A gesture life

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Granta, Feb 3, 2000 - Fiction - 368 pages
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http://A Gesture Life is another book that was really hard to get into, but the patience paid off. If it hadn't been a book group selection, I might not have stuck with it. Franklin Hata was a man who ... Read full review

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I always love Chang-rae Lee's characters. I feel like he allows us to see them from so many different angles that we come to really know them. I heard the author speak recently, and he talked about ... Read full review


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Chang-Rae Lee was born in Korea and moved to the United States when he was a small child. He later attended Yale University and is currently a professor at the University of Oregon. Lee became the first Korean-American novelist to be published by notable American press with his novel, Native Speaker. The novel was awarded the Heminway Foundation PEN Award.

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