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Charlie Chan #7
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Some modern critics, particularly East Asian-Americans, dismiss the Charlie Chan character as "bovine" and "asexual",[58] allowing "white America [to be] securely indifferent about us as men."[59] Charlie Chan's good qualities are the product of what Frank Chin and Jeffery Chan call "racist love", arguing that Chan is a model minority and "kissass".[60] Fletcher Chan, however, argues that the Chan of Biggers's novels is not subservient to white characters, citing The Chinese Parrot as an example; in this novel, Chan's eyes blaze with anger at racist remarks and in the end, after exposing the murderer, Chan remarks "Perhaps listening to a 'Chinaman' is no disgrace."[61] In the films, both Charlie Chan in London (1934) and Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) "contain scenes in which Chan coolly and wittily dispatches other characters' racist remarks."[17] Yunte Huang manifests an ambivalent attitude, stating that in the USA, Chan "epitomizes the racist heritage and the creative genius of this nations culture."[62] Huang also suggests that critics of Charlie Chan may have themselves, at times, "caricatured" Chan himself.[63]Chan, Jachinson (2001)The title character bears some resemblance to the Warner Oland depiction of Charlie Chan^ Mitchell (1999), xxvThe character was not central to the novel and was not mentioned by name on the dust jacket of the first edition.[6] In the novel, Chan is described as walking with "the light dainty step of a woman"[7] and as being "very fat indeed an undistinguished figure in his Western clothes."[8] According to critic Sandra Hawley, this description of Chan allows Biggers to portray the character as nonthreatening, the opposite of evil Chinese characters, such as Fu Manchu, while simultaneously emphasizing supposedly Chinese characteristics such as impassivity and stoicismWas this review helpful to you? Yes No Review this title See all 27 user reviews Getting Started Contributor Zone Contribute to This Page Edit page Write review Create a character page for: Al Hogan Randolph MrsThe Columbia documentary history of the Asian American experience

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