The Surrendered

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Chang-Rae Lee discusses his latest novel The Surrendered. Lee weaves together a story of three people in the aftermath of the Korean War, and he weaves a profound meditation on the nature of heroism and sacrifice, the power of love, and the possibilities for mercy, salvation, and surrendering oneself to another.


Chang-Rae Lee
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Comments [2]


Sounds like the city/town mentioned is Ilion, NY,_New_York

Mar. 21 2010 06:43 PM

Did I just hear you say there is an Illium, NY? Despite what Kurt Vonnegut says - I'm pretty sure there isn't. There _IS_ a Troy, NY, however.

Mar. 09 2010 01:17 PM

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