Black Heron Press, 2009/08/01 - 315 ページ
[i]Crossings[/i] takes an unflinching look at the lives of Korean immigrants, legal and illegal, in the San Francisco Bay Area. This novel centers on Sam, a widower, who finds himself in debt to a local gangster and Unha, an illegal immigrant working at a nightclub. Intertwined with their lives are the lives of other characters-family members, other immigrants, gangsters. Together they form a portrait of a community struggling to better itself. When Unha rebels against the stringent demands placed on her, she is kidnapped and and trafficked into prostitution and Sam is determined to save her.An ensemble novel, [i]Crossings[/i] is a mosaic of stories about the American dream.
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Review: Crossingsユーザー レビュー - Patrick O'Neil - Goodreads
Leonard Chang's Crossings has a simple beginning. A premise that has potential, although nothing out of the ordinary, nothing to warn you of things to come. There's characters you care about, there's ... レビュー全文を読む