Mo Yan

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Nobel prize medal.svg Mo Yan
莫言
MoYan Hamburg 2008.jpg
Mo Yan in 2008
BornGuan Moye (管谟业)
(1955-02-17) 17 Februar 1955 (age 66)
Gaomi, Shandong, Cheenae
Pen nameMo Yan
ThriftWriter, teacher
LeidCheenese
NaitionalityCheenese
EddicationMaster o Leeteratur an Airt -
Beijing Normal Varsity (1991)
Graduatit -
Fowk's Liberation Airmy
Airt Schuil (1986)
Period1981 – present
Notable warksReid Sorghum Clan,
The Republic o Wine,
Life an Daith Are Wearin Me Oot
Notable awairdsNobel Prize in Leeteratur
2012
SpooseDu Qinlan (杜勤兰) (1979-present)
BairnsGuan Xiaoxiao (管笑笑) (Born in 1981)

Guan Moye (simplifeed Cheenese: 管谟业; traditeeonal Cheenese: 管謨業; pinyin: Guǎn Móyè; born 17 Februar 1955), better kent bi the pen name Mo Yan (/m jɛn/, Cheenese: 莫言; pinyin: Mò Yán), is a Cheenese novelist an short story writer. He haes been referred bi Donald Morrison o U.S. news magazine TIME as "ane o the maist famous, oft-banned an widely piratit o aw Cheenese writers",[2] an bi Jim Leach as the Cheenese answer tae Franz Kafka or Joseph Heller.[3] He is best kent tae Wastren readers for his 1987 novel Reid Sorghum Clan, o which the Reid Sorghum an Sorghum Wine volumes wur later adaptit for the film Reid Sorghum. In 2012, Mo wis awairdit the Nobel Prize in Leeteratur for his wirk as a writer "who wi hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history an the contemporary".[4][5]

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  1. Inge, M. Thomas (2000). "Mo Yan Through Western Eyes". World Literature Today: 501–507. Unknown parameter |month= ignored (help)
  2. Morrison, Donald (14 Februar 2005). "Holding Up Half The Sky". TIME. Archived frae the original on 27 Juin 2013. Retrieved 14 Februar 2005.
  3. Leach, Jim (2011). "The Real Mo Yan". Humanities. 32 (1): 11–13. Unknown parameter |month= ignored (help)
  4. "Mo Yan får Nobelpriset i litteratur 2012". DN. 11 October 2012. Archived frae the original on 15 Februar 2013. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
  5. "The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 Mo Yan". Nobelprize.org. 11 October 2012. Retrieved 11 October 2012.