As long as he can remember, author Viet Thanh Nguyen has been interested in how stories about his home country of Vietnam are told in America. In his own works, including the Pulitzer-winning novel “The Sympathizer,” he centers on the voices of refugees like himself. He offers his Brief But Spectacular take on writing and memory.
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