For my ELA people we have to teach who we are and who we aren't - MATH NOVELS!
Can a mathematician also be an accomplished storyteller? The answer is an emphatic yes, for both Catherine Chung, the Korean American author of “The Tenth Muse,” and her narrator-protagonist, a brilliant Chinese American math professor named Katherine.
“The Tenth Muse,” Chung’s second novel, is an elegant and absorbing fiction, an interlocking set of stories within a complex narrative that never seems convoluted. “I tell a story like a woman,” Katherine warns, “looping into myself, interrupting.” Chung’s crystalline prose and narrative control make the loops easy to follow.
Julia M. Klein reviewed Catherine Chung's "The Tenth Muse" for the @chicagotribune @JuliaMKlein #CriticalNotes https://t.co/JWmIiKhZzg pic.twitter.com/AKNSs0I08C— National Book Critics Circle (@bookcritics) July 11, 2019
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