Running Wild by David Der-Wei Wang
New Chinese Writers (Translation Center Books)

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The 14 novellas and short stories of this collection represent the strengths of contemporary Chinese fiction, featuring writers from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the USA and New Zealand. It includes the work of popular mainland Chinese writers Mo Yan, Yu Hua and Su Tong.

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T.D.J. Chappell is lecturer in philosophy at the University of Manchester and the editor of The Plato Reader.
Published April 15, 1994 by Columbia University Press. 264 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Yang Lian (who fled China just before the Tian'anmen uprising) poignantly limns the somnambulistic existence of those exiled from their homeland in ``Ghost Talk.'' The title story by Su Tong portrays a boy's fear of death and of the impending loss of his grandmother.

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