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Gao Xingjian (1940 - )

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

Received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2000.

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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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