Linda Lê, who traveled at age fourteen from Saigon to France with a wave of “boat people,” is one of the leading young novelists on France’s brave new literary scene. Slander is Lê’s fifth—and most celebrated—novel.
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0-8032- 2913-5, paper 0-8032-7963-9): Là's fifth novel but first to be translated into English: a tense, bitter portrayal of a Vietnamese family blighted by insanity, adultery, and incest, observed by the daughter who labors to distance herself from her depressing, indeed disastrous, origins.| Read Full Review of Slander (European Women Writers)
The two main characters of Le's fifth novel are, like the author, Vietnamese emigres living in France.| Read Full Review of Slander (European Women Writers)