Wah's Multicultural Heritage in "Diamond Grill" Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Wah's Multicultural Heritage in "Diamond Grill"
A look at how Fred Wah reflects on his multicultural heritage in his biofiction work, "Diamond Grill".
# 134014 | 1,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Literature (Canadian) , Sociology (Multiculturalism)


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The paper details how Fred Wah, the product of a Chinese-Scots-Irishman father born in Canada and raised in China, and a Swedish born Canadian mother from Saskatchewan, reflects on his multicultural heritage in his biofiction work, Diamond Grill. The paper shows how Wah's words and ideas challenge binaries through a deconstruction of oppositional thinking, a part of the author's own attempt to compare, contrast and assimilate the different lives that come with being part of more than one culture.

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"Fred Wah, the product of a Chinese-Scots-Irishman father born in Canada and raised in China, and a Swedish born Canadian mother from Saskatchewan, reflects on his multicultural heritage in his biofiction work, "Diamond Grill". Wah's words and ideas challenge binaries through a deconstruction of oppositional thinking, a part of the author's own attempt to compare, contrast and assimilate the different lives that come with being part of more than one culture."

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