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Auteurs Chinois en français: Mo Yan (1955 - ) - Prix Nobel de Littérature 2012



Né en 1955 dans une province rurale de Chine, Mo Yan quitte tôt l’école pour travailler aux champs puis s’enrôle dans l’armée où il commence à écrire. Il a publié plus de quatre-vingts nouvelles et une dizaine de romans. Ouvrages traduits en français: 
  • Beaux seins, belles fesses : Les enfants de la famille Shangguan de Yan Mo, Noël Dutrait et Liliane Dutrait (7 octobre 2005)
  • Grenouilles de Yan Mo et Chantal Chen-Andro (4 octobre 2012)
  • Le supplice du santal de Mo Yan et Chantal Chen-Andro (10 septembre 2009)
  • Le veau suivi de le coureur de fond de Yan Mo et François Sastourné (4 octobre 2012)
  • Le Pays de l'alcool de Yan Mo (16 février 2004)
  • La mélopée de l'ail paradisiaque de Yan Mo (9 octobre 2008)
  • Le maître a de plus en plus d'humour de Yan Mo et Noël Dutrait (20 avril 2006)
  • Quarante et un coups de canon de Yan Mo, Antoine Volodine, Noël Dutrait et Liliane Dutrait (3 octobre 2013)
  • Les Treize Pas de Yan Mo (16 février 2004)
  • La Carte au trésor de Yan Mo et Antoine Ferragne (28 septembre 2006)
  • Enfant de fer de Yan Mo et Chantal Chen-Andro (21 mars 2013)
  • Explosion de Yan Mo, Chantal Chen-Andro et Camille Loivier (1 mars 2004)

Photo de Mo Yan avec les autres candidats au prix Nobel






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