"A young, mixed-race composer, raised without meaningful connections to his Chinese heritage and struggling with identity issues, travels to China in search of his long-missing uncle. An Idea About My Dead Uncle is about the identities we choose and the ones that are imposed on us. It is about being on the outside looking in. It is about dealing with pain through the artistic process. It is about delusion and healing. It is about the power of narrative."-- Provided by publisher.
On-line resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 13, 2019)