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Read & Download 在细雨中呼喊 在细雨中呼喊 Free download ò 105 Yu Hua ò 5 characters E the changing nature of Chinese society as social dynamics and his very own family are changed forever under Communist rule With its moving thoughtful prose Cries in the Drizzle is a stunning addition to the wide ranging work of one of China’s most distinguished contemporary writers. Pathetic yet innocent beautiful but also painful Yu Hua s plain subjective narration creates a uniue atmosphere that fits this book It s a well done masterpiece from all perspective and I just couldn t stop reading it once I picked it up Judging from the comments I feel really sorry that there s not a great translated version of the novel When I was reading it I always hoped my friends from other cultures could read this book so they could have a deeper grasp of what a majority of Chinese people experienced in less than 50 years ago at least It is a shock to me as a millennial born geoff buda ve ben yet innocent beautiful but also painful Yu Hua s plain subjective narration creates a uniue atmosphere that fits this book It s a well done masterpiece from all perspective and I just couldn t stop reading it once I picked it up Judging from the comments I feel really sorry that there s not a great translated version of the novel When I was reading it I always hoped my friends from other cultures could read this book so they could have a deeper grasp of what a majority of Chinese people experienced in less than 50 Perky years ago at least It is a shock to me as a millennial born

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Read & Download 在细雨中呼喊 在细雨中呼喊 Free download ò 105 Yu Hua ò 5 characters Yu Hua’s beautiful heartbreaking novel Cries in the Drizzle follows a young Chinese boy throughout his childhood and adolescence during the reign of Chairman Mao The middle son of three Sun Guanglin is constantly neglected ignored by his parents and his younger and older brother Sent awa. I have to admit I didn t actually finish the book To Live Chronicle of a Blood Merchant Brothers all of these were majestic Hilarious upsetting fun brilliant etc etc But after 200 or so pages of Cries in the Drizzle I realized I couldn t continue It s a similar story coming of age during China s periods of trial but this book had become my period of trialThere s no overarching story in this book and no narrative continuity There are anecdotes told my god so many anecdotes but they re told in such a jumbled fashion One single story perhaps a breaking of a bowl might take 100 pages to play out He ll return to and develop and expand it over and over and over and over It s a broken bowl and a child accused with no grand significance dammit But we ll keep coming back to it or any other anecdote told And just like that hideous episode of Lost we ll jump back and forward in time so we ll learn new elements of each anecdote and be confused an uninterested each and every timeA character might take 20 pages to slowly pass away When they re gone we cheer now the story can move on only to discover that character returns in the very next sentence as we move back to the same broken bowl anecdote yet again Clearly that one really irritated me But the dead brother the walk home from the boat trip the hammering of the coffin all of these can stand in as eually annoying It s jarring and irritating and difficult to relax in Unlike David Foster Wallace both these books take minor characters or asides and dwell on them for pages this doesn t feel great or inspiredIt feels uneditedEvery time he expresses an emotion or describes a situation in three four five different ways using five different analogies in five consecutive sentences I also felt a hint that the editor of this book was on holiday There are wonderful moments There are hints that this was the same author as Brothers and To Live and Blood Merchant But those moments are so weighed down by the rest of the book I couldn t do it I had to uit Letters to Chloe young Chinese boy throughout his childhood and adolescence during the reign of Chairman Mao The middle son of three Sun Guanglin is constantly neglected ignored by his parents and his Ford County younger and older brother Sent awa. I have to admit I didn t actually finish the book To Live Chronicle of a Blood Merchant Brothers all of these were majestic Hilarious upsetting fun brilliant etc etc But after 200 or so pages of Cries in the Drizzle I realized I couldn t continue It s a similar story coming of age during China s periods of trial but this book had become my period of trialThere s no overarching story in this book and no narrative continuity There are anecdotes told my god so many anecdotes but they re told in such a jumbled fashion One single story perhaps a breaking of a bowl might take 100 pages to play out He ll return to and develop and expand it over and over and over and over It s a broken bowl and a child accused with no grand significance dammit But we ll keep coming back to it or any other anecdote told And just like that hideous episode of Lost we ll jump back and forward in time so we ll learn new elements of each anecdote and be confused an uninterested each and every timeA character might take 20 pages to slowly pass away When they re gone we cheer now the story can move on only to discover that character returns in the very next sentence as we move back to the same broken bowl anecdote Johannes Cabal the Necromancer yet again Clearly that one really irritated me But the dead brother the walk home from the boat trip the hammering of the coffin all of these can stand in as eually annoying It s jarring and irritating and difficult to relax in Unlike David Foster Wallace both these books take minor characters or asides and dwell on them for pages this doesn t feel great or inspiredIt feels uneditedEvery time he expresses an emotion or describes a situation in three four five different ways using five different analogies in five consecutive sentences I also felt a hint that the editor of this book was on holiday There are wonderful moments There are hints that this was the same author as Brothers and To Live and Blood Merchant But those moments are so weighed down by the rest of the book I couldn t do it I had to uit

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  • Paperback
  • 320
  • 在细雨中呼喊
  • Yu Hua
  • English
  • 10 December 2020
  • 9780307279996