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The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 was awarded to Mo Yan "who with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary". The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 was awarded to Mo Yan "who with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary". Chinese author Mo Yan has been awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for literature. A prolific author, Mo has published dozens of short stories, with his first work published in 1981.
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 Chinese author Mo Yan, who left school for a life working the fields at the age of 12, has become the first Chinese citizen ever to win the Nobel prize in literature, praised by the Swedish Academy Mo's prize may give powerful encouragement to the country's writers as the more reflective of Chinese lives their works are, the more possible they arise as a world literature. The breakthrough of the Nobel Prize in Literature also came ahead of a key national congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which has called for cultural self-consciousness and self-confidence of the Chinese nation. Chinese author Mo Yan has been awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Mo Yan, frischgebackener Nobelpreistäger für Literatur, hat Tausende Seiten Literatur geschrieben, keine davon aber dürfte so umstritten sein ISBN: 9781611454277; Titel: Life and death are wearing me out - a novel; Författare: Mo Yan; Förlag: Tiptree Book Service; Utgivningsår: 2012; Omfång: 540 De senaste 20 årens nobelprismottagare. År. Namn.
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Uppsatser om MO YAN. Hittade 4 uppsatser innehållade orden Mo Yan. The winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 was the Chinese author Mo Yan.
With Nobel Prize winning writer Mo Yan, I also have issues with for his normalization of violence towards women and demonization of disabled
"Zlatan should of course get the Nobel prize for his book. That somebody else wrote.
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26 Author Mo Yan has become the first Chinese citizen to win the Nobel prize for literature, a decision that sparked rejoicing but some criticism in his homeland. State media celebrated Mo's win
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His books have been frequently banned in China and “Mo Yan” is a pen name meaning “don’t speak.” Yan’s given name is Guan Moye. 2012-10-11 · Chinese writer Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on Thursday for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China.
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Nobel Prize in Literature, 2012 Mo Yan in Stockholm to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 On 11 October 2012, the Swedish Academy announced that Mo Yan had received the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work that "with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary". 2012-10-11 · Mo Yan's Nobel prize in literature should help China overcome its Nobel complex Post-Mao China has long coveted a Nobel prize in literature for a resident writer, so Mo Yan's win has a special Chinese scientists' failure to win a Nobel Prize has been blamed on the lack of originality, creativity and being xenocentric. However, Mo's novels, although believed by some to be too rustic, are labeled as realistic portrayals of contemporary Chinese people. The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 was awarded to Mo Yan "who with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary".