by Jennifer S. Cheng
Omnidawn, 2016
Paper: 978-1-63243-023-6
Library of Congress Classification PS3603.H4598A6 2016
Dewey Decimal Classification 811.6

House A investigates the tones and textures of immigrant home-building by asking: How is the body inscribed with a cosmology of home, and vice versa? With evocative and intellectual precision, House A weaves personal, discursive, and lyrical textures to invoke the immersive-obscured experience of an immigrant home’s entanglement while mapping a new poetics of American Home, steeped in longing and rooted by displacement.

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