酒国 Jiuguo (PDF)


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  1. says: 酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Mo Yan ☆ 6 read read 酒国 Jiuguo

    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Strong Eats Weak in a surreal feast of exaggeration and grotesue An allegory on the extreme inhumanity of people with absolute power this novel is not for the faint of heart I suggest trying if you can stomach A Modest Proposal whic

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    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan read 酒国 Jiuguo I read a lot of weird shit in fiction but I draw the line at people eating babiesI don’t care what the allegory is about I don’t care how ar

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    characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan Mo Yan ☆ 6 read 酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) “The relationship between man and liuor embodies virtually all the contradiction involved in the process of human existence and development”Ethyl alcohol is one of the most amusing liuid man has ever produced Akin to mee

  4. says: 酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Mo Yan ☆ 6 read read 酒国 Jiuguo

    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Let them understand that food and drink play an important role not only in the physiological process but in the processes of spiritual molding and aesthetic appreciationMy wife and I were about to watch a film the other night when I spoke loudly during the previews it is becoming increasingly difficult to appreciate film when the screen is constantly being obscured by references I'm getting too old My appreciation for Republic

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    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Mo Yan has delivered a totally engrossing book here Actually what you get are three books to the price of one There is the main story about special investigator Ding Gou´er who is sent from Beijing to the provincial capital Jiuguo the Schnapps Town and eponym of the book to investigate rumors of politicians and other VIPs

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    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) I would like not to have had to rate this book but for a reader to write a recommendation GoodReads reuires a rating I can see why Mo Yan might have won the Nobel Prize for Literature because his writing style is uniue to say the least His descriptions are somewhat similar to that of Franz Kafka fanciful weird and often

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    Mo Yan ☆ 6 read 酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Mild SpoilersLiuor spirits booze magic potions They will make the most sualid surroundings feel like a palace and turn people best kept at arm’s length into your best friends as well as prove you a real man and not just in China where it is said a businessman needs a first class liver and a strong stomach than anything else and l

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    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Those who have spent time in China in any kind of institutional capacity know that exotic eating and excessive drinking can hardly be avoided if one is inclined to avoid Mo Yan's The Republic of Wine satirizes this situation especially as it exists in official government circles with the creation of Liuorland a place that gives ex

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    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) uite brilliant and incredibly strange Also fun confounding and disgusting The Republic of Wine reads like a philosophical treatise on drunkenness written by a drunken drunk At first it's a hallucinatory crime drama about t

  10. says: 酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) Mo Yan ☆ 6 read read 酒国 Jiuguo

    酒国 Jiuguo (PDF) characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan Professional reviews seem to put the emphasis on the social critiue so honestly I thought I was in for a boring readHa Once you get past the dry format correspondence so XVIII century you're in for some incredible stories

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酒国 Jiuguo free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan read 酒国 Jiuguo Ittler Ding Gou’er wird nach Jiuguo in die so genannte »Schnapsstadt« entsandt um der Fama dieser »Fleischkinder« auf den Grund zu gehen Doch kaum hat Ding den Fall aufgegriffen sieht er sich konfrontiert mit einer wahnhaften Welt die von. I would like not to have had to rate this book but for a reader to write a recommendation GoodReads reuires a rating I can see why Mo Yan might have won the Nobel Prize for Literature because his writing style is uniue to say the least His descriptions are somewhat similar to that of Franz Kafka fanciful weird and often irrational For that reason alone I stuck with the book until the end although I admit to skimming portions of itThe story is all about an inspector who is sent to a mine to investigate whether or not the people in that community are eating baby boys The setting is in a place called Liuorland and booze food and sex dominates the actions of the charactersHoward Goldblatt the translator should be commended for bringing the sardonic humor into a Western reader s consciousness because nobody except someone born and raised in China could actually get what the story really portrays Goldblatt says Few contemporary works have exposed and satirized the political structure of post Mao China or the enduring obsession of the Chinese about food with the wit and venom of this explosive novel none even approaches its structural inventivenessSo I apologize for my two star rating It s probably a five star book but I had a rough time getting through it Sorry Mo Yan

characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan酒国 Jiuguo

酒国 Jiuguo free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan read 酒国 Jiuguo Aberglaube und Korruption von Anmaßung und Gier beherrscht wird»Die Schnapsstadt« ist eine virtuose Groteske eine politische Allegorie die das neue China der toten Ideale und seine gesellschaftliche Wirklichkeit kühn gegen den Strich bürste. Mild SpoilersLiuor spirits booze magic potions They will make the most sualid surroundings feel like a palace and turn people best kept at arm s length into your best friends as well as prove you a real man and not just in China where it is said a businessman needs a first class liver and a strong stomach than anything else and large swathes of the country might very well be located in the fictional region The Republic of Wine is set in Reading about the sublime joy of getting properly hammered you ll be hard pressed not to head out to get a bottle of booze immediately continuing with an account of the beastly hangover afterwards might make you feel like taking an oath never to touch strong drink again both feelings heightened by Mo Yan s vivid storytelling with similes scuttling over the pages like so many cockroaches over slices of stale toast Yet drink can t hold a candle to food when it comes to the delights Chinese tend to be obsessed with in a way that makes any French chef look like a bumbling barbarian Considering a sophisticated meal the hallmark of civilization the novel s characters feel free to disregard the well being of their fellow human beings as a lesser concern Why forsake delicious bird s nest soup a dish dwelled on in great length only because harvesters risk their lives to procure the main ingredient and why not add a pinch of delicious tongue tingling guilt to your dinner by actually serving a tender roasted baby Soulless sophistication as well as the exploitation of the less fortunate ones seem limitless in this novel but it s also concerned with the process of writing itself The story we are being told is soon interrupted by letters to the author Mo Yan himself a character in the book An aspiring young writer from the very place our story about a detective investigating allegations of cannibalism is set in seeks the master s praise by sending his own short stories Reading those and then going back to the main narrative we notice events and characters from the former worming their way into the latter with fictional Mo Yan gradually losing control of his own yarn as well as his characters and the author finally taking refuge in what his work was supposed to be about from the start hitting the bottle hard The Republic of Wine makes a fantastic topsy turvy read for those who like such a glimpse behind the scenes of the creative process of writing provided you are able to stomach the occasional gruesome detail

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酒国 Jiuguo free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB characters Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Mo Yan read 酒国 Jiuguo In China brodelt die Gerüchteküche In einer entlegenen Provinz sollen dekadente Parteikader skrupellose Parvenüs die nach der Wirtschaftswende zu Reichtum gekommen sind kleine Kinder nach allen Regeln der Kochkunst zubereiten lassen Sondererm. The relationship between man and liuor embodies virtually all the contradiction involved in the process of human existence and development Ethyl alcohol is one of the most amusing liuid man has ever produced Akin to meeting a boorish stranger the first swig is not a friendly gesture burning the innards as the alluring golden liuid tumbles down the desperate throat But the kiss of the second swig brings a faint smile that widens throughout the breezy evening And then as the silent third is followed by an anxious fourth and a shy fifth the sixth one becomes audacious making the blissful visage sprout a devilish grin at the steady stream of warm blood oozing out against the glistening silvery blade as the knife stands proud piercing the center of the palm Ethyl alcohol sure does have a wicked sense of humor It vanishes pain through transient numbness only to slapdash the bloody pain back into the wretched palm when the body is liberated from the alcoholic playfulness Food too doesn t shy from playing these malicious games stimulating the dormant hunger into a vigorous ravaging monster Wine and cuisine the two crucial cultural pillars defining the glorious landscapes of its country and the vibrancy if its people enhance the spirituality and human existence of the land from where it flourishes Why do you think we have mouths Ask the residents of Liuorland To eat and drink and let our taste buds luxuriate in the world of pleasure and addiction declare the streets of the Donkey Avenue Diamond Jin agrees and so does the horny Yu Yichi So why is the reader reluctant to accept this fact like that silly fool Ding Gou er Isn t liuor and food one of the intoxicating couple you have ever met In China which reeks of liuor can there be any endeavor with greater promise or a brighter future than the study of liuor any field that bestows abundant benefits In the past it was said that In books there are castles of gold in books there are casks of grain in books there are beautiful women But the almanacs of old had their shortcomings and the word liuor would have worked better than books Liuor and ecstasy have always been in a relationship since the discovery of the former The exuisiteness of liuor is compared to the elegance of a beautiful woman One makes love to wine as one caresses the curves of a woman Liuor was gold to Liuorland It was their source of exorbitant income and given its economic significance to the town the land offered varied types ranging from the subtle Overlapping Green Ants the sturdy Eighteen Li Red and the finest and the sweetest of them all Ape Liuor Mo Yan s surrealist bedlam is maddening as the corrupt functioning of Liuorland The portrayal of absolute arrogance and manipulation by the governmental cadres led by Diamond Jin reeks of the sadistic games that alcohol plays The ghosts of the Cultural Revolution and The Great Leap still haunt the residents of Liuorland embedding a false sense of sanctuary in the illusionary world of monetary magnificence Money surely makes even the devil turn the millstone and Yu Yichi knew the covert pathway of patronizing the rotten officials as Yichi wanted to show the people of Liuorland that even an ostracized dwarf could fuck every pretty girl in the town The legacy of Maotai that was instated by Chairman Mao found a place in the uivering mouths of Liuorville where materialistic greed and corrupt power brought a hallucinatory heaven reveling in the fragrant intoxication of superior wines and decadent braised meat boys Do you think it s credible he asked Could they really have the guts to braise and eat an infant Stork Delivering a Son an exceptional gastronomic dish coming out from the artistic interiors of the Culinary Research Center of Liuorland How appetizing isn t it What the hell Diamond Jin takes immense pride in this enticing concoction of a braised chad after all he earned heaps of glowing currencies from foreign dignitaries by serving this very dish Cannibalism seems to be flavor for the moment for the ruling officials And to come to think of Mo Yan s metaphors there is isn t much of a difference Although not literally adhering to the notion of cannibalism still isn t the approach of corrupt officials toward impoverished lives cannibalistic So why go to through the polite trouble of displacing the powerless impecunious lives for political gain when like Mr Jin one could resort to cannibalism and makes the unwanted disappear into the gastronomic abyss Oh Is that cruel Then isn t scavenging helpless lives for power animalisticMo Yan it seems desired Ding Gou er to be a superhuman a kung fu yielding special agent with extraordinary investigative skills What a moron Mr Yan in his uest for Ape Liuor overlooked the demonic influence of Diamond Jin and his alcoholic weapon over a man who prefers to fuck his women in an alcoholic stupor a pitiable character inebriated with his own Achilles heel Candied lotus root Mr Ding Another serving perhaps A writer should always bravely face life risking death and mutilation in order to dethrone an emperor The Republic of Wine has another significant plot running parallel to Ding s investigation A PhD student aka Doctor of Liuor Studies is an upcoming writer who heavily invests his time and acumen in a series of communicative letter with his mentor the celebrated Mo Yan Impressed by the pissing event in Yan s Red Sorghum Li Yidou confesses to Yan that his true vocation is literature and not brewing the potent drug By being self critical Mo Yan is at his sarcastic best describing himself as a puffy balding beady eyed twisted mouthed middle aged writer eager to take part in the upcoming Ape Liuor Festival Over the course of several chapters the reader is in the delightful company of several short stories penned by Yidou encompassing an array of subjects relevant to the existing mayhem of Liuorland The rambunctious Yichi spreading on the ceiling like a lizard the gloominess of strange nights on the Donkey Avenue the bizarre inhabitant of Yidou s father in law with the apes to discover the sugary liuor Li Yidou s tales plunges into the deafening depth of surrealism enlisting folklore political brutality inhumane experiences resilient swallows and outright bizarre episodes to be the symbolic core of realism Out of the odd 5 6 short stories the one that caught my eye was Child Prodigy a story of a courageous young rebel The young boy who braved the tyrannical odds spoke volumes of the pitiful state of a society where freethinking and liberation choices were wiped out as uickly as the diners polished the fragrant steaming Dragon and Phoenix Lucky Together from their plates at Yichi s Tavern Birds die in pursuit of food man dies chasing wealth In times of chaos and corruption men are just like birds to all appearances free as the wind but in fact in constant peril from traps nets arrows and firearms Diamond Jin s beloved Liuorland is a striking caricature of the blossoming consumerism society of China As wine and food blend into a luxuriant duo power and money make a perfect marriage corruption the pertinent legality that sanctifies this pandemonium Mo Yan s metaphorical post modern absurdity aptly illustrates the gigantic greed of money and power that have engulfed Chinese political environment Mo Yan is meticulous to keep the conundrum of corruption on the outskirts of the Central government and focusing on local political elements However the roaring similarities cannot be ignored because no matter how or where the seed of corruption is sown there are very few political patrons who choose not to stand in the shade of tree of greed After all who does not love money Especially in countries where human lives are judged by their economic status money and power are two condiments essential to make the food edible As the patriots of Liuorville brag about the Liuorland being at the helm of wealth and prosperity China has taken pride in the uantum economic rise of the Communist party The government screams Look we are making you rich by bringing money and all other luxuries at your door step Why weep when you can enjoy the fruits of modern opulence But on what cost Who will clear the debris of wasted human lives Mo Yan s chaotic prose spirals down into a messy web that at times suffocates the readers as it does to the numerous ill fated residents of Liuorland The exploitation of power the inebriate pangs of conscience faltering with every morsel of aromatic meat and the veracity of treacherous past blinding the morality with insatiable greed not only ravages the people of Liuorville but also the spirit of human existence Ultimately Liuorland becomes a prosperous hoax a land where even the industrious swallows know that a blemished nest is accepted as adulteration is a commonplace As the rich get richer and the poor are left standing on the brink of death and desperation hi tech infrastructures are constructed on the graves of human rights democratic voices are sliced open and wrapped in anti nationalistic fervor as they bleed to death and people like Diamond Jin become the rising star of an exotic banuet while an impoverished couple copulate to procreate a meat boy Is liuor a harmful insect or a beneficial one Liuor is everything you adore and everything you detest It either blurs agony or bestows mammoth torture It is a living pesticide The mesmerizing drops of ethyl alcohol become a thunderous metaphorical saga of a land drunk with authority and gluttony Throughout the prose the acrid smell of liuor intoxicated Ding Gou er Li Yidou Yichi and that rascal Mo Yan and at times even the reader myself felt the need to indulge in my own drunken fest Alcohol and food is fucking tempting and so is the chase for money and power Ask Diamond Jin or rather not it seems that bastard has liuor moths in his stomach So Bring in the Wine See how the Yellow River s waters move out of heavenEntering the ocean never to returnSee how lovely locks in bright mirrors in high chambersThough silken black at morning have changed by night to snowOh let a man of spirit venture where he pleasesAnd never tip his golden cup empty toward the moonSince heaven gave the talent let it be employedSpin a thousand pieces of silver all of them come backCook a sheep kill a cow whet the appetiteAnd make me of three hundred bowls one long drinkTo the old master CenAnd the young scholar DaniuBring in the wineLet your cups never restLet me sing you a songLet your ears attend Verse from Li Bai s poem

  • Paperback
  • 512
  • 酒国 Jiuguo
  • Mo Yan
  • German
  • 07 April 2020
  • 9783293205635