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The volume's last chapter is Fan's interview with Zi'en Cui, the world-famous queer Chinese novelist and filmmaker.
Cao Xueqin was a Chinese novelist born in Nanjing around 1715, and still famous for his huge novel Honglou meng (Dream of the Red Chamber), which is considered the foremost of the four great classic novels of traditional Chinese literature.
Recent winners for the prize in literature have included the Canadian short-story writer Alice Munro in 2013; the Chinese novelist Mo Yan in 2012; the Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer in 2011; and the Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa in 2010.
Chinese Novelist Speaks Out About China's Population Control
Chinese novelist Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Modern China, explains the popular Chinese novelist Yu Hua, is a playground of imitation, mimicry, and outright theft.
Mo Yan, the 2012 Nobel Prize winner for Literature is a well known Chinese novelist born in 1955 and grew up in Gaomi, north-eastern China.
That was true even as state-run media were trumpeting the news that Chinese novelist Mo Yan had won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Mo Yan, the Chinese novelist who won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, said Friday he hopes Liu Xiaobo, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who was imprisoned in China for "inciting subversion" two years ago, will be released soon.
Falling Flowers," Huo Jianqi's biopic about left-wing Chinese novelist Xiao Hong, charts her struggle against patriarchal feudalism, dire poverty, unwanted pregnancies and Japanese invasion, only to conclude that writing was just an attempt to take her mind off "disappointing love-lives.
Favourite living writers include fellow-lawyers Helen Garner and Alice Pung, Americans Paul Auster and Toni Morrison, Irishman Colm Toibin, Chinese novelist Yiyun Li, and J.
Chinese novelist Mian Mian is suing Google for scanning her texts and including them in their online library, The Independent reported on Tuesday.

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