Chang-rae Lee

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Korean-American novelist and Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University

Chang-rae Lee on KCRW

The possibility of a romantic adventure novel written in the repressive language of a dictatorship like China's would be entirely heartbreaking if it weren’t so funny.

Chang-rae Lee: On Such a Full Sea

The possibility of a romantic adventure novel written in the repressive language of a dictatorship like China's would be entirely heartbreaking if it weren’t so funny.

from Bookworm

Author Chang-Rae Lee's new book,  On Such a Full Sea , imagines a world when the rich have totally segregated themselves and everyone else is on their own.

Chang-Rae Lee: The Future of Rich and Poor?

Author Chang-Rae Lee's new book, On Such a Full Sea , imagines a world when the rich have totally segregated themselves and everyone else is on their own.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Surrendered (Riverhead) 
 Renowned for his novels about repressed, withdrawn characters, Chang-rae Lee new novel explores new ground....

Chang-rae Lee: The Surrendered

The Surrendered (Riverhead) Renowned for his novels about repressed, withdrawn characters, Chang-rae Lee new novel explores new ground....

from Bookworm

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