Breaking Out of China’s Silences

Wang Xiaobo

Breaking Out of China’s Silences

“Wang Xiaobo seemed to have come out of nowhere, and he left nearly as quickly, dying of a heart attack in 1997, at age 44. In just a few years he wrote an avalanche of novels, stories, essays and newspaper articles, many of them published posthumously.” My review of his most significant work, just published in The New York Times Book Review.

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