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'Aloft' from Chang-Rae Lee

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'Aloft' from Chang-Rae Lee

'Aloft' from Chang-Rae Lee

'Aloft' from Chang-Rae Lee

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Asian-American writer Chang-Rae Lee's latest novel, Aloft, tells the story of a white middle-class businessman searching for identity within his own family. Tom Vitale offers a profile. Aloft is published by Riverhead Books.

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