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Dogeaters, Jessica Hagedorn Interview With Danger and Beauty

Dogeaters, Jessica Hagedorn Interview With Danger and Beauty

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Published by Amer Audio Prose Library Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Literary,
  • Audio Adult: Other

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio cassette
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8595788M
    ISBN 101556444044
    ISBN 109781556444043
    OCLC/WorldCa32975396

      Part 1 of 2 Original Air Date: 10/2/ Under the direction of Jon Lawrence Rivera, talented Fil-Am actors act out scenes from Jessica Hagedorn's critically-acclaimed play (based on . Dogeaters is Jessica Hagedorn’s first novel. The author returned to her native Philippines in to write the work, and it was published in when it received the American Book Award from the Before Columbus novel reflects the eclectic life of its author whose experiences have included acting, singing, songwriting, and writing poetry, drama, and the most part.

    Tour-de-force debut novel by performance artist and small, press author Hagedorn: a kaleidoscopic view of Manila society—high and low—in which sad and sordid realities are tempered by humor and immense vitality. In Hagedorn's dizzying tour of Manila—presented through a range of voices and points of view—Filipinos insult one another with the epithet ""dogeater"" or the command ""Go back. By naming her novel Dogeaters, the pejorative for Filipino coined by Americans to make fun of the natives who often served up dogs the way one serves chickens and pigs, Jessica Hagedorn anounced her no-holds-barred fictional appraisal of the land of her birth examined every strata of its society and put everything on the table, including bits and pieces like the dog eating days that.

    ;Her first novel, Dogeaters, published in , received the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation, and was a finalist for the National Book Award. In addition to Dogeaters, Jessica Hagedorn's books include a collection of poetry and short prose, Danger and Beauty, which combines the work from two previously published.   Interview with Jessica Hagedorn (via email) Nizhen Hsieh. 8/8/ Introduction Jessica Hagedorn Jessica Hagedorn is a widely acclaimed novelist, poet, playwright and screenwriter, as well as a National Book Award nominee. Born in and raised in the Philippines, she moved from Manila with her family to San Francisco as a teenager.


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Jessica Hagedorn's books include Dogeaters, The Gangster of Love, Dream Jungle, Danger and Beauty, Manila Noir, Burning Heart: A Portrait of the Philippines and Charlie Chan Is Dead: An Anthology Of Contemporary Asian American Fiction.

One part telenovela, one part newspaper serial, one part culture clash and one part comedy of errors, Dogeaters by Jessica Hagedorn was definitely one of the most interesting books Ive read this year.

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Dogeaters, Jessica Hagedorn Interview With Danger and BeautyAuthor: Jessica Hagedorn. Jessica Hagedorn was born and raised in the Philippines and came to the United States in her early teens.

Her novels include Toxicology, Dream Jungle, The Gangster Of Love, and Dogeaters, winner of the American Book Award and a finalist for the National Book Award.

Hagedorn is also the author of Danger And Beauty, a collection of poetry and prose, and the editor of three anthologies: Manila. Jessica Hagedorn is the author of Toxicology, Dream Jungle, The Gangster Of Love, and Dogeaters, which won the American Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award in fiction.

She is also the author of Danger and Beauty, a collection More about Jessica Hagedorn. Dogeaters is a political and historical tale of the Philippines, enacted on a world stage, whose characters are both human and symbolic. It is a spectacle, a parody, a fantasy, a farce, a roman à.

Jessica Hagedorn is the author of Toxicology, Dream Jungle, The Gangster Of Love, and Dogeaters, which won the American Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award in is also the author of Danger and Beauty, a collection of poetry and prose, and the editor of Charlie Chan Is Dead: An Anthology of Contemporary Asian American Fiction/5(48).

Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn was born (and raised) in Manila, Philippines in With her background, a Scots-Irish-French-Filipino mother and a Filipino-Spanish father with one Chinese ancestor, Hagedorn adds a unique perspective to Asian American performance and literature/5.

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by Kate DiCamillo. Fleur. by Louise Erdrich. Buy a cheap copy of Dogeaters book by Jessica Hagedorn. As sharp and fast as a street boy's razor (The New York Times Book Review), Dogeaters is an intense fictional portrayal of Manila in the heyday of Marcos, the Free shipping over $/5(5).

Review: Dogeaters by Jessica Hagedorn (Hungry Mind Review Number 14 May-June, ) Hagedorn's polemical anti-novel novel is a tough, mean-tasting book that wants to be honest about political corruption but is so single-minded and narrow-voiced that it cannot.

I want to say good things about such experimental fiction, its brashness, its. Jessica Hagedorn was born and raised in the Philippines and came to the United States in her early teens. Her novels include Toxicology, Dream Jungle, The Gangster Of Love, and Dogeaters, winner of the American Book Award and a finalist for the National Book is also the author of Danger And Beauty, a collection of poetry and prose, and the editor of three anthologies: Manila Noir 2/5(1).

Jessica Hagedorn is a Filipino author, poet, playwright, and a multimedia artist, born in the Philippines and migrated to the United States.

She has written five novels Toxicology, Danger and Beauty, Dream Jungle, Gangsters of Love, and Dogeaters, and won the American Award and was a finalist for the National Book : Rachel Egoian. Dogeaters, by Jessica Hagedorn. In Dogeaters, there is no middle class — only the extremely rich and the extremely poor.

The book, set in the. Dogeaters by Jessica Hagedorn available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. "As sharp and fast as a street boy's razor a rich small feast of a book."- Author: Jessica Hagedorn. Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters is a play in two acts that deals with the brutal suppression of political opposition to Ferdinand Marcos's government in the Philippines, as framed against the first Manila International Film Festival.

Hagedorn playfully rearranges historical events and presents the harrowing and tragic narrative as a radio soap opera. first book of poems inwhen she was only twenty.

Hagedorn continued writing poetry; Third World Women in the early s, Dangerous Music and Danger and Beauty while she was the lead singer and songwriter for the performance rock group, The West Coast Gangster Choir (later reformed to simply The Gangster Choir).

Biography 1 Jessica Hagedorn. Jessica Hagedorn is a performance artist, poet, novelist and playwright, born and raised in the Philippines. Her novels include Dogeaters (Penguin ) which was nominated for a National Book Award and The Gangster of Love (Penguin ); a short story collection, Danger and 4/5(1).

Jessica Hagedorn has transformed her bestselling novel about the Philippines during the reign of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos into an equally powerful theatrical piece that is a multi-layered tour de force. As Harold Bloom writes, Hagedorn expresses the conflicts experienced by Asian immigrants caught between cultures she takes aim at racism in the U.S.

and develops in her dramas the 4/5(1). Jessica Hagedorn is an acclaimed novelist and National Book Award nominee, as well as a poet, playwright, and screenwriter. She was born and raised in the Philippines, and moved to the United States in her teens.

She is the author of three novels, Dream Jungle, The Gang-ster of Love, and Dogeaters, and of Danger and Beauty, a collection.Biography. Hagedorn was born in Manila to a Scots-Irish-French-Filipino mother and a Filipino-Spanish father with one Chinese ancestor.

Moving to San Francisco inHagedorn received her education at the American Conservatory Theater training program. To further pursue playwriting and music, she moved to New York City in Joseph Papp produced her first play Mango Tango in Born:Manila, Philippines.An Interview with Jessica Hagedorn An Interview with Jessica Hagedorn Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata Jessica Hagedorn f Karen Dacker At the age of 14 she moved from Manila to San Francisco, were she became a protege of poet and translator Kenneth Rexroth.

Hagedorn's work includes poetry, prose, performance art, and music.