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In the author’s note at the tail end of Stealing Buddha’s Dinner, Bich Minh Nguy
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In the author’s note at the tail end of Stealing Buddha’s Dinner, Bich Minh Nguy
In the author’s note at the tail end of Stealing Buddha’s Dinner, Bich Minh Nguyen writes that her memoir revolves around the “anxieties” inherent in the “immigrant’s dilemma to blend in or remain apart.” For your final essay I’d like you to compare Nguyen’s memoir and Dinaw Mengestu’s novel, The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears. Drawing exclusively on both works, please assess the validity of the following statement: Nguyen and Sepha Stephanos share similar anxieties about blending in or remaining apart.

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