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Gao Xingjian

Gao Xingjian (高行健 in pinyin: gao1 xing2 jiang4) is a Chinese language storyteller, translator, dramatist, director, critic, and artist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2000. He was born on January 4, 1940 in Ganzhou[?], Jiangxi province, China and is now a French citizen.

  • Works of Gao Xingjian in German
    • The bus station: a lyric comedy from the VR China /over of Chang and Wolfgang Kubin Hsien chen. - Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1988.
    • Escape: a modern tragedy /over of Helmut Forster Forster-Latsch and Marie Marie-Luise Latsch. - Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1992. - [ appendix: Escape and literature of Gao Xingjian ]
    • At the border between lives and death /over of Marks of Renné// booklet for East Asian literature. NR 13 November 1992.
    • Basting, Monica, Yeren: Tradition and avant-garde in Gao Xingjians play "the wild ones" (1985). - Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1988. - [ Includes the text in the original Chinese and in German ]
    • Hard man, Sascha, and/or NO (1992): a drama of Gao Xingjian . - Bochum: Project publishing house, 1999.
  • Literature
    • Trees on the Mountain: at Anthology OF new Chinese Writing /OD. by Stephen C Soong and John min Ford. - Hong Kong: The Chinese U.P., copilot 1984.
    • Gao Xingjian, le moderniste // La Chine aujourd'hui NO 41, septembre 1986.
    • Basting, Monica, Yeren: Tradition and avant-garde in Gao Xingjians play "the wild ones" . - Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1988.
    • Lodén, Torbjoern, World Literature with Chinese Characteristics: On A Novel by Gao Xingjian // Stockholm journal OF East Asian Studies 4, 1993.
    • Lee, Gregory B., Chinese Writing and of exiles . - center OF East Asian Studies RK the Universtity OF Chicago, 1993.
    • Gao Xingjian, The Voice OF the individual // Stockholm journal OF East Asian Studies 6, 1995.
    • Lee, Mabel, Without Politics: Gao Xingjian on Literary Creation // Stockholm journal OF East Asian Studies 6, 1995.
    • Lee, Mabel, Pronouns as Protagonists: Gao Xingjian's Lingshan as Autobiography // Colloquium OF the Sydney Society OF Literature and Aesthetics RK the Univ. OF Sydney. Draft PAPER the 3-4 Oct. 1996.
    • Lee, Mabel, personnel Freedom in Twentieth Century China: Reclaiming the Self in Yang Lian's Yi and Gao Xingjian's Lingshan // History, Literature and Society. - Sydney: Sydney Studies in Society and Culture 15, 1996.
    • Outer one plus près you réel: dialogues sur l'écriture 1994-1997, entretiens avec Denis Bourgeois /trad. par Noeel et Liliane Dutrait. - La route of d'Aigues: l'Aube, 1997.
    • Lee, Mabel, Gao Xingjian's Lingshan/Soul Mountain: Modernism and the Chinese Writer // Heat 4, 1997.
    • Calvet, Robert, Gao Xingjian, le peintre de l'âme // Brèves NO 56, more hiver 1999.
    • Zhao, Henry Y.H., Towards A decaying Zen Theatre: Gao Xingian and Chinese Theatre Experimentalism . - London: School OF Oriental and African Studies, 2000.



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