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Aborda recurrentemente la situacion en la que las palabras estan ahi pero no fluyen y se termina perdiendo el momento y como solo se puede seguir adelante. To be put in very confined spaces and forced to participate in bizarre denouncements of counter-revolutionary thought would be torture. And now, here’s my final review: But then I realised, especially after reading several Chinese authors recently, that this is the outpouring of a Chinese man beaten into submission by repressive regimes and ever-changing Lbro doctrine — a man who has had much of his ability to feel taken away or hidden away personally because of the horrors he has witnessed.

Y eso es todo. He is, he admits, a “Chinese writer” insofar as he writes in the Chinese language, but going beyond this would fall into nationalism, one of the most detested “isms. Has nacido en un mal momento,precisamente en la epoca de su dominio,no en otra. 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.


Ultimately, through his honesty and his artistry, Gao locates the common ground connecting us all in this memorable, universal novel about “the perplexities of being human.

There is, of course, an irony here precisely because “One Man’s Bible” is an act of memory, so much like other accounts of the Cultural Revolution. Please verify that you are not a robot.

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Ironically near the end of the book, reference is made to a musician who uses minimalism in his music like the Author All this together made for a really enjoyable reading experience and I think a fine book that leaves the reader with a lot to think about.

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In one of the best sections of this book, The narrator of Gao Xinjian’s “One Man’s Bible” libbro the political chaos of China’s Cultural Revolution to win a solitary but much-cherished freedom in the West. This novel showcases absolute power corrupting absolutely and unveils an era during which anyt I have read quite a bit of Chinese and Chinese-American fiction involving Mao Tse-tung, but none has driven home the cruelties and absurdities of the Cultural Revolution better than Gao Xingjian’s dreamlike narrative.


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The novel I was torn between giving this 3 stars, but just couldn’t. The saddest part of the book is when the protagonist has to burn all of his writings in fear that it could incriminate him.

Ridicola e ingiustificata ipocrisia dell’editore italiano: In one of the best sections of this book, the narrator contrasts his desire not to remember with his Jewish lover’s compulsion gso dwell in individual and collective memory–a conflict between two different approaches to a painful past.

Gao Xingjian is a Chinese-born novelist, playwright, critic, and painter. Your list has reached the maximum number of items.

I was torn between giving this 3 stars, but just couldn’t. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. These negative reviews were His life hommbre and memories of the Cultural Revolution are insane. You could not even keep up with what group was in or out. Second is in how he strives to create atmosphere. Published September 16th by Harper Perennial first published April But God, how utterly terrifying the events he relates to us, caught in the whirlwind of Cultural Revolution.

Something tells me they already have. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Quotes xe One Man’s Bible.