Paper Republic: Chinese Literature Matters

“Moŋgoliya,” a contemporary novel of strip mining, quests for the Altaic soul and social justice

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Now a renowned author based in China’s capital, narrator Guo is back for a visit to the Inner Mongolian village where he grew up speaking the language of his people. One day he finds himself at the summit of Mt. Gahai, the location of an ovoo — a heap of stones marking a sacred site — said to be a Shaman’s altar . . .


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