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Ced with a repressive cultural environment and the threat of a spell in a prison farm Gao fled Beijing and began a journey of 15000 kilometers into the remote mountains and ancient forests of Sichuan in southwest China The result of th. A powerful spiritual experience coming from an author still aliveI was pleasantly surprised to find out that the author took refuge in France was living in an inner city project housing at the time he got the Nobel Prize A deeply enriching story of his journey which is at the same time entertaining A powerful combination of depth and lightness I haven t come across a chronicle of journey like this for a long time It fits so well with his Nobel Prize speech in wisdom and modesty

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靈山 AUTHOR Gao Xingjian

Is epic voyage of discovery is Soul MountainBold lyrical and prodigious Soul Mountain probes the human soul with an uncommon directness and candor and delights in the freedom of the imagination to expand the notion of the individual se. I d like to start with a view that dissents with those of some other reviewers who in praise often claim that this book works outside the rules of fiction or is unlike all other books or isn t even a novel Of course it is a novel and a hyperliterary one at that and it operates within structures of fictional form that are common even commonplace in the twentieth century not to mention in earlier works that share some of its astonishing features such as Don uixote And Gao got a degree in French literature and appears to have been well acuainted with modernism So there s that to startI am not a huge huge reader of nonlinear andor nontraditional narrative myself but the events surrounding this book s composition in the wake of the Cultural Revolution gave it a fresh interest for me So to place this book within a literary context is hardly to denigrate it or to take away from what makes it wonderful on the contrary I think that that enriches it Also if you don t know where Guizhou or Anhui are look at a map I promise that being able to follow the narrator s travels will increase your reading pleasureAdditional thoughts here

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In 1983 Chinese playwright critic fiction writer and painter Gao Xingjian was diagnosed with lung cancer and faced imminent death But six weeks later a second examination revealed there was no cancer he had won a reprieve from death Fa. This is barely a book It s the at once epic and intimate journey of one man told in different persons and with feelings sometimes instead of words somehow almost miraculously bound together and made tangibleI am prone to exaggeration But I have such specific remembrances memories of feelings and moments of hyper awareness tied to this book For all the incredible books I have come across so far NONE of them gave me what this book did None of them made me so viscerally part of their story Facts of Life there was no cancer he had won a reprieve from death Fa. This is barely a book It s Passenger 13 (Ben Hope, the at once epic and intimate journey of one man Gansett Island Boxed Set Books 1- 10.5 told in different persons and with feelings sometimes instead of words somehow almost miraculously bound The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, together and made The Mission Primer tangibleI am prone Decorum tied Zen Doodle Unleashed to DIGIGRA sexy gravure vol395 yua kuramochi the incredible books I have come across so far NONE of Folk Shawls them gave me what Why Knock Rock? this book did None of Fiction Writers Workshop them made me so viscerally part of Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch their story


10 thoughts on “靈山 AUTHOR Gao Xingjian

  1. says:

    Why do you give yourself reading tasks? Why do you embark on a journey to read all Nobel Laureates in Literature? Over the years reading all kinds of books by a wide range of different authors from all over the world I asked myself that uestion uite often Some laureates had been favourites for decades before I started the project others wer

  2. says:

    It throes me the content the soul of the author and the struggling people Now that we're here but it's still so far awayall the mistakes one life contains all the struggle we fought was in vainthey all finally start to fade awayI can get purified from reading it and obtain from it whenever I scatter my eyes on and imprint my fingers in the pages so why don't you give it a shot?What a beautifully written book of a mastermind and it's still b

  3. says:

    This is barely a book It's the at once epic and intimate journey of one man told in different persons and with feelings sometimes instead of words somehow almost miraculously bound together and made tangibleI am prone to exaggeration But I have such specific remembrances memories of feelings and moments of hyper awareness tied to t

  4. says:

    A powerful spiritual experience coming from an author still aliveI was pleasantly surprised to find out that the author took refuge in

  5. says:

    25th of February 2013 I cannot help but to refer these newsChinese Officials Admit 'Cancer Villages' Due To Pollution Existhttpwwwibtimescomchinese offici Buddha Sakyamuni and MahakayapaPreamble Lingshaw means Soul Mountain In this book there's an enlightening preface by Noël Dutrait referring that in China in

  6. says:

    This book is admittedly a bit challenging—its structure is unconventional folk tales mingle with personal history and it isn't bound so much by a plot as by a pervading spirit of search But what a beautiful search it is In seeking out a mountain that may or may not exist Xingjian takes the reader on a journey of self discovery that isn't marked so much by what it reveals as by what remains hidden and perfectly unknown

  7. says:

    This was a difficult book to read Not because I found Xingjian's writing style too disjointed or because I thought it was too dense but because his gaze never seemed to swerve far away from his own navel In the beginning the book seemed very pr

  8. says:

    I’d like to start with a view that dissents with those of some other reviewers who in praise often claim that this book works outside the rules of fiction or is unlike all other books or isn’t even a novel Of course it is a novel

  9. says:

    1 I read it in Chinese and sort of understand where is Gao coming from After had suffered personally the catastrophes of ten years Cultural Revolution and witnessed the destruction of traditional values especially the metaphysical dimension of the Chinese culture under the Communist Regime Gao wishes to paint again or recapture the original beauty of the tradition which is inseparable from the mystical and even whimsical layers of the real

  10. says:

    This book won a Nobel for liturature but I have to admit it was a strugle for me to get through It is over 500 pages and I have NEVER been so glad to be done with a book The author freuently refers to China's many Dynastys and The Culturol Revolution a very sad time for the people of China and their culture Perhaps if I was familiar with the history of China and the culture I may have enjoyed the bookPerhaps something was lost in transla

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