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In her accomplished and engrossing first novel, the Yale-and-Georgetown-law-educated writer Min Jin Lee tells the story of an angry young …

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As a capable young woman, Casey Han felt compelled to choose respectability and success. But it was glamour and insight that she craved. …

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A conversation with Korean-American novelist Min Jin Lee. She’s getting robust praise for her debut novel “Free Food for Millionaires.”

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When stalking is the only comfort The Observer - Jun 24, 2007 Min Jin Lee explores the most fundamental crisis of immigrants’ children: how to bridge a generation gap so wide it is measured in oceans, …

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Min Jin Lee is yet another example of the lawyer-turned-writer phenomenon. This Yale alum is the author of Free Food for Millionaires, a delightful debut novel about a recent college grad trying to …

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Casey Han has just graduated from Princeton on scholarship, when a visit to her parents’ apartment turns …

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Poor people stay poor because “they spend all their money on pride.” So says one of the characters in Min Jin Lee’s expansive first novel …

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The real lessons come after college is over OCRegister - Jun 3, 2007 The first novel by Min Jin Lee ‚ a Korean immigrant who went to Yale University, looks at the precarious time after college …

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In Free Food, Lee takes exquisite look at life’s uncertainties Chronicle Journal - The Chronicle Journal - Jun 2, 2007 The first novel by Min Jin Lee - a Korean immigrant who went to Yale University - …

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In her debut novel Free Food for Millionaires, author Min Jin Lee tackles the rarely explored world of modern Asian America in novel form with familiar …

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