Chang-Rae Lee's award-winning novel Native Speaker tells the story of Henry Park, a first generation Korean American struggling to align his parents' culture and heritage with his own less-traditional experiences. To complicate matters, Henry works for an agency that spies on immigrants by employing people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds. Henry is tasked with a new assignment - spying on a Korean American politician - and begins to question who he is and who he wants to be.
by Chang-rae Lee
Chang-rae Lee was born in South Korea in 1965 and immigrated to the United States when he was three years old. He and his family lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a...