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His life in and memories of the Cultural Revolution are insane. Gao, Xingjian — Fiction. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? They say that corruption and selfishness is still rife in the workplace and makes working there very hard.

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He is ed here vao there, stuck in a no man’s land with an ambiguous identity. Con tal recurso genera un espectador de su propio actuar que no es omnisciente, pero que logra despegarse de su objeto. Want uj Read Currently Reading Read. In the intimate aftermath of a sexual encounter, Gao revisits the central moments of his life, traveling, in memory, to the Beijing of his childhood, a childhood scarred at the age of ten by his sool accidental drowning.

To be put in very confined spaces and forced to participate in bizarre denouncements of counter-revolutionary thought would be torture. La dulzura de los recuerdos y de la infancia, la violencia politica, el amor y tambien el erotismo se mezclan en esta novela sencilla y sorprendente, resumende la vida de un hombre solo y testimonio literario esencial y sublime.

The term page-turner usually refers to some light plot-driven fluff, but here I was flipping pages as one can’t avert his eyes from a train wreck. You may have already requested this item. La folla era in preda a una febbre, era completamente impazzita, e lui non poteva starne fuori, doveva quantomeno fingere.


There is weak narrative drive as the each section, each chapter generally closes a story, with some notable exceptions. Second is xe how he strives to create atmosphere. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Planeta- Self-Help – pages.

The Chinese Premier at the time had only casually congratulated not him but the ability of Chinese literature to appeal to the sensibilities of readers of the world only when asked in xiingjian interview about it. Refresh and try again. Es imposible borrar el sufrimiento, olvidar esas cosas. Never sucked me in, never felt My first posting was as follows: The lovers talk in the present, and they try to get each other to talk about the past. The novel xihgjian interesting in light of our own government’s spying, in that the author wanted to have a place where he could have sex with whomever he wanted and no one could see or overhear him.

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Write a review Rate this item: Just wasn’t really something that spoke to me. Mixed feelings about the book: Jan 03, Lisa rated it it was ok Shelves: The novel I was torn between giving this 3 stars, but just couldn’t.

El libro de un hombre solo Volume of Booket. It is ironic that the man who has been the author of a generation’s miseries has his face printed on the Yuan while the real China is being hidden and kept under wraps of a glossy identity of an emerging superpower. Jun 12, Teresa rated it it was ok. But being a French citizen, his Nobel win went virtually unnoticed in China. Cancel Forgot your password? The reader feels anaempathetic to the narrator, yet the reader keeps reading, almost morbidly.


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Imagine having to put intellectual energy into that! His narration seems first hand, written with a sense xingnian immediacy through dialogue between Margarethe the German Jew and Xingjian’s man who has fled the Cultural Revolution. Surely this will be a book I reread decades from now.

And it makes me really want to read Soul Mountain. En dejo China y actualmente vive como refugiado politico en Paris. The unknown, unheard of China will rise some day and Liu Xiaobo, Ai Weiwei, Chen Guangcheng, Gao Xingjian and the unnamed ones who were brave enough to raise their voice against the very outrageous denial of freedom of thought and expression, will find their rightful immortality.

This novel showcases absolute power corrupting absolutely and unveils an era during which anything you said could–and would–be used against you. Description Details Customer Reviews His narration seems first hand, written with a sense of imme I can’t say that I enjoyed this book but it did make me more aware of what it must be like to live under a totalitarian state.

There is a sophistication to how the book is presented. And while reading this harrowing autobiographical novel, my thoughts were with Liu and the other an As I sit at my desk typing this out, there’s a man thousands of miles away locked up somewhere in the darkest recesses of China’s prison system, silently keeping tabs on the days that morph into months and the months that morph into years.