Mo Yan Wins Nobel Prize for Literature

He could...go...all...the...way!!

Mo Yan scarfs up the big one. Get ready for a one hundred-and-eighty-degree about-face on the global significance of the Nobel Prize by The Global Times and other august state-run press enterprises...

attached to: Mo Yan


# 1.   

"The Nobel literature winner has been compared to William Faulkner and Gabriel Garcia Marquez—so why are critics calling his selection a ‘joke’? Duncan Hewitt digs into the Chinese national’s work—and the complaints against him."

See Duncan Hewitt's story at Hallucinatory Realism.

Bruce Humes, October 11, 2012, 11:19p.m.


Your email will not be published
Raw HTML will be removed
Try using Markdown:
[link text](
End line with two spaces for a single line break.