CHANG-RAE LEE IS a Korean-American author who writes what he knows – his first two novels, Native Speaker (1996) and A Gesture Life (2000), dealt with cultural identity among Asian Americans. They won him literary accolades in the United States and inclusion in the New Yorker’s list of twenty notable writers under forty.
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