兄弟, Volume 1

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上海文艺出版社, 2005 - Brothers - 247 pages
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本书讲述了江南小镇两兄弟李光头和宋钢的人生,李光头的父亲不怎么光彩地意外身亡,而同一天李光头出生。宋钢的父亲宋凡平在众人的嘲笑声中挺身而出,帮助了李光头的母亲李兰,被后者视为恩人。几年后宋钢的母亲也亡故,李兰和宋凡平在互相帮助中相爱并结婚,虽然这场婚姻遭到了镇上人们的鄙夷和嘲弄,但两人依然相爱甚笃,而李光头和宋钢这对没有血缘关系的兄弟也十分投缘。通过一个重新组合的家庭在“文革”劫难中的崩溃过程,展示了个人命运与权力意志之间不可抗衡的灾难性景象,也凸现了人性之爱与活着之间的坚实关系。余华全新的叙述方式相信会让喜爱他的读者觉得十年的等待完全值得.

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Yu Hua was born in 1960 in Zhejiang, China. He finished high school during the Cultural Revolution and worked as a dentist for five years before beginning to write in 1983. He has published three novels, six collections of stories, and three collections of essays. His work has been translated into French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, and Korean. In 2002 Yu Hua became the first Chinese writer to win the prestigious James Joyce Foundation Award. To Live was awarded Italy's Premio Grinzane Cavour in 1998 and was named one of the last decade's ten most influential books in China. Yu Hua lives in Beijing. Michael Berry is an assistant professor of contemporary Chinese cultural studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of a forthcoming collection of interviews with Chinese filmmakers and the translator of Ye Zhaoyan's Nanjing 1937: A Love Story" and Chang Ta-chun's Wild Kids: Two Novels About Growing Up.

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