting monographs that provide adept research into the topic. i Th s fact is true not only because of the thorough bibliographies found in the study but because of the ability of these texts to frame or guide future academic pursuit regarding a common topic. For those with interests in modern Spanish or Latin American literary studies, Margaret G. Frohlich’s Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders provides this sort of ‘laying of the land’ by employing diverse theoretical approaches to many c fi tional works within the broad, contested categories of lesbian http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Comparatist University of North Carolina Press

Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders (review)

The Comparatist , Volume 35 – Jun 15, 2011

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © Southern Comparative Literature Association.
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Abstract

have preferred and been challenged by over the years, although a re- assessment today might also yield some interesting new additions to students’ preferences (xviii). A solid entry into the scholarship, while somewhat in need of an update, this anthology perhaps works best just as Wong describes: as a supplement to any contemporary, well- rounded course in Asian American Literature. r ach el n . Simon S u University of Georgia Margaret G. Frohlich, Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders Tempe: ailc Fh , 2008 Anyone approaching an emerging, yet signic fi ant, e fi ld of study greatly appreciates the presence of preexisting monographs that provide adept research into the topic. i Th s fact is true not only because of the thorough bibliographies found in the study but because of the ability of these texts to frame or guide future academic pursuit regarding a common topic. For those with interests in modern Spanish or Latin American literary studies, Margaret G. Frohlich’s Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders provides this sort of ‘laying of the land’ by employing diverse theoretical approaches to many c fi tional works within the broad, contested categories of lesbian

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The ComparatistUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jun 15, 2011

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