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Xingjian Gao (1940 - )

Nationality: French
Born: Chinese
Periods: Chinese: 1912-

Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, 2000

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Soul Mountain

Soul Mountain

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Criticism about Xingjian Gao

Interview with Gao Xingjian: "Literature makes it possible to hold on to one's awareness of oneself as human"
http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/label_france/ENGLISH/LETTRES/gao_xi...
An interview which covers Xingjian's life in Paris, painting, and thoughts on literature and writing.
Contains: Interview
Author: Jean-Luc Douin
From: Label France
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Nobel Laureate 2000 Gao Xingjian and his Novel Soul Mountain
http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb00-3/lee00.html
An insightful essay which examines Gao Xingjian's life and literary career.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Commentary, Bibliography,
Author: Mabel Lee
From: CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 2.3 (2000)
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Biographical sites about Xingjian Gao

The Voice of One in the Wilderness
http://www.obfuchai.com/pages/voice-gxj.html
A short bio of Gao Xingjian followed by a chronological description of his life accompanied by criticism of his major works up to 1999.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Commentary, Criticism,
Author: Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt The calligraphy on the banner, adapted from a Chinese ink rubbing, is by Mi Fu (1051-1107), one of the great Song dynasty masters. The two characters read fu floating & chai (zhai in pin-yin) which means studio or retreat. Olivier Burckhardt
Keywords: avant-garde Chinese theatre, Beijing People's Art Theatre, chinese literature
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Gao Xingjian Receives 2000 Nobel Prize in Literature
http://www.isop.ucla.edu/eas/documents/2000Nobel.htm
Excerpts from media outlets' reaction to the awarding of the Nobel Prize to Gao Xingjian in 2000. Also has relevant bibliography.
Contains: Commentary, Bibliography,
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The Nobel Prize in Literature 2000
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1996/szymborska-lecture.html
This web site devoted to Gao Xingjian's Nobel Prize in Literature includes the presentation speech, a bio-bibliography, his Nobel lecture ("The Case for Literature"), and excerpts from One Man's Bible.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Awards, Bibliography, Pictures
From: The Nobel Foundation
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