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OF TODAY'S CHINAWhen he and▓ professor Liu Hongtao from Beijing Normal Un▓iversity were

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selecting the novellas for their 2016 book "By the River: Seven Contemporary Chinese

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Novellas," Laughlin sa▓id they were looking for works of today's C▓hina that conveyed th

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each."You have a fairly short list of the ▓really imp

e fabric of contemporary experience in the thriving economy."We wanted to show the flavor of everyday life in China, without so much ▓drama and violence," sa

id Laughlin.▓ What American readers often look for wh▓en they read Chinese authors, however, is "some k

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ind of criticism of some kind of problem" in society, he added.Laughlin was confident that their selected Chinese Literature would help Western readers better understand th▓e more complex and rich

ally significant

er reality of the fast-transforming Asian power."What literature does, and t▓his goes for independent documentary fi

w▓orks to use," sa

lms and contemporary feature films as well, is to recreate the subjective experience of be▓ing Chinese," he said.Lit

id Laughlin.

erature is the original "virtu▓al reality," be it poetry, fiction, drama or essays, which not only "portrays" what is

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going on in China today, but "delivers the feeling of experi▓encing it, often in emotionally intense settings such as love or trauma," said Laughlin."When it is very good, it may also rise above t

  • ao Yu, and Ba Jin, mostly authors from the first half of the 20t
  • h Century.More and more Chinese writers and critics have since entered the inter
  • national arena, he said. In October 2012, novelist Mo Yan was
  • awarded th▓e Nobel Prize in Literature for his work that▓ "with halluc
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s who are bein

ect from media coverage," he said."One doesn't need to li▓mit one's reading to contemporary writers

g brough

," he said. "The more you read back into the century before and the centuries before that...the mo

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ommon humanity," he said. "This is particularly important in a world that uses language and media increasingly to divide us and distance us from others.""People who don't read foreign

literature

across the world," he said. "There

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