Krys Lee's Drifting House

Friday, May 25, 2012

Krys Lee talks about her collection of short stories, Drifting House. Her stories illuminate the Korean immigrant experience—from children escaping famine in North Korea to recent arrivals in America, whose lives play out in cramped apartments and Koreatown strip malls.


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Comments [1]

GW from Manhattan

I noticed how quickly Leonard Lopate was so quick to jump om the "forced into prostitution" cliche...
ON the other hand Korean psyche is extremely emotional and is characteristic of most north east and somewhat north central asian cultures which are related to Koreans linguistically... although its not about Koreans per se look up the chapter on Manchurian women in the Manchurian entry in wikipedia

May. 25 2012 01:32 PM

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