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Mo Yan (1956 – )
Educated as a librarian in China and honored recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize in literature. Learn more about Mo Yan's courageous and often humorous examination of weighty and culturally controversial topics through a free trial at Literature Criticism Online.

Manifesto In Literature

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