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The City in Which I Love You (1990) is Lee's second collection of poems and has been warmly received by critics and reviewers.

In his most recent collection of poems, Book of My Nights (2001), Lee continues to explore his memories of his father and other family members.

Essays in An Interethnic Companion to Asian American Literature (1997), edited by King- Kok Cheung, provide a useful introduction to the authors and themes of Asian-American writers, including Lee.

Cynthia Sau-Ling Wong has also written Reading Asian-American Literature (1993), a more comprehensive approach to Asian-American literature.

For readers who want to sample Asian- American fiction, the following anthologies offer a range of voices and subject matter: The Big Aiiieeeee!: An Anthology of Chinese American and Japanese American Literature (1991), edited by Jeffery Paul Chan et al., and Charlie Chan Is Dead: An Anthology of Contemporary Asian American Fiction, edited by Jessica Hagedorn...

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