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Don Lee’s ‘The Collective’ surprises, dispels stereotypes

Don Lee’s ‘The Collective’ surprises, dispels stereotypes

Bruce Fulton August 7, 2015 1

"Lee has taken a well-worn topic—“the way we were” in college and the years immediately after—but begins the novel at the chronological end of the story, with the suicide of one of the protagonists,

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Kim Young-ha continues to develop in ‘Black Flower’

Kim Young-ha continues to develop in ‘Black Flower’

Bruce Fulton December 21, 2014 0

Lost in translation

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Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut: To never know is a different kind of loss

Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut: To never know is a different kind of loss

Bruce Fulton November 26, 2014 0

An extended dialogue

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Three Friends and the Collusion of Culture

Three Friends and the Collusion of Culture

Bruce Fulton August 7, 2013 1

Don Lee has set himself a daunting task in this, the successor to his Edgar Prize-winning “Country of Origin” and his second novel, “Wrack & Ruin.” He utilizes a well-worn topic —“the way we

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My Korean Deli: Risking It All for a Convenience Store

Bruce Fulton August 1, 2012 0

First, a few words on what this book is not: It’s not a memoir, it’s not a compilation of generalizations about the Korean immigrant experience, and it’s not self-selling (self-serving?), Author’s Note protestations to

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