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Mo Yan


China (b.1955)

Chinese author Mo Yan has won the Nobel Prize for literature.

Born Guan Moye, the author writes under the pen name Mo Yan, which means "don't speak".

Since 1981 the writer has published a series of short stories, including Red Sorghum: A Novel of China.

The tale of the People's Liberation Army received worldwide fame.
 
 
New and upcoming books
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The Gale
 
Novels
   Falling Rain on a Spring Night (1981)
   Red Sorghum (1991)
   The Garlic Ballads (1995)
   The Republic of Wine (2000)
   Big Breasts & Wide Hips (2004)
   Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out (2006)
   Change (2010)
   Sandalwood Death (2012)
   Pow! (2012)
   Frog (2014)
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Collections
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Radish (2015)
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Picture Books show
 
Mo Yan recommends
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A Single Swallow (2020)
Zhang Ling
"Few writers could bring a story about China and other nations together as seamlessly as Zhang Ling. I would suggest it is her merit as an author, and it is the value of her novels."

Awards
Nobel Prize in Literature Lifetime Achievement nominee (2012)


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