Articles tagged The Pronoun
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Fruits of the Future

By Ly Thuy Nguyen | March 21, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Not an assumption; not a name you learned to remember, not a fleshy shape or a face you already recognized

Does a face need a mask?

By Norman Erikson Pasaribu and Tiffany Tsao | March 20, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

In English, you choose to be gender-neutral. In Indonesian, it’s a gift from the language.

Safe sex and Exile | Tình dục an toàn và Lưu vong

By Vũ Thành Sơn and Kaitlin Rees | March 19, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Bạn sẽ gọi quê hương bằng một đại từ nào? Tôi sẽ gọi đó là một ám ảnh | What pronoun would you use to call your birthsoil? I would call it a haunting

Echoes of I [ ] 我: On translating the space between subjects

By Mu Dan and Emily Goedde | March 15, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

A changing consciousness within Mu Dan’s poetry stirs a listening in his translator

Some Quiet Conversation

By Dominic Sy | March 14, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

By what divine aberration did our souls divide into two, unaware of the splitting?

Everyone is here but the one who matters

By Li Qingzhao and Jenn Marie Nunes | March 13, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

夜來沉醉卸妝遲 || With night you sink drunk slow to undo/ your hair

Heart’s Exile, Day Forty-Seven | 심장의 유배, 마흔이레

By Kim Hyesoon and Don Mee Choi | March 12, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Can I call my death “I”?

The First and Second I & Missing Person | Dua Aku & Orang Hilang

By Cyntha Hariadi and Norman Erikson Pasaribu | March 8, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

was it a gentle human hand, or black-furred / long-clawed

The Implicit I: Contesting Ambiguity in Korean Literature

By Sora Kim-Russell | March 7, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

How the blurring of a relationship may point to a more fertile ground lying between the lines, in which multiple desires can co-exist.

The Pronoun

By Transpacific Literary Project | March 6, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

An introduction to the folio, featuring 누가, 네, nhân vật, con, chanh, …, 그 (kû), 님 (nim), 형 (hyeong), tôi, em, chúng ta, một ám ảnh, I, [ ], [who?], 我 (wo), kau, aku, dia, ia, you, and a selfsame similarity

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