On Such a Full Sea

TitleOn Such a Full Sea
Year for Search2014
AuthorsLee, Chang-Rae(b. 1965)
Date Published2014
PublisherRiverhead Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsKorean-American author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopia set in a future U. S. divided into enclaves, with urban neighborhoods turned into labor settlements controlled by and providing the goods desired by the Charters or enclosed communities of the rich. The surrounding areas have been largely abandoned but are occupied by other people struggling to get by. The novel focuses on one of the labor settlements, B-Mor, formerly Baltimore.

Author Note

The author (b. 1965) is a professor at Princeton University who was born in Korea

Full Text

2014 Lee, Chang-Rae (b. 1965). On Such a Full Sea. New York: Riverhead Books.

Dystopia set in a future U. S. divided into enclaves, with urban neighborhoods turned into labor settlements controlled by and providing the goods desired by the Charters or enclosed communities of the rich. The surrounding areas have been largely abandoned but are occupied by other people struggling to get by. The novel focuses on one of the labor settlements, B-Mor, formerly Baltimore. The author is a professor at Princeton University who was born in Korea.