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Narrating China: Jia Pingwa and his fictional world

Yiyan Wang

Narrating China: Jia Pingwa and his fictional world

by Yiyan Wang

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jia, Pingwa -- Criticism and interpretation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesJia Pingwa and his fictional world
    StatementBy Yiyan Wang.
    SeriesRoutledge contemporary China series -- [9]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL2843.P5 Z945 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 318 p.
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22718592M
    ISBN 100415326753

    Minutes of the MPC Meeting held on 7 and 8 January Jan 8, Publication date: 21 January MINUTES OF THE equivalent US dollar rate had risen by around 5 basis points.   The lead book in the series, Ferryman, first entered the fiction list in China in July and was at No. 1 by October of that year. The book then remained in the Top 10 on the list for three full years, racking up 47 consecutive months on the charts. The second book, Trespassers, entered the list at No, 7 in September

    His book China’s War with Japan, The Struggle for Survival (titled Forgotten Ally: China’s War with Japan, for publication in the US), about the Second Sino-Japanese War, was well received by critics. She has translated a number of Chinese authors, including Mo Yan 莫言, Jia Pingwa 贾平凹, Yan Lianke. The novel went out of print two decades ago. The book was revised and republished as Turmoil of the Day 白昼的躁动 in by New World Press 新世界出版社 and then as Gasp of the Day 白昼的喘息 in by Lijiang Publishing House 漓江出版社. I haven’t read either one. I .

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Narrating China: Jia Pingwa and his fictional world by Yiyan Wang Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Narrating China: Jia Pingwa and His Fictional World, Wang argues that Jia Pingwa’s three-decade long literary preoccupation with his native region of Shaanxi Province cannot be easily reduced to binary opposites where the agrarian tradition is made to critique urban modernity. Instead, Wang asserts that Jia intentionally writes the rural.

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However, despite his cultural significance and the use of his. Jia Pingwa, whose novels have caused both fame and controversy, has an enormous readership throughout the Chinese speaking world.

However, despite Pingwa's cultural significance and the use of his poetry, novels and prose in schools and universities, there has never been any substantial academic study of the writer and his writings. Filling that gap, this book examines the corpus of Pingwa’s.

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Registered address: 1 Broadland Business Park, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR7 0WF; Registered in England and Wales No VAT No   The novel set in rural China at the beginning of the s.

Gao Jialin has a major decision to make when his job as a community teacher is terminated: stay in his rural village where life is familiar, and he can continue writing poetry, or move to the exciting city, an Reviews: Jia Pingwa does not dwell on this enigmatic anecdote here, but it gains significance when compared with another anecdote about a similar transdynastic fly in his earlier novel Feidu (Fallen City).

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