SACEI'S LIBRARY

The following books are available for check-out by members.
SACEI's library welcomes book-donations (Vietnamese culture or history).

1.   Bruce Grant. The Boat People. Penguin Books 1979. 223 p.
2.   Bao Ninh. The Sorrow of War. Riverhead Books 1996. 233p.
3.   George Herring, America's longest War. 1979.
4.   Charles Neu. After Vietnam. Legacies of a lost War. John Hopkins University Press 2000. 166 p.
5.   Duong Thu Huong. Paradise of the Blind. Penguin Books 1988. 270 p.
6.   Bui Diem. The Jaws of History. Houghton Mifflin 1987. 367 p.
7.   Truong Nhu Tang. A Viet Cong Memoir. Vintage Books 1986. 350 p.
8.   Doan Van Toai. The Vietnamese Gulag. Simon Schuster 1986. 347 p.
9.   Hue Tam Ho Tai. Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution. Harvard Press 1992. 325 p.
10. William Duiker. Vietnam since the Fall of Saigon. Ohio University Press 1985. 261 p.
11. Duong Thu Huong. Novel without a Name. Penguin Books 1996. 289 p.
12. Robert Templer. Shadows and Wind. Penguin Books 1999. 383 p.
13. Morley Safer. Flashbacks. On returning to Vietnam. St Martin 1990. 323 p.
14. Richard Mackie. Operation New Life. The Untold Story. Solution Publishing 1998. 61 p.
15. Van Nguyen Duong. The Tragedy of the Vietnam War. McFarland 2008. 268 p. (Donated by author)
16. Nghia Vo, Chat Dang, Hien Ho, Thuy Nguyen. Remembering Saigon. Outskirts Press 2008. 231 p.
17. Nghia Vo, Chat Dang, Hien Ho. The Sorrows of War and Peace. Outskirts Press 2008. 214 p.
18. Nghia Vo, Chat Dang, Hien Ho. The Women of Vietnam. Outskirts Press 2008. 265 p.
19. Nghia Vo, Chat Dang, Hien Ho. The Men of Vietnam. Outskirts Press 2008. 236 p.
20. Nghia Vo, Chat Dang, Hien Ho. The Lands of Freedom. Outskirts Press 2008. 212 p.
21. Nghia Vo. The Trung Sisters. 1st Books 2000. 136 p.
22. Nghia Vo. The Vietnamese Boat People: 1954 and 1975-1992. McFarland 2006. 208 p.
23. Nghia Vo. The Bamboo Gulag. McFarland 2004. 244 p.
24. Chat Dang, Hien Ho, Nghia Vo, An Than, Anne Capdeville. The Mayflowers of 1975. 2007. 334 p.
25. Chat Dang, Hien Ho, Nghia Vo, An Than, Anne Capdeville. The Vietnamese Mayflowers of 1975. Book Surge 2009. 399 p.
26. Thomas Taylor. Where the Orange blooms. McGraw-Hill 1989. 388 p.
27. Le Ly Hayslip. When Heaven and Earth changed Places. Plume 1990. 377 p.
28. Quang Van Nguyen. Fourth Uncle in the Mountain. St Martin 2004. 352 p.
29. Anh Vu Sawyer. Song of Saigon. Warner Books 2003. 286 p.
30. Katie Kelly. A Year in Saigon. Simon & Schuster 1992. 254 p.
31. James Sullivan. Over the Moat. Picador 2004. 354 p.
32. Duong Thu Huong. Beyond Illusions. Hyperion 2002. 247 p.
33. Chan Khong. Learning True Love. Parallax 1993. 258 p.
34. Ho Xuan Huong, John Balaban. Spring Essence. Copper Canyon Press 2000. 134 p.
35. James Haskins. The New Americans: The Boat People. Enslow 1980. 64 p.
36. Nguyen Cao Ky. Buddha's Child. St Martin's 2002. 375 p.
37. Brian Buckley. Gift of Freedom. General Store Publishing House 2008. 97 p.
38. Edward Doyle, Stephen Weiss. A Collision of Culture. Boston Publishing Co 1984. 191 p.
39. David Fulghum, Terrence Maitland. South Vietnam on Trial. Boston Publishing Co 1984. 191 p.
40. Stephen Weiss, Clark Dougan, David Fulghum, Denis Kennedy. A War remembered. Boston Publishing Co 1986. 192 p.
41. Clark Dougan, David Fulghum. The Fall of the South. Boston Publishing Co 1985. 191 p.
42. Edward Doyle, Terrence Maitland. The Aftermath. Boston Publishing Co 1985. 191 p.
43. Graham Greene. The Quiet American. Penguin Books 1983. 188 p.
44. Huynh Anh Schroeder. War and Love. 2009. 110 p.
45. Laurette Heger. Saigon is burning. Tate Publishing 2006. 315 p.
46. Linda Le. Slander. Nebraska University Press 1993. 156 p.
47. Christophe Bataille. Annam. New Directions Publishing 1993. 87 p.
48. Milton Osborne. The Mekong. Atlantic Monthly Press 2000. 292 p.
49. Mason Florence, Robert Storey. Vietnam. Lonely Planet 1999. 614 p.
50. Oliver Todd. Cruel Avril. La Chute de Saigon. Robert Laffont 1987. 478 p.
51. Nathan Caplan, Marcella Choy, John Whitmore. Children of the Boat People. Michigan University Press 1991. 197 p.
52. Jackie Bong Wright. Autumn Cloud. From Vietnamese War Widow to American Activist. Capital Books 2001. 311 p.
53. Thomas Dooley Deliver us from Evil. Farrar Straus 1956. 214 p.
54. John Balaban, Nguyen Qui Duc. Vietnam. Whereabout Press 1996. 239 p.
55. Nhat Tien, Duong Phuc, Vu Thanh Thuy. Pirates on the Gulf of Siam. Van Moth 1981. 112 p.
56. Jeremy Hein. From Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. A Refugee Experience in the US. Simon & Schuster 1995. 193 p.
57. Nathan Caplan, John Whitmore, Marcella Choy. The Boat People and Achievement in America. Michigan University Press 1989. 244 p.
58. John Tenhula. Voices from Southeast Asia. Holmes & Meier 1991. 244 p.
59. Paul Strand, Woodrow Jones. Indochinese Refugees in America. Duke University Press 1985. 182 p.
60. Nam Le. The Boat. Alfred Knopf 2008. 272 p.
61. James Freeman, Nguyen Dinh Huu. Voices from the Camps. Vietnamese Children seeking Asylum. Washington University Press2003. 235 p.
62. Nguyen Huy Hung. Hồi Ức Tù Cải Tạo Việtnam. 2004: 741 p.
63. Nguyen Tuong Bach. Vietnam một thế kỷ qua: 1916-1946. Thạch Ngữ 1998. 324 p. (Donated by author)
64. Nguyen Tuong Bach. Vietnam một thế kỷ qua: 54 năm lưu vong. Thạch Ngữ. 530 p. (Donated by author)
65. Nguyen Chi Thien. Hỏa Lò. Hanoi Hilton Stories. Yale SEAS 2007. 278 p. Donated by author)
66. Le Quynh Mai. Tác giả với chúng ta. Khoi Nguyen 2004. 344 p. (Donated by author)
67. Nguyen Huy Thiep. The General Retires and other Stories. Oxford 1992. 192 p.
68. Doan Le. The Cemetery of Chua Village. Curbstone Press 2005. 189 p.
69. Ma Van Khang. Against the Flood. Curbstone Press 2000. 309 p.
70. Viet Thanh Nguyen. Race and Resistance. Oxford 2002. 228 p.
71. Wendy Larsen, Tran Thi Nga. Shallow Graves. Perennial 1986. 287 p.
72. Le Minh Khue. The Stars, The Earth, The River. Curbstone 1997. 231 p.