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Mon, Jan 13, 2014 -- 10:00 AM

Writer Chang-rae Lee on Asian Identities, Assimilation and a Dystopian Future


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Chang-rae Lee
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Chang-rae Lee

Chang-rae Lee made his mark on the literary scene when he was 29 years old, with the novel "Native Speaker" about a Korean-American spy. His Korean roots and his immigrant parents' struggle for assimilation continue to play a role in his work. The Princeton creative writing professor talks about his writing, and his new dystopian novel, "On Such a Full Sea."

Host: Michael Krasny

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