Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan


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  • 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo]
  • Mo Yan
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  • 15 March 2020
  • 9782020947800

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    review 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] Mo Yan º 0 read & download Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan Mo Yan tells us drastic and exciting the metamorphosis of the former great land owner Ximen Nao who experiences the history of China from an animal perspective donkey bull boar dog and monkey You learn a lot of news about the most populous country in the world with its ancient civilization Ximen Nao is reborn but as a donkey stallio

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan Rides the fierce Lord Yama God of death to his somber destination robustly plopped on the back of a water buffalo waiting to pick the departed soul from the face of the earth In the uest between Heaven and Hell the soul lingers in the probability of its verdict The shimmering blue skin contrasting the black hide of the animal becomes a pet

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan I will never doubt my History teacher's taste in literature Ever Of course a healthy little dose of skepticism is of a clear need but it's goin

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan I am still in shock from finishing this book I really felt for awhile that I was never going to finish it Not in a despairing way but in the sort of way where I imagined it would remain my reading companion for at least another month or two Any which way Life and Death is an amazing feat of story telling It len

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan summary × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Mo Yan review 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] I’m not sure I completely understood this book but I know I want to read it again Mo Yan is this year’s Nobel Prize winner This is his mos

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan After reading this novel my opinion of recent Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan has improved see review of Big Breasts and Wide Hips Life and Death is Wearing Me Out covers fifty years in the life of rural Gaomi Village through the eyes of two narrators one who has lived in that village for the entire time and the other who has witnessed many of the same events in a series of reincarnations the petty landlord Ximen Nao a donk

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    review 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] Mo Yan º 0 read & download Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan Up until the last third or so of this book I was ready to call it my favorite fiction book I've read this year It still gets there but the lukewarm finish makes it a closer callStill this was a great book I've read a few reviews calling it the Chinese One Hundred Years of Solitude and that isn't a bad comparison it's got the same e

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan Alternating between funny and horrifying this satire sends executed landowner Ximen Nao through the second half of 20th century China in a variety of reincarnated forms starting as a donkey and finally ending as a child In each form he witnesses the results of the Land Reform Movement and Great Leap Forward into present day China In spite of the light tone this is a profoundly disturbing and enlightening look

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    Mo Yan º 0 read & download Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan The descriptions of life in Communist China were really well done but the development and pace if the story were way way too slow I r

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    Free 生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo] AUTHOR Mo Yan read in Chinese One of my favourite books by Mo Yan so far it's morbid and tragic like the others but I really like the motif of reinc

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生死疲劳 [Shēngsǐ píláo]

生死疲劳 Shēngsǐ píláo free read ¾ 0 summary × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Mo Yan Olution culturelle le destin d'une communauté de paysans Et justement dans le village vit aussi un petit drôle un sale gosse mal élevé chétif et laid emmerdeur et terriblement bavard Mo Ya. The descriptions of life in Communist China were really well done but the development and pace if the story were way way too slow I really enjoyed the first part if the book where the main character Ximen was a donkey and we saw the world through his eyes His attempts at adapting to life as a donkey were funny and whimsical After that everything was told through other characters and it didn t succeed in holding my interest Also the tangents the characters went on were distracting and stalled the pace of the story as well Wonderfully descriptive but frightfully slow

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生死疲劳 Shēngsǐ píláo free read ¾ 0 summary × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Mo Yan Selon la dure loi du karma Ximen Nao est condamné à être réincarné en animal Il sera âne boeuf cochon chien enfin singe ; il revient sans cesse sur ses propres traces et auprès de ses de. I will never doubt my History teacher s taste in literature Ever Of course a healthy little dose of skepticism is of a clear need but it s going to be optional any time he recommends any other books to me Now let s talk about Mo Yan s work I ll never do him justice I doubt any man other than Mo Yan himself would do him justice You can t explain this work The resume will only scratch the surface Any laudatory words will be uselessly thrown into the void This is what writing is This is real literature You know when you give five stars on this site you want to say that the book was really really good and it s worth every hour spent on it This one right here five stars barely covers how you come to feel about it in the end You don t count this in hours you count it in seconds because every two lines every paragraph maybe every page there is something that seems almost unrealistically good How can anyone understand humans so well And how can anyone express it so good The story revolves around Ximen Nao Being a landowner in Mao s China he is forced to give up his estate and his belongings afterwards even though he did nothing to cast this upon himself he is killed by power s orders After a trip to Hell and not that much of a pleasant meeting with its ruler he returns to Earth and reincarnates under different shapes But not human no He doesn t get that privilege He begins his journey as a donkey then is killed and becomes an ox then is killed again and becomes a pig after which he lives through the forms of dog and monkey In the end he returns to a human form as a little boy What makes this book so special might you askWell besides the amazing storyline the writing itself and the deep understanding of human emotions and thoughts the correct representation of the bind between animal and human forms the description of China during the Mao period the mesmerizing setting that is represented through villages and rural backgrounds the threats that the outer world poses for the enclave that this book is What do you need I can understand I can really understand why this man got a Nobel Prize I don t think it s for the books themselves but for the way his writing expresses the truth It has such a haunting imagery embeded into it and it s so rich in volume emotion creativity soul that you can barely understand what is actually happening If you just read the resume and never read the book you might think you didn t miss on anything If you pick up the book read it and then read the resume you ll laugh knowing how empty of substance it is and how little it explains There are moments reading this when you are spellbound into really envisioning the action that takes place Rarely do you see writing that is so subtle and at the same time so pushy It breaks out of the book it s not on the page rather it s in your head His writing is tantalizing it promises you things greater things than you have ever seen and you keep turning the pages to find that unobtainble item You want it to fool you because you know that even if it tells you lies it tells you the truth Mo Yan s representation of China during the Mao period is competently written than a history book in the end in a history book you get the facts the years the documents and the death count at the end so to speak In Mo Yan s book you see the men the women the children you understand their fear their binding their loss you memorize images and sounds smells looks it paints a picture in your head and that picture does that world justice Fiction vs facts round one Fiction incorporates facts by round two Fiction wins For the spoiler free review it ends here Rich engrossing and sincere this work has won me over Thank you dear History teacher for giving it to me It was worth it view spoilerCome along to the dark side of our spoiled black world Let me share some inside information that you shouldn t have Oh secrets There are scenes once in a while that make your mouth hang open One specifically comes to mind The savage vicious beating and murdering of the Ximen Nao when he was in his ox formSecond reincarnation he takes this healthy powerful ox form and becomes the pride of the village Because their orders were for everything to belong in a chain like manner to the community the army Mao and the country this ox had to become public property Except his owner didn t want to being the last individual worker who owned his own land and worked it himself After putting enough pressure on him and his son the ox is finally taken away from his master But he is no normal ox He is Ximen Nao so inside the tough dangerous looking head of his there is a human mind that understands everything that s happening around him and makes judgements based on that So the ox decides to not yield to the soldiers For this he gets torture And it s not like anyone tortures him It s his own son Jinlong who takes it up violently loving it Not just him though 6 or 7 men take wips and start to smack the ox with it The animal doesn t flinch there are tears streaming from his eyes he experiences human sadness Ximen cries inside of him but doesn t flinch one bit They hit him they beat him to a pulp they mingle his blood with dust they mercilessly make meat out of him and he doesn t move He doesn t attack He suffers The men ashamed of what they did stop at one point Jinlong though doesn t He tied a cow to a rope and tied that rope to the ring inside the ox s nose He hit the cow and it started running tearing the ox s nose apart After the brutal beating and the wound inflicted upon his nose the ox still doesn t move Jinlong decides to lit a fire under him So he does He lights a fire at the rear of the ox and lets it burn its way through his flesh The men save the rope that tied the ox from the flames because it was public communist property but they don t save the ox because he didn t belong to the country How fucked up is that Still the ox cries and cries but no attack comes from him Jinlong goes mad but somehow stops when he sees the ox lift himself up A miracle that such a beaten raw piece of bleeding meat would be able to walk but he does and he walks next to his owner on his little piece of land where he worked individually freely unconstricted by the system for the whole of his life And next to his master he dies with tears streaking his animal cheeks and his body a red crude mess His master Lan Lian cries tears of blood Why have I brought up this scene It is inhuman It is ruthless It is indecent It is wild cruel ferocious destructive barbaric and of a crudity rarely seen in humans And it is beautiful I have read that scene maybe 12 to 14 times and I have come to love it and with each reading It is flawless The rythm is impeccable The emotion is undeniable It s so tense so vigorously expressive so descriptive and it had such an effect on me that I literally felt miserable and sad and filthy for the simple act of being of the same species as those men Now see This writing is what I m talking about Raw true Cruel true Relentless true Over and under true It makes you believe it s all true End of story hide spoiler

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生死疲劳 Shēngsǐ píláo free read ¾ 0 summary × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Mo Yan Scendants partageant leur uotidien Témoin discret et acteur décalé comiue et déguisé il suit cinuante ans durant de la libération maoïste à notre époue marchande en passant par la Rév. After reading this novel my opinion of recent Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan has improved see review of Big Breasts and Wide Hips Life and Death is Wearing Me Out covers fifty years in the life of rural Gaomi Village through the eyes of two narrators one who has lived in that village for the entire time and the other who has witnessed many of the same events in a series of reincarnations the petty landlord Ximen Nao a donkey a pig a dog a monkey and at last a human once again the Millennial Boy born on January 1 2000 The second narrator who has tricked the servants of Lord Yama and is therefore able to remember his previous incarnations is the dominant and delightful of the two narrators although the reader should be warned that this like almost all modern Chinese literature is no breezy happy read After all one can hardly wade through the period from the 1949 Revolution to the turn of the century in China without the reuisite dose of horror Mo Yan is himself a character in this novel The garrulous mischievous irrepressible novelist wannabe is repeatedly ridiculed by the two narrators with some of this ridicule a parody of Mo Yan s own critics within China Life and Death is Wearing Me Out is a success at least in this reader s view because it plays with both the ironies of reincarnation according to which your pet might be your father and with that desire to know what happens after you die I remember my mother telling me just a few days before she passed away that she didn t fear death she just wanted to know how things would work out for her family and friends Death if you are engaged in life is a bit like walking out of the theater in the middle of an exceedingly interesting movie Well knowing the end of the next chapter of a story can be a mixed blessing as Ximen Nao in this novel finds out Now as a donkey later as a pig etc he watches his former wife age his concubines become the wives of others and his posterity sometimes suffers horribly All in all his life as a series of animals is no worse and generally better than the lives of the humans around him Much could and should be written on this long and sometimes complex novel but I will leave off with my revised judgment of its author perhaps Mo Yan if not the best choice for a Nobel Prize was not a disastrous choice either