01659nam a2200397 a 4500001001200000003000600012005001700018008004100035010001600076015001900092016001800111020002200129020002500151035002000176035002000196035001900216040007800235042000800313043002100321049000900342050002700351082001500378100002000393245003700413250003300450260004700483300002100530520044000551590002800991590001101019650003101030650003601061651003001097994001201127999012201139ocm38863471OCoLC20090416070200.0980328t19961995nyu 000 f eng c a 94032241 aGBA5600212bnb7 a0132546472Uk a1573225312 (pbk.) a9781573225311 (pbk.) a(Sirsi) a155677 a(OCoLC)38863471 a(Sirsi) 250079 aSNHcSNHdOCLdIQUdXY4dOCLCQdOCLdUKMdBAKERdYDXCPdOCLCQdBTCTAdNVS apcc an-us---an-us-ny aNVSS 4aPS3562.E3347bN38 199604a813.542221 aLee, Chang-Rae.10aNative speaker /cChang-rae Lee. a1st Riverhead trade pbk. ed. aNew York :bRiverhead Books,c1996, c1995. a349 p. ;c21 cm. aKorean-American Henry Park is a "surreptitious, B+ student of life, illegal alien, emotional alien, yellow peril: neo-American, stranger, follower, traitor, spy ..." or so says his wife, in the list she writes upon leaving him. Henry is forever uncertain of his place, a perpetual outsider looking at American culture from a distance. As a man of two worlds, he is beginning to fear that he has betrayed both -- and belongs to neither. aBT 2-10-09 12.90 ftu ny zStacks 0aKorean AmericansvFiction. 0aAlienszUnited StatesvFiction. 0aNew York (N.Y.)vFiction. aC0bNVS aPS3562.E3347 N38 1996wLCc1iB002726848d12/12/2014f5/23/2018g3lSTACKS3mMAINn1p$15.00q4rYsYtBOOKu2/4/2009