Trees Without Wind
A NoveleBook - 2013
Born in Beijing in 1950, the experimental writer Li Rui came of age in the thick of the Cultural Revolution. His experiences shaped not only his perception of China's unraveling but also his novelistic style. Combining the stylistic innovations of Modernist literature, particularly a Faulknerian play with dialogue and form, and content and language drawn from rural China, Li Rui's writing captures the harsh reality of a world turned upside down by ideological conflict. Unfolding in the tense years of the Cultural Revolution (1966?1976), Trees Without Wind takes place in a remote Sh.
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, Ă2013
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 186 pages)