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  • Jiang Rong, Le Totem du loup, (Wolf Totem) translated by Yan Hansheng and Lisa Carducci

    Published in China in 2004 by Changjiang wenyi chubanshe, Jiang Rong’s novel Lang tuteng (Wolf Totem) was immediately a phenomenal success. I myself witnessed this…

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  • The Birth of a Chinese Language Opera
    Snow in August by Gao Xingjian

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  • Kwok-Kan Tam ed., Soul of Chaos, Critical Perspectives on Gao Xingjian

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  • 1,265 Million Chinese
    Some Thoughts on Census 2000

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  • Richly Rewarding: the Work of Gao Xingjian
    Bibliography of a Nobel prize winner

    The award of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Literature to Gao Xingjian, last October 12th, caused a stir in Asia, where the writer’s name was…

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  • Writing—A Life-saving Act
    Interview with Zhang Kangkang

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  • The Republic of Wine by Mo Yan
    Interview with the author

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  • A Writer in Exile: A Voice to Be Heard
    An Interview with Writer Gao Xingjian

    Gao Xingjian is famous in China. From 1980 onwards he was the leader of the avant-garde theatre; for the first time since the death of…

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  • Four Taiwanese Writers on Themselves
    Chu T’ien-wen, Su Wei Chen, Cheng Chiung-ming and Ye Lingfang respond to our questionnaire

    A telling indication of Western countries’ attitudes to Taiwanese writers is the general unavailability of their works in European languages. France is a case in…

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