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Summer Reading 2004
L Thi Diem Thy: The Gangster We Are All Looking For

Author Interviews | Book Reviews | Web Sites | Smith News | Help From a Librarian

Copies of The Gangster We Are All Looking For are available at the Smith College Neilson Library Reserve Desk - PS 3612 .E2 G36 2003

Some links from this page are available to all without restriction. Others are restricted to Smith students, faculty, and staff. To access these sites from off-campus, use your Smith GroupWise E-mail username and password when requested.

 

Author Interviews

American Humanities Index

General Reference Center

L Thi Diem Thy
Author Lê Thi Diem Thúy

Book Reviews

Use these sources to get lists of periodical articles and book reviews.
A few are online; others are at the Neilson Library - and at many other public and academic libraries.

General Reference Center

LexisNexis Academic

STEP 1: In the first box select "Arts & Sports News".
STEP 2: In the next box select "Book, Movie, Music, & Play Reviews".
STEP 3: Enter the Search Term Gangsters we are all looking for and change "Headline, Lead Paragraphs" terms to "Full Text"
STEP 4: Change date from "Previous Six Months" to "Previous Two Years"

Further Newspaper Articles and Websites

Boston Globe Index (also includes other selected Massachusetts newspapers)

Lê Thi Diem Thúy (Tom Bolling University of Washington)
Has brief biography and links to further sources.


Smith College News

Summer Reading 2004
For all First-Year Students

Help From a Librarian

Use Need Help? Ask a Librarian to send a question at any time, or contact Bruce Sajdak, Reference Librarian, directly: bsajdak@smith.edu

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