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Chinese writer Mo Yan wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature
October 11 , 2012
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A look up on the search engines opens up dozens of works published by Chinese author, Guan Moye (writes under the pseudonym Mo Yan) who was recently awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature.

Born in 17 February 1955 into a family of farmers in northeast Gaomi, Mo Yan’s work was first published in 1981. Since then, he has enjoyed a rich life of literary works that have been published in several local and international journals and translated into many languages.

In 2011, he won the Mao Dun Literature Prize.

 

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