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Hanno aperto il fuoco! Thanks for telling us about the problem. InGao left the Communist party. The modern-day part of the story presents a man who strives to find a soul-mate but who is almost terrified to give himself wholly to another because of his past experiences, who instead allies himself with fractured souls or simply cannot commit at all. Gao is obsessed with sex – even this was controled by the Party.

Con tal recurso genera un espectador de su propio actuar que no es omnisciente, pero que logra despegarse de su objeto.

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hombrw The novel I was torn between giving this 3 stars, but just couldn’t. I did, however, get a sense of the fear and oppression of the Chinese under communism, which I link to the memiors I’ve read of Russian communist oppression, which I loved and which truely were fabulous.

Your request to send this item has been completed. My first posting was as follows: First in how he mixes the xingijan and past so that they are distinct but become a whole.

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Quite unconventionally, he uses the second person to refer to himself in the present almost giving the impression that his true self was lost somewhere in this transition from a young Chinese university student harboring literary passions to a disillusioned, faithless citizen of the world only seeking to live out the rest of his days in peace.

Is this product missing categories? The reader feels anaempathetic xinjian the narrator, yet the reader keeps reading, almost morbidly. To ask other readers questions about One Man’s Bibleplease sign up.

Don’t read this Gao work sucky. Published September 16th by Harper Perennial first published April El pasado y el presente se mezclan en la historia de este escritor, chino, que vive, por lo que se supone, en el exilio.

El libro de un hombre solo

Diverting and compelling, but really, Soul Mountain overtops this easily for me. Premios Nobel de literatura: Refresh and try again.

Relata la historia de un escritor expatriado victima de la persecucion politica en la “revolucion cultural” sklo China. In Stasiland by Anna Funder Stasiland: Xingjian Gao was born on January 4, in Ganzhou, China.

I am sure there’s a China unknown to the rest of the world, not the China of the numerous Olympic medals or the China represented by the robotically expressionless faces of the Communist Party members.

WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. After reading a few pages, I looked up a few reviews and found some really critical, especially in comparison to Soul Mountain which led to his Nobel prize.


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 mother’s accidental drowning.

But it paces nicely and continuously so that it becomes a really nice to book to xingjiaj lost it, and pick up anytime.

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Not xingjisn if it was his intention or if it was a poor translation which made the narrative shift in tense and point of view. Part of this distinction is in how his younger self is always described in third person, but libto fictional?

The E-mail message field is required. Mar 14, Stephen Durrant rated it liked it. El libro de un hombre solo. This is a rich book with meditations and comments on a wide range of topics, including the problem of writing and the difficulties of defining a national literature when modern self-identify has become so complex.

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