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[PDF / Epub] ✅ 人生 Author Lu Yao – Formresponse.co.uk An essential masterwork from Chinese literary giant Lu Yao—winner of the Mao Dun Literature Prize—available for the first time in EnglishLu Yao published only two novels before his untimely deathAn essential masterwork from Chinese literary giant Lu Yao—winner of the Mao Dun Literature Prize—available for the first time in EnglishLu Yao published only two novels before his untimely death—but their extraordinary influence catapulted the author to the top tier of Chinese contemporary fiction establishing him as one of the most widely read and respected figures in Chinese lit.

EratureIn this first ever translation of Lu Yao’s Life we meet Gao Jialin a stubborn idealistic and ambitious young man from a small country village whose life is upended when corrupt local politics cost him his beloved job as a schoolteacher prompting him to reject rural life and try to make it in the big city Against the vivid gritty backdrop of 1980s China Lu Yao traces the proud an.

人生 pdf 人生 PDF/EPUBEratureIn this first ever translation of Lu Yao’s Life we meet Gao Jialin a stubborn idealistic and ambitious young man from a small country village whose life is upended when corrupt local politics cost him his beloved job as a schoolteacher prompting him to reject rural life and try to make it in the big city Against the vivid gritty backdrop of 1980s China Lu Yao traces the proud an.

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eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk Lu Yao Chinese 路遥 born Wang Weiguo Chinese 王卫国 was a Chinese writer He was born on 3 December 1949 in ingjian County Shaanxi Province and died on 17 November 1992 He had six siblings and grew up in a very poor family He began writing novels when he was a college student and graduated from Chinese Department of Yan'an University in 1973 After graduation he became an editor of Yanhe

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  1. Lou Lou says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBLu Yao is one of the most celebrated prominent Chinese writers of the twentieth century and this one of only two novels he wrote before his passing age forty two is the first English translation despite being originally published decades ago My seemingly unuenchable thirst for knowledge on the cultural traditions of China and Japan in particular coupled with a very proficient translator made this truly a joy to read; I learned a lot about the country from a historical perspective Despite being a work of fiction the author uses it as a device so readers can witness the hardship the Chinese were subjected to in the harsh political and economic climate of the 1980s paying particular attention to class struggle and the impact of being poverty strickenIt


  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUB25 rounded downLu Yao's novel Life was written in 1981 and for me this is not a novel that has aged particularly well Those familiar with the politics and goings on in China at the time the Cultural Revolution had recently ended the trial of the Gang of Four was taking place 改革开放 economic reform aka reform and opening up was beginning will find this a familiar story a young man gets ousted from his role as a teacher only to find his feet again because of nepotism before being publicly shamed and losing it all Chuck in some manual labour class struggle angsty parents pressure to get married unreuited love and


  3. ☮Karen ☮Karen says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBThis is Lu Yao's first translated workThe author grew up in China and his writings reflect many of his own experiences He writes about young people trying to change their lives amid the many outside influences society government family class prejudices The writing is very simple and straightforward and reminded me


  4. Smitha Murthy Smitha Murthy says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBLu Yao is a giant in Chinese literature but his works haven’t found their way to the English speaking world ‘Life’ is one of the first such translations and I am delighted I found it for free on as part of their World Book Day celebrations Staying close to the heart of village life this is a poignant look at one young man’s journey from misery to hope to despair all in the space of a few months This is life the author tells us This constant shift from one end of the spectrum to another There are masterful depictions of Chinese rural life the way of communist working and tender little love stories throughout What’s not to like?


  5. PeppyKC PeppyKC says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBThis was a deep philosophical book on life and how we go about living it I need to read it again I don’t have a suitable review in my mind yet This book deserves thought and insight I love how it makes you think and reconsider things I WILL say that the main character was annoying


  6. Rissa Rissa says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBLife follows a Chinese man who just recently lost his job and now he hast to figure out what to do with his life We follow him literally living life trying to find a new place to work a new ambition a new everything He thought he had his life figured out until that moment so it’s really just following his life How many times did I just say life? LOL


  7. Lori C Lori C says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBI'm wreckedShe had thought about dying But when she looked at the mountain valley she had lived and labored in for than twenty years when she looked at the earth and plants that she had kept green with her own sweat those thoughts dissipated instantly She was reluctant to leave this world; she loved the sun loved the earth loved work loved the clear and bright Great Horse River loved the grasses and wildflowers that grew on the riverbank She couldn’t die She should live She wanted to work the land There was something in the earth that could be found nowhere else This book is set in 1980's China but it's major plot could have easily been in Eastern Kentucky anytime between then and yesterday and it's giving me some serious flashbacks Sure my upbringing didn't involve the communist agenda but I know what is to be born poor working class and how hard it is to leave a s


  8. Thebooktrail Thebooktrail says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBVisit the locations in the novel hereA good friend sent me this book as he knows I enjoy a good translated novel and I was so pleased he did This was a tiny sized book which packed an enormous punch It’s one of those which lingers after you’ve read it and you’re left with wanting to know not just about the book but also the authorMy research told me that Lu Yao is one of the most celebrated prominent Chinese writers of the twentieth century He sadly died aged 42 but he wrote two books which have made such a mark on the literary world He writes about the small villages and region of his youth and encapsulates


  9. Frans Gustafsson Frans Gustafsson says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBIf you like plots twisted with unreuited love you’ll like this novella It’s a deep well written work which deals with the issue of abandoning one’s roots in rural China to make it big in the city What holds the story back a little in my opinion is the author’s habit of explaining thoughts instead of allowing the reader to read between the lines That being said it’s not cliché and it’s full of wisdom especially towards the end


  10. Krubha Krubha says:

    eBook Lu Yao Í eBook 人生 PDF í Í formresponse.co.uk 人生 pdf, 人生 PDF/EPUBSomething around 28 starsIt was a ok readNot sure why I picked it up in the first place I guess it was a recommendation from Kindle


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