Frogs, by Mo Yan (extract published by Granta)

If you want to know why I married Hao Dashou, I have to start with the frogs...

Translated by Howard Goldblatt.

attached to: Mo Yan


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Guan Moye, with pen name “Mo Yan” (meaning “Do not speak’ in Chinese) has been awarded Nobel Prize for Literature,2012. He is credited with intertextuality and hallucinatory realism in Chinese literature . His works are interspersed with folk tales, historical narratives, magical realism, personal stories. The writing style is also eclectic with prose, verse in drama, letter or novel forms mixed into creole form.

Niraj, October 14, 2012, 5:22a.m.


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