My Year Abroad: Chang-rae Lee explores what it means to feel like an outsider in an adopted country

//My Year Abroad: Chang-rae Lee explores what it means to feel like an outsider in an adopted country

My Year Abroad: Chang-rae Lee explores what it means to feel like an outsider in an adopted country

My Year Abroad by Chang-rae Lee, Riverhead BooksChang-rae Lee’s latest novel, My Year Abroad, is part-bildungsroman and part-shaggy dog story, a great big novel overflowing with eating, multilingual phrases (including Mandarin, Korean, even Yiddish), the finer points of fast food and high-cuisine, references to German and Japanese knife-making, boating, etymology, more eating, surfing, pop psych, mall architecture, Chinese environmental regulation, scuba diving, drugs, dog sledding and still…

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