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Published September 16th by Harper Perennial first published April And while reading this harrowing autobiographical novel, my thoughts were with Liu and the other anonymous activists who are either biding their time as political prisoners or quietly carrying on with their peaceful agitation against the brute force of the state. If you want to know what it was like then, read this.

Your rating has been recorded. Second is in how he strives to create atmosphere. His narration seems first hand, written with a sense of immediacy through dialogue between Margarethe the German Jew and Xingjian’s man who has fled the Cultural Revolution. 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.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. The rambling in between the actual story left me not perplexed about the essential meaning of life or politics.

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Cada uno va a convertirse desde ese momento en un hombre solo, una mujer sola, unser humano solo ante la desesperanza y el terror. El libro de un hombre solo Volume of Booket.

Lidiando con el recuerdo de su propia cobardia y el analisis imparcial de sus actos narra su historia como si le hubiese pasado a otra persona lo xolo tiene algo de verdad. Don’t read this Gao work sucky.

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View all subjects More like this Similar Items. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. One Man’s Bible by Gao Xingjian published: Just wasn’t really something that spoke to me. In one of the best sections of this book, the narrator contrasts his desire not to remember with his Jewish lover’s compulsion to dwell in individual and collective memory–a conflict between two different approaches to a painful past.


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Quotes from One Man’s Bible. The narrative contains some truly hair-raising descriptions of the reign of terror carried out by the Red Guards the paramilitary youth brigade who were given the right to freely suppress the slightest hint of criticism with ruthless violence.

Mixed feelings about the book: The soloo, 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. Los hombres-dioses son incapaces de entender el alma humana. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.

Feb 29, Ashley rated it it was ok Shelves: A costa de casi todo y con mucha dificultad logra contenerse a tiempo. Couple that with the deep spirituality ilbro in ‘Soul Mountain’ and you get perfect Nobel candidature.

Imagine having to put intellectual energy into that! Whose o For capturing the essence of memory and it’s unstructured way of surfacing this book was great. Preview this item Preview this item. Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

His two conflicting personalities–one entrenched in Cultural Revolution intrigue and the other reflecting upon it years later–hash it out in the second- and third-person points of view. As with Soul Mountain, two main characters ‘you’ and ‘he’ are really Gao himself. Not sure if it was his intention or if it was a poor translation which made the narrative shift in tense and point of view.

But being a French citizen, his Nobel win went virtually unnoticed in China.

This dialogue is in the 3rd person, breaking into first person as the narrator reflects. Nov 16, Horace Derwent rated it it was amazing. 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.


There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Con tal recurso gaao un espectador de su propio actuar que no es omnisciente, pero que logra despegarse de su objeto.

El libro de un hombre solo

The more passionate a woman, the more she had to confess To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. 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.

A very successful technique. Email address subscribed successfully. 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. Ridicola e ingiustificata ipocrisia dell’editore italiano: Brutal, escalofriante, pavoroso‚Ķ y precisamente por todo eso, Imprescindible.

Okay, this wasn’t my favorite book. Un po’ troppe pippe mentali del genere astratto, per i mie Romanzo autobiografico. El libro de un hombre solo Xingjian Gao No preview available – Gao, Xingjian — Fiction. I suspect it received such great reviews simple because it was published so close to the actual return of Hong Kong to China.