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Book Review of Matthew Salesses’ “The Hundred Year Flood”
Book Review of Krys Lee’s “Drifting House”
Krys Lee's lyrical collection of stories resists being summarized and remains memorable after reading.
Racial Asymmetries: Asian American Fictional Worlds, by Stephen Sohn
Literature Review from ENTROPY, by Peter Tieryas Liu.
Modern Korean Literature, Peter H. Lee
Translations of contemporary (up to 1990)
A Gesture Life by Chang-rae Lee
Rich language describes a Korean-Japanese-American former WWII medic living quietly in Connecticut in a small provincial town.
Native Speaker by Chang-rae Lee
Part mystery, part spy story, part immigrant experience, the story examines the character and identity of Henry Park.
Turn to the East, by Caroline Singer and C. Le Roy Baldridge
As a piece of "living history,"
The Korean Americans, by Brian Lehrer (The Immigrant Experience series)
A middle-grade book that appears to be part of a series on the immigrant experience.
I Married a Korean by Agnes Davis Kim
My family knew Agnes Davis Kim as "Auntie Agnes,"
Forgotten Country by Catherine Chung
Catherine Chung's acclaimed debut novel