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One Man’s Bible by Gao Xingjian, translated by Mabel Lee [in AsianWeek]

One Man's BibleThe follow-up to Gao’s Nobel Prize-winning Soul Mountain. At the request of his naked, white German lover in the relative freedom of a Hong Kong hotel room in 1996, Gao’s fictionalized counterpart recounts a version of his life during the Cultural Revolution – the oppression, the fear, the propaganda, the hopelessness, the survival.

Review: “New and Notable Fiction,” AsianWeek, July 18, 2002

Readers: Adult

Published: 2002 (United States)


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