|aMrs. Spring Fragrance and other writings /|cby Sui Sin Far ; edited by Amy Ling and Annette White-Parks.
|aUrbana :|bUniversity of Illinois Press,|cc1995.
|a296 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aAsian American experience
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 6-8).
|gShort fiction from Mrs. Spring Fragrance : |gfrom "Tales of Chinese children :" |tMrs. Spring Fragrance -- |tThe inferior woman -- |tThe wisdom of the new -- |t"Its wavering image" -- |tThe story of one white woman who married a Chinese -- |tHer Chinese husband -- |tThe Americanizing of Pau Tsu -- |tIn the land of the free -- |tThe Chinese lily -- |tThe smuggling of Tie Co -- |tThe God of restoration -- |tThe prize China baby -- |tLin John -- |tTian Shan's kindred spirit -- |tThe Sing Song Woman -- |tChildren of peace -- |tThe banishment of Ming and Mai -- |tThe story of a little Chinese seabird -- |tWhat about the cat? -- |tThe dreams that failed -- |tThe heart's desire -- |tMisunderstood -- |tA Chinese boy-girl -- |tPat and Pan.
|gOther writings : |gfrom the Montreal Daily Witness, 1890 and 1894. |gfrom the Dominion Illustrated, 1890 : |gfrom the Montreal Daily Star, 1895-96 : |gfrom the Los Angeles Express, 1903 : |gfrom the Chautauquan, 1905 : |gfrom the Independent (New York), 1909 and 1913 : |gfrom the Westerner (Earlington, Washington), 1909. |gfrom Good Housekeeping, 1910 : |gfrom the New England Magazine, 1910-12 : |gfrom the Boston Globe, 1912 : |tThe land of the free -- |tThe Ching Song episode -- |tA Chinese party -- |tGirl slave in Montreal -- |tSpring impressions -- |tHalf-Chinese children -- |tA plea for the Chinaman -- |tIn Los Angeles' Chinatown -- |tBetrothals in Chinatown -- |tChinatown needs a school -- |tChinatown boys and girls -- |tLeung Ki Chu and his wife -- |tChinese in business here -- |tChinese laundry checking -- |tAluteh -- |tLeaves from the mental portfolio of an Eurasian -- |tChinese workmen in America -- |tThe Chinese in America (serialization) -- |tThe sugar cane baby -- |tAn autumn fan -- |tA love story from the rice fields of China -- |tWho's game? -- |tChan Hen Yen, Chinese student -- |tSui Sin Far, the half Chinese writer, tells of her career.
|aA collection of stories on the Chinese experience in the U.S., written at the turn of the century by the daughter of a British father and a Chinese mother. The title story follows the efforts of a Chinese woman in Seattle to Americanize herself, an ambition which her compatriots find most odd.
|aSui Sin Far, |d1865-1914.|tMrs. Spring Fragrance