Ausra Paulauskiene's ebook misplaced and located: the invention of Lithuania in American Fiction objectives American in addition to eu students within the fields of literature, ethnic reports and immigration. the writer discovers vague texts on Lithuania and indicators Western and japanese academia to their value in addition to the explanations for his or her overlook. For the 1st time, Abraham Cahan's autobiography The schooling of Abraham Cahan and Ezra Brudno's autobiographical novel The Fugitive obtain an intensive insurance, whereas Goldie Stone's My Caravan of Years and Margaret Seebach's That guy Donaleitis (sic) obtain their first scholarly attention ever. the writer argues that misrepresentations, misattributions and exclusions of Lithuanian legacy within the U.S. have been produced via significant political occasions of the 20th century.
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