Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 'We Must Laugh at One Another, or Die' : Yasmine Gooneratne's 'A Change of Skies' and South Asian Migrant Identities
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Change, Conflict and Convergence in Pursuit of Identity : Yasmine Gooneratne's A Change of Skies Tara Senanayake , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Change - Conflict and Convergence : Austral-Asian Scenarios 2010; (p. 140-150)
'The focus of this study will be the manner in which identity is negotiated in Yasmine Gooneratne's first novel A Change of Skies. A 'migrant' or 'expatriate' writer writing from the periphery, Gooneratne tries to create her own postcolonial identity through her fiction...' (p.141)
Change, Conflict and Convergence in Pursuit of Identity : Yasmine Gooneratne's A Change of Skies Tara Senanayake , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Change - Conflict and Convergence : Austral-Asian Scenarios 2010; (p. 140-150)
'The focus of this study will be the manner in which identity is negotiated in Yasmine Gooneratne's first novel A Change of Skies. A 'migrant' or 'expatriate' writer writing from the periphery, Gooneratne tries to create her own postcolonial identity through her fiction...' (p.141)
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