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  • The LeaversLisa Ko

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    2017
    LONGLISTED FOR THE 2017 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR FICTION "There was a time I would have called Lisa Ko's novel beautifully written, ambitious, and moving, and all of that is true, but it's more than that now: if you want to understand a forgotten and essential part of the world we live in, The...
  • A Person of InterestSusan Choi

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    2008
    With its propulsive drive, vividly realized characters, and profound observations about soul and society, Pulitzer Prize-finalist Susan Choi's latest novel is as thrilling as it is lyrical, and confirms her place as one of the most important novelists chronicling the American experience...
  • YellowDon Lee

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    2015
    "Elegant and engrossing...[an] unusually complete portrait of contemporary Asian America."—Los Angeles Times..."A gem....Lee has captured this truth beautifully, wisely, and with winning economy."— Cleveland Plain Dealer As the Los Angeles Times noted in its profile of the author, "few writers have...
  • Comfort WomanNora Okja Keller

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    1998
    Possessing a wisdom and maturity rarely found in a first novelist, Korean-American writer Nora Okja Keller tells a heartwrenching and enthralling tale in this, her literary debut. Comfort Woman is the story of Akiko, a Korean refugee of World War II, and Beccah, her daughter by an American...
  • For NirvanaOh-hyun Cho

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    2016
    Cho Oh-Hyun was born in Miryang, South Gyeongsang Province, Korea and has lived in retreat in the mountains since becoming a novice monk at the age of seven. Writing under the Buddhist name Musan, he has composed hundreds of poems in seclusion, many in the sijo form, a relatively fixed syllabic...
  • A Gesture LifeChang-Rae Lee

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    2000
    The second novel from the critically acclaimed New York Times –bestselling author Chang-rae Lee. His remarkable debut novel was called "rapturous" ( The New York Times Book Review), "revelatory" ( Vogue ), and "wholly innovative" ( Kirkus Reviews ). It was the recipient of six major awards,...
  • Native SpeakerChang-Rae Lee

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    1996
    The debut novel from critically-acclaimed and New York Times–bestselling author of On Such a Full Sea. In Native Speaker , author Chang-rae Lee introduces readers to Henry Park. Park has spent his entire life trying to become a true American—a native speaker. But even as the essence of his adopted...
  • On Such a Full SeaChang-Rae Lee

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    2014
    "Watching a talented writer take a risk is one of the pleasures of devoted reading, and On Such a Full Sea provides all that and more. . . . With On Such a Full Sea , [Chang-rae Lee] has found a new way to explore his old preoccupation: the oft-told tale of the desperate, betraying, lonely human...
  • North StationSuah Bae

    "Bae dissolves conventional ¬linear narrative, as though it were impossible for cause and effect to exist concurrently with such repression." —Joanna Walsh, The National A writer struggles to come to terms with the death of her beloved mentor; the staging of an experimental play goes awry; time...
  • Everything AsianSung J. Woo

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    2010
    You're twelve years old. A month has passed since your Korean Air flight landed at lovely Newark Airport. Your fifteen-year-old sister is miserable. Your mother isn't exactly happy, either. You're seeing your father for the first time in five years, and although he's nice enough, he might be, well...
  • Long for This WorldSonya Chung

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    2010
    Pushcart Prize nominee Sonya Chung has displayed her stunning talent in her award-winning short fiction and essays. Now, she renders the compelling story of a troubled family straddling cultures, fleeing and searching, in her piercing and profoundly humane first novel. In 1953, on a small island in...
  • Secondhand WorldKatherine Min

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    2008
    Isadora Myung Hee Sohn--Isa--has just spent ninety-five days in a pediatric burn unit in Albany, New York, recovering from the fire that burned her house and killed her parents. Moving back in time, Secondhand World casts a devastating spell, revealing the circumstances that led to the fire...

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