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by Elaine Yee Lin Ho

eBook Timothy Mo (Contemporary World Writers) download ISBN: 0719053897
Author: Elaine Yee Lin Ho
Publisher: Manchester University Press (January 6, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1453 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Beginning with "The Monkey King" and "Sour Sweet, " Timothy Mo has extended his fictional compass, in four other novels, to societies and cultures far beyond his Anglo-Chinese and Hong Kong origins. This is the first book-length study of the novelist.

Beginning with "The Monkey King" and "Sour Sweet, " Timothy Mo has extended his fictional compass, in four other novels, to societies and cultures far beyond his Anglo-Chinese and Hong Kong origins. This study explores the interconnections of the British, Chinese, and the trans-ethnic and trans-national aspects of Mo's imagination.

Timothy Mo (Contemporary World Writers). 0719053897 (ISBN13: 9780719053894).

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by Elaine Yee Lin Ho. Earlier and recent scholarship have shown how narratives . Earlier and recent scholarship have shown how narratives of childhood, as told from adult or children's perspectives, are differently related to self and cultural identifications. This essay posits that literary studies at the University of Hong Kong during the cold war 1950s exemplify how English as an academic subject is transmuted through the peripheral voices that engage with metropolitan literature.

That Timothy Peter Mo is one of the most highly regarded of contemporary British novelists is supported by the prestigious honors bestowed upon his work, beginning with his first novel

That Timothy Peter Mo is one of the most highly regarded of contemporary British novelists is supported by the prestigious honors bestowed upon his work, beginning with his first novel. Like its prototypical hero, Mo is a son of mixed parentage-his mother Barbara Helena Falkingham, his father Peter Mo Wan Lung. Its focus is the cultural clash between East and West. Also marked by division is the author’s perspective, which falls between an ironic appraisal of human failing and a sympathy, even admiration, for the courage and resourcefulness of his main characters in coping with a world that is to them, in many respects, a foreign one.

The Redundancy of Courage is a novel by Timothy Mo published in 1991. It is set in the fictitious country of Danu in Southeast Asia, which is based on East Timor. Elaine Yee Lin Ho (2000). Timothy Mo. Manchester University Press. It is narrated by Adolph Ng, an ethnic Chinese businessman educated in Canada  . p. xii. ^ Nicholas Jose (1995).

Timothy Peter Mo (born 30 December 1950) is a British novelist. Born to a British mother and a Hong Kong father, Mo lived in Hong Kong until the age of 10, when he moved to Britain. Educated at Mill Hill School and St John's College, Oxford, Mo worked as a journalist before becoming a novelist. His works have won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, the Hawthornden Prize, and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize (for fiction), and three of his novels were shortlisted for the Booker Prize for Fiction

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Beginning with The Monkey King and Sour Sweet, Timothy Mo has extended his fictional compass, in four other novels, to societies and cultures far beyond his Anglo-Chinese and Hong Kong origins. This is the first book-length study of the novelist. This study explores the interconnections of the British, Chinese, and the trans-ethnic and trans-national aspects of Mo’s imagination. Drawing upon a wide range of scholarly, critical, and journalistic material, it deals with Mo’s artistry as well as his controversial statements and actions in the public domain.