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Hongo, Garrett, ed., The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America, Anchor Books Doubleday, 1993.

This extensive collection of contemporary Asian-
American poetry provides an in-depth look at the experiences,
hopes, fears, and dreams shared by this
segment of the American population. It contains four
poems by Lee.



Lee, Li-Young, Book of My Nights, BOA Editions, Ltd., 2001.

This is Lee's latest collection of poems, again presenting
lyrical, free verse work that fuses memory,
family, culture, and history. The book includes four
black and white drawings from the University of
Rochester's Memorial Art Gallery.



—, Rose: Poems, BOA Editions, Ltd., 1986

This is Lee's first collection of poetry. Compared to
The City in Which I Love You, it concentrates more
heavily on the poet's relationship with his father and
the overwhelming influence the older man had on his
son.



—, The Winged Seed: A Remembrance, Simon & Schuster, 1995.

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