by Tyler Cowen
on October 11, 2012 at 3:36 am
From Literary Saloon, you can read the post here.
Addendum: Mo Yan has won, one of his best-known novels is Red Sorghum.
Go Murakami ! He and Rogoff will get on just fine together.
>Current Ladbrokes odds: from 12/1 (Pynchon)
That would be a sight to behold.
I am calling for the help of those who have read one or more of Mo Yan’s books. With which book to start if I want to get an impression of this writer: http://andreasmoser.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/the-mo-yan-poll/ ?
China’s Mo Yan wins Nobel for “hallucinatory realism”
As one wag on CalculatedRisk pointed out, he actually won the award for economics.
Mo Yan is a nomme de plume. In Chinese it means “Don’t speak”. This and almost everything else you could wish to know about this author can be found at http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/oct/11/nobel-prize-in-literature-2012-live?intcmp=239
“Mo Yan has won, one of his best-known novels is Red Sorghum.”
Why do you continually insist on separating sentences with a comma?
I am not sure, to annoy you?
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