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Native Speaker

Chang-rae Lee

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ISBN 10: 1573225312 / ISBN 13: 9781573225311
Published by Riverhead Books, 1996
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Title: Native Speaker

Publisher: Riverhead Books

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Edition: Reprint.

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[ { By Lee, Chang-Rae ( Author ) NATIVE SPEAKER Mar-01-1996 Paperback } ]

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"One of the year''s most provocative and deeply felt first novels...a searing portrait of the immigrant experience."—Vanity Fair
"With echoes of Ralph Ellison, Chang-rae Lee''s extraordinary debut speaks for another kind of invisible man: the Asian immigrant in America...a revelatory work of fiction."—Vogue
"The prose Lee writes is elliptical, riddling, poetic, often beautifully made."—The New Yorker
"Deft, delicate...The book''s narrative is lyrical, its plot compelling...The novel''s interwoven plots and themes, its slew of singular characters, and Henry''s ongoing recollections and reflections are rich and enticing."—Boston Globe
"A tender meditation on love, loss, and family."—The New York Times Book Review
"One of the year's most provocative and deeply felt first novels...a searing portrait of the immigrant experience."—Vanity Fair

"With echoes of Ralph Ellison, Chang-rae Lee's extraordinary debut speaks for another kind of invisible man: the Asian immigrant in America...a revelatory work of fiction."—Vogue

"The prose Lee writes is elliptical, riddling, poetic, often beautifully made."—The New Yorker

"Deft, delicate...The book's narrative is lyrical, its plot compelling...The novel's interwoven plots and themes, its slew of singular characters, and Henry's ongoing recollections and reflections are rich and enticing."—Boston Globe

"A tender meditation on love, loss, and family."—The New York Times Book Review

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