My America: Chang-Rae Lee

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

We've been talking with influential Americans all week about what patriotism and America means to them in a new series "My America." Today’s guest is the Pulitzer Prize-nominated novelist Chang-Rae Lee.

Lee is the author of "Native Speaker," "The Surrendered" and other novels. He immigrated to the United States from Korea with his parents when he was three years old, was raised in Westchester, New York, and currently serves as a professor of creative writing at Princeton University.


Chang-Rae Lee

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