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review 狂人日記 × eBook or Kindle ePUB Ë [Download] ➼ 狂人日記 By Lu Xun – Horticulturetrader.co.uk This English and Chinese bilingual edition of a A Madman's Diary was first published in 1918 by Lu Xun one of the greatest writers in 20th century Chinese literature This short story is one of the fir This English and This English and Chinese bilingual edition of a A Madman's Diary was first published in by Lu Xun one of the greatest writers in th century Chinese literature This short story is one of the first and most influential modern works written in vernacular Chinese and would become a cornerstone of the New Culture Movement The st. Wanting to eat men at the same time afraid of being eaten themselves they all look at each other with the deepest suspicion How comfortable life would be for them if they could rid themselves of such obsessions and go to work walk eat and sleep at ease They have only this one step to take Yet fathers and sons husbands and wives brothers friends teachers and students sworn enemies and even strangers have all joined in this conspiracy discouraging and preventing each other from taking this stepI've read this kind of diary too many timesMay 19 19 Later on my blog

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Ory was often referred to as China's first modern short story This book is selected as one of The Best Books of All Time The diary form was inspired by Nikolai Gogol's short story Diary of a Madman as was the idea of the madman who sees reality clearly than those around him The madman sees cannibalism both in his family and. Read in the original Chinese It is very disturbing to follow logical prose that nonchalantly expresses illogical ideas And the ending 沒有吃過人的孩子,或者還有? is something else

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狂人日記The village around him and he then finds cannibalism in the Confucian classics which had long been credited with a humanistic concern for the mutual obligations of society and thus for the superiority of Confucian civilization The story was read as an ironic attack on traditional Chinese culture and a call for a New Cultur. Super intriguing brought to mind The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gillman