Mo Yan wins Nobel prize in literature 2012

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Chiu-Fang Judy Liu  Identity Verified
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East Meets West Oct 13, 2012

I've read the article regarding Mo Yan's news in and yahoo web sites. I've never read his artcle. By simply reading his book titles - "red sorghum", "The Garlic Ballads", he seems to be a very society-awareness, grassroot type of novelist. Good for him!

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Igor Puzhai
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. Oct 15, 2012

I wonder if his books are availible anywhere on the net in English.

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