Tuesday, October 16, 2012

2012 Noble Prize winner Mo Yan's novel eBooks download

English: Mo Yan after giving a reading in Hamb...
English: Mo Yan after giving a reading in Hamburg, Germany.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize for literature was announced as Chinese writer Mo Yanfor his work "with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary" at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm on Oct 11th, 2012. He is the first author who has ever achieved this feat and all the domestic and overseas Chinese people are proud of him for his remarkable achievement.

Guan Moye, better known by the pen name Mo Yan, was born in Gaomi city, Shandong Province on Feb 17th, 1955, with his grandfather, father and two elder brothers in his family. He married Du Qinlan in 1979 and they have a daughter named Guan Xiaoxiao. Pressed by The Cultural Revolution in his childhood, he spent up to 10 years in the countryside. Afterwards, he joined the PLA and held a variety of offices from monitor to librarian. He then attended the Literature Department of PLA Art Academy and finally graduated from the Creative Graduate Class of Lu Xun College of Liberal Arts (affiliated toBeijing Normal University).
Mo Yan published his debut novel, Falling Rain on a Spring Night in 1981.Deeply influenced by foreign titles including “One Hundred Years of Solitude” since 1985, he began to approach Magic Realism and combine the imagination with his words in an exaggerated and fantastic way. His works are filled with sensitivity, acuteness, robustness alongside power, which frequently make wavesin the literary world.

Mo Yan has published more than 80 short stories, 30 novellas, 11 novels, etc. and won a series of awards as well as honors: Kiriyama Prize (Notable Books, 2005), Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize XVII (2006),Man Asian Literary Prize (nominee, 2007),Newman Prize for Chinese Literature (2009),Honorary Fellow(by Modern Language Association, 2010), Mao Dun Literature Prize (2011). Since 1988, his works have been widely translated into English, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Russian, Japanese and so forth.

Red Sorghum, Red Sorghum Clan, The Garlic Ballads, The Republic of Wine, Big Breasts & Wide Hips, Sandalwood Death, Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out, Explosions, Frog

Click here to download Mo Yan's novel eBooks (both .ePub and .Mobi format)

迄今为止,莫言发表了80多篇短篇小说、30部中篇小说,11部长篇小说等作品, 并在国内外获得了一系列文学奖项:冯牧文学奖(2011), 法国儒尔•巴泰庸外国文学奖(2011), 鼎钧双年文学奖(2003), 法兰西文学与艺术骑士勋章(2004), 华语文学传媒大奖•年度杰出成就奖(2004),诺尼诺国际文学奖(2005), 福冈亚洲文化奖(2006), 茅盾文学奖(2011), 诺贝尔文学奖(2012)。从1988年起,莫言的作品被广泛地翻译成英语、法语、西班牙语、德语、瑞典语、俄语、日语等多种语言。



Le lauréat du prix Nobel de littérature 2012 a été annoncé comme l'écrivain chinois Mo Yan à l'Académie suédoise à Stockholm le 11 octobre 2012. Il est le premier auteur qui ait jamais réalisé cet exploit et tout le peuple nationaux et étrangers Chinois sont fiers de lui pour sa réussite remarquable.

Mo Yan a publié plus de 80 histoires courtes, 30 nouvelles, 11 romans, et a remporté une série de prix ainsi que les honneurs: Kiriyama prix (Livres notables, 2005), Fukuoka Asian Culture Prix XVII (2006), homme de lettres Asie Prix ​​(prête-nom, 2007), Newman Prix de littérature chinoise (2009), membre honoraire (par Modern Language Association, 2010), Mao Dun Prix de littérature (2011). Depuis 1988, ses œuvres ont été traduites en anglais, français, espagnol, allemand, suédois, russe, japonais, etc.

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