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The April 3rd incident

Hua Yu

The April 3rd incident

stories

by Hua Yu

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinese Short stories,
  • Translations into English

  • Edition Notes

    StatementYu Hua ; translated from the Chinese by Allan H. Barr
    ContributionsBarr, Allan Hepburn, translator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL2928.H78 A2 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 211 pages
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26976758M
    ISBN 101524747068
    ISBN 109781524747060
    LC Control Number2018011375
    OCLC/WorldCa1023859130

      Such is the case “The April 3rd Incident,” a collection of short stories published between and by Chinese author Yu Hua (“To Live,” etc.), now available in the United States for. The April 3rd Incident: Stories by Yu Hua, translated by Allan H. Barr [in Library Journal] Clearly the internationally lauded Yu Hua’s translator of choice, Pomona professor Allan H. Barr anglophones seven early stories Yu wrote between and In his edifying introduction, Barr explains that during China’s “post-Mao.

    Sunlight had sneaked in through the window and was creeping toward the chair where my pants dangled. I was lying bare-chested in bed, rubbing away some gunk from the corner of my right eye. It must have collected while I was sleeping, and to just let it stay there seemed inappropriate. At the same t. The April 3rd Incident 作者: Yu Hua 出版社: Pantheon 副标题: Stories 译者: Allan H. Barr 出版年: 装帧: Hardcover ISBN:

    By turns daring, darkly comic, thought-provoking, and profound, The April 3rd Incident is an extraordinary record of a singular moment in Chinese letters. NOTE: This title is a Bargain book. Bargain books are excess inventory or store returns from publishers that are discreetly marked with a small dot or line on the edge of the pages and, while Pages: Formedras Comment by Formedras published on April 3rd, @ PM Reply That reminds me of a sci-fi book, “The Lost Fleet: Dauntless”. (Yes, it’s the first of the series.


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The April 3rd Incident is a collection of short stories by Yu Hua, who wrote the stories from to The English translation, by Allan H. Barr, was published in by Pantheon. Barr teaches Chinese at Pomona College. The stories included are experimental, and Publishers Weekly characterizes the shorter ones as having "devastating wit and morbid humor".

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The April 3rd Incident reinforces Yu as China’s boldest and smartest literary agent provocateur. The world has never needed him more The world has never needed him more Yu’s stories gain their considerable power by making us feel the disturbances they narrate—be they personal, political, historical or natural.

By turns daring, darkly comic, thought-provoking, and profound, The April 3rd Incident is an extraordinary record of a singular moment in Chinese letters.

About the Author. YU HUA is the author of five novels, six story collections, and four essay collections. The April 3rd Incident: Stories by Yu Hua book review. Click to read the full review of The April 3rd Incident: Stories in New York Journal of Books. Review written by Virginia Reeves.

Soaked in inspiration from experimental writers like Kafka and Borges, the stories in The April 3rd Incident provide a welcome insight into a country—and an author—in transition Yu Hua’s early work demonstrates the power of surrealism as a form of protest, as he pushes the boundaries of art and expression.”Author: Yu Hua.

By turns daring, darkly comic, thought-provoking, and profound, The April 3rd Incident is an extraordinary record of a singular moment in Chinese letters. About the Author YU HUA is the author of five novels, six story collections, and four essay collections.

The April 3rd Incident by Yu Hua, Trans. by Allan H. Barr has an overall rating of Positive based on 5 book reviews.3/4(5). Reading The April 3rd Incident, it is possible to see Yu Hua “moving farther and farther away from the plot.” Only in this case, the “plot” that these early stories seem keen to avoid is the narrative one, the ordering of events in a story according to a conventional structure of beginning, middle, and end.

By turns daring, darkly comic, thought-provoking, and profound, The April 3rd Incident is an extraordinary record of a singular moment in Chinese letters. © Yu. By turns daring, darkly comic, thought-provoking, and profound, The April 3rd Incident is an extraordinary record of a singular moment in Chinese letters.

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However, the authorities of the U.S seized many copies of the book, expressing their objection to the literary work. The ‘American Civil Liberties Union’ decided to back this work of literature and on April 3,announced that it will advocate its release.

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Yu Hua is the author of several novels, short story collections, and essay collections. “The April 3rd Incident reinforces Yu as China’s boldest and smartest literary agent provocateur.

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