-Award winning writer Xue Mo will exhibit at the Frankfurt Buchmesse 2022 literary works that portray life in China western
FRANKFURTGermany, October 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Chinese writer Xue Mo has brought more than thirty books, including his famous work into the desertto present a thematic exhibition at the China International Book Trading Corporation (“CIBTC”) booth at the 74th Frankfurter Buchmesse, and plans to hold talks with publishers and international organizations to discuss cooperation on copyright of the books.
Frankfurt Buchmesse, which will be held from October 19 to 23 in Germany, is the world’s largest trade center for digital and print content, and the annual book extravaganza is considered “the indicator of world cultures.” At booth 6.2 B110, CIBTC will exhibit some of the Chinese literary giant’s best-known books, along with Selected Stories by Xue Mo, a collection of wonderful stories about the culture, life and spirit of the China Western, which has been translated into more than 20 languages.
Cultural scholar and prolific writer, author of more than one hundred literary and cultural works, Xue Mowhose real name is Chen Kaihong, creates in his books a myriad of characters with his unique spirituality and powerful imagination, who transport his readers to the heart of rural western China. China to witness his struggle, his love, his death and his faith in search of hope and eternity.
Xue Mo He has been nominated three times for the Mao Dun Literature Prize, one of the most prestigious in Chinaand among his best-known works worldwide are Desert Rites or White Tiger Pass. Their Suosalangan epic poem of eighty thousand lines and more than a million words, stemming from his own study and lifelong practice, helps fill the gap in epic poetry in Chinese literary history, which is also acclaimed by the literary criticism as one of the greatest epic fantasies whose majestic scope rivals The Lord of the Rings Y A Song of Ice and Fire.
into the desert a story included in the complete novel by Xue Mo White Tiger PassIt is steeped in symbolism. It is a fable about human destiny, a story of two interdependent women -Lanlan and Ying’er- who venture into a desert in search of a new life. The dichotomous characters of the two heroines represent the contradictory mentality with which everyone can identify in the face of the struggles and pains of life, and their confrontation with the monstrous beasts of the desert, the dholes, symbolizes the inevitable dangers that lurk in the world. road to freedom. Their perseverance, composure and fearlessness allow them to finally get out of danger, and it is also these qualities that helped Xue Mo, and everyone related to the story, to navigate their own desert. The wisdom that flows from his fingertips enlightens the hearts of countless readers.
“The desire to seek hope is not limited to people who live in West China or in the country, but is shared by all mankind. They may expect different things and find hope through different means, but one word can define what they are really after: eternity. All human beings try to pursue eternity, be it eternal health, happiness, relationship or love. To do this, each one ventures into his own desert,” he added.
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