“Lee’s novel is ambitious and compulsively readable. She aims for the breadth of Balzac and the moral depth of Middlemarch…”
– Heller McAlpin, San Francisco Chronicle
Essays | July 31, 2007
Published at: Chekhov's Mistress
As ever, books were my consolation. My family immigrated to Queens, New York in March of 1976 when I was seven. My two sisters and I enrolled at PS 102 that spring so I had three months of second grade then went on to the third grade in ...