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Theatres of Accumulation by T.G. McGee, Warwick Armstrong

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Introduction

For the last few years the weekly journal Asiaweek has sponsored a short story competition for Asian writers which has produced some excellent entries. The runner-up in 1982 was a short story entitled ‘Mr Tang’s Girls’, by Shirley Geok-lin Lim, a Malaysian.1 The plot of the story revolves around Mr Tang’s second family (wife, four daughters ...

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