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By Gotanda, Philip Kan
eAudiobook. English.
Published [Venice, Calif.]: L.A. Theatre Works, 2009
Sixteen-year-old Yachiyo reluctantly leaves her impoverished parents to live with her more sophisticated relatives. Her mother hopes she will learn more...

By Valdez, Luis
eAudiobook. English.
Published [Venice, Calif.]: L.A. Theatre Works, 2007
Chicano playwright Luis Valdez masterfully uses the Sleepy Lagoon murder case to examine the Chicano zoot suit culture of the 40's. Passionate and provocative...

By Greene, Robert
eAudiobook. English.
Published [Minneapolis]: HighBridge, p2007

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2017
In a ground-breaking new analysis, Pankaj Mishra traces the tangled roots of hatreds and nationalisms across the world

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2019
A ten part series. Set in London 1850-1851 at the time of The Great Exhibition, The Doll Factory follows the story of a young woman called Iris who we...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2010
A three part series. Steve Punt presents a new three part history of the Britain that’s ubiquitous yet unashamedly uncool. Steve argues the nation’s recent...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2010
Written by Anton Chekhov and translated by Sasha Dugdale. A new production of Chekhov’s timeless study of a Russian aristocratic family forced to sell...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2019
Kerry Hudson is an award-winning novelist, with a love of travel, art, music and culture. Yet her life was not always like this, as she spent most of...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: New Writing North
Award-winning poet Andrew McMillan takes a deeper look at the poetry of the North, as part of Rich Seams, a podcast series celebrating the best of new...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: Guardian
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