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Yuemin He

century among the Chinese immigrants in New York’s Chinatown, I illustrate that—despite being labeled by critic Michael Yatron as an incorrigible “nay-sayer,” who used “Oliver Goldsmith’s device of having a Chinese comment upon an Anglo-American civilization” (90)—Masters is a prescient poet. He displays

“A Congeries of Lichee Nuts for America: Chinese Religion in Edgar Lee Masters’s New York Chinatown Poetry Collection.” See He. “A Nuclear Rapture: The Apocalyptic Art of Kenny Scharf.” See Phillips. “A Post-Metaphysical Turn: Contingency and Givenness in the Early Work of Dan Flavin (1959

Andrea Couture

traditional oxidized sculpture, holds artist tools in his many arms, debunking artmaking as religious activity. While in “Miss Chinatown” ( fi g. 8), an acrylic on linen of 1992, Martin Wong recollects his nightclub entertainer aunt and the environ- ment of her performances that persist in restaurants to this

Jason M. Silverman

Ossard Productions, 2001. Bowling for Columbine . Dir. Michael Moore. USA, Alliance Atlantis, 2001. Casablanca . Dir. Michael Curtiz. USA, Warner Brothers, 1942. Chinatown . Dir. Roman Polanski. USA, Paramount, 1974. Citizen Kane. Dir. Orson Welles. USA, RKO, 1941. El Mariachi . Dir. Robert Rodriquez