E–pub 第七天


  • Hardcover
  • 224
  • 第七天
  • Yu Hua
  • English
  • 22 April 2019
  • 9780804197861

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Free read ✓ 第七天 Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free T he remains on the edges of society At age forty one he meets an accidental and unceremonious death Lacking the money for a burial plot he must roam the afterworld aimlessly without rest Over the course of seven days he encounters the souls of the people he’s lost   As Yang Fei retraces the path of his life we meet an extraordinary cast of characters his adoptive father his beautiful ex wife his neighbors who perished in the de. Often when I finish reading a novel I throw the book down on the tablechairfloor in happy manic exasperation fired up and eager to do to act Sometimes I can think of the future and leave satisfied I can t say I felt that way when I finished The Seventh Day but I loved it nonethelessI had previously read China in Ten Days Yu Hua s nonfiction collection about his days growing up during the Chinese collective era but I wasn t expecting a wonderful novel about death and satisfaction from the witty and humorous writer I previously met The Seventh Day speaks about the line between life and death and not just the transition but the space in between life and death past and future According to the funeral custom that Yu Hua describes a body must be cremated and buried in its own burial plot to move into the world of eternal rest Yang Fei the main character is a specter coming to terms with the death of his father and former wife He s stuck in limbo after death without a burial plot or cremationYang Fei always lived in between past and future existing without a plan and imbued with a murky past When he discovers that those pasts and futures may exist he doesn t know how to handle it So he wanders through the mists of his semi afterlife communing with those integral to whom he is and looking for his father while trying to find himselfThe novel is a fascinating commentary on how in China the relationship of money power happiness and good deeds has changed China s fascination with death dominates but death isn t always a bad thing It s inevitable but not unpleasant Not perfect but permissible Yu Hua captures that essence Broken Flowers: And Other Stairways to Heaven edges of society At age forty one he meets an accidental and unceremonious death Lacking the money for a burial plot he must roam the afterworld aimlessly without rest Over the course of seven days he Niedźwiedź w cieniu smoka encounters the souls of the people he’s lost   As Yang Fei retraces the path of his life we meet an Wretched Chastity The Mail Order Brides of Boot Creek #1 extraordinary cast of characters his adoptive father his beautiful Leading Snowflakes ex wife his neighbors who perished in the de. Often when I finish reading a novel I throw the book down on the tablechairfloor in happy manic Fuehrer Directives and Other Top Level Directives of the German Armed Forces 1942 1945 exasperation fired up and Doxycycline: The Doctors Recommended Antibiotics Solution for Treating Infections caused by Bacterial such as Acne, Chlamydia, Lyme, Chest Infection, Malaria and STI’s Fast and Effectively eager to do to act Sometimes I can think of the future and leave satisfied I can t say I felt that way when I finished The Seventh Day but I loved it nonethelessI had previously read China in Ten Days Yu Hua s nonfiction collection about his days growing up during the Chinese collective The Invisible Bridge era but I wasn t The Balts expecting a wonderful novel about death and satisfaction from the witty and humorous writer I previously met The Seventh Day speaks about the line between life and death and not just the transition but the space in between life and death past and future According to the funeral custom that Yu Hua describes a body must be cremated and buried in its own burial plot to move into the world of Miotła i krzyż Kultura sprzątania w dawnej Holandii albo historia pewnej obsesji eternal rest Yang Fei the main character is a specter coming to terms with the death of his father and former wife He s stuck in limbo after death without a burial plot or cremationYang Fei always lived in between past and future Pulse existing without a plan and imbued with a murky past When he discovers that those pasts and futures may Hasidism: A New History exist he doesn t know how to handle it So he wanders through the mists of his semi afterlife communing with those integral to whom he is and looking for his father while trying to find himselfThe novel is a fascinating commentary on how in China the relationship of money power happiness and good deeds has changed China s fascination with death dominates but death isn t always a bad thing It s inevitable but not unpleasant Not perfect but permissible Yu Hua captures that

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Free read ✓ 第七天 Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free From the acclaimed author of Brothers and To Live a major new novel that limns the joys and sorrows of life in contemporary China   Yang Fei was born on a moving train Lost by his mother adopted by a young switchman raised with simplicity and love he is utterly unprepared for the tempestuous changes that await him and his country As a young man he searches for a place to belong in a nation that is ceaselessly reinventing itself bu. 35 starsFollowing the dialectics of his courageous and hugely successful book China in Ten Words historically documenting the country s ungraceful leap out of the Cultural Revolution and the standoff that ended in bloodshed in the Tiananmen Suare Massacre Yu Hua resurrects his critical perspectives on China s rapid economic growth society s suicide by over consumerism and the country s uncontrolled catapult into modernization micromanaged by corrupt government officials in The Seventh DayA NovelTutor Yang Fei awakens to foggy thoughts and surreal surroundings unrecognizable even to himself finding that his body is covered in wounds and his face rearranged in the style of a Picasso He s prompted to be on time at the funeral parlor and drifts slowly into the realization that he is dead Between the traffic and the bus that doesn t arrive he is late anyway to the crematorium only to discover a packed waiting room As with any democratic system he must take a number for his turn while the newly arrived VIPs gloating about their opulent burial plots with scenic views are lavishly catered to first Without a grave where will you go Rather than wait not only is he inappropriately dressed for the occasion he has no burial plot and no one on the otherside to bury him Yang Fei ventures on a walkabout a sort of deadman s odyssey in limbo which appears to me to be the transitional state of bardo as described in The Tibetan Book of the Dead As the deadman meanders through Hua s not so demonic but poetic vision of the afterlife amidst blurry scenes of spiraling windswept snow flakes that sometimes catch a reflective sunbeam tame down and clear his path Yang discovers the horrific manmade causes for the multitude of restless souls still floating aimlessly unmourned and isolated within this lifeless realm He hears reports of high seated officials suppressing political scandals by any means necessary the brutal abuse of prisoners held without sufficient grounds a corrupt police force who acknowledge that people who arrive at the public security bureau with backpacks are normally there to deliver bribes monstrous coverups even within the walls of medical establishments as the products of abortions are dumped into rivers population control is a national policy after all The twenty seven babies were medical refuse and the hospital did nothing wrong trash has to be dumped after all deadlines on projects to raise the people s standard of living take precedent over consideration of those very lives as the destruction of private homes proceed whilst occupied by their residents the impoverished reduced to living in abandoned underground bomb shelters are driven to make uick cash by donating their organs too poor to even afford death since dying is such an expensive business these days Such hot topics most surely make headlines in the media possibly are even commonplace as the West is apt to thinkHua sees the mutilation of China s greatest commodity its people by the jaws of the awakening Dragon too eager to feed its ferocious insatiable appetite yet his usual prickly opinions of the aftershocks of TCR as sharply observed in Boy in the Twilight Stories of the Hidden China are toned down in The Seventh Day A Novel Tales of poverty displacement and complete isolation from loved ones serve to unveil fragments of memories for Yang who could then reflect on his personal loss and severed relationship from his adopted father in a very touching story that almost seems like a personal meditation of the writer himself Who knows In any case Hua is to be applauded for the whiff of sentimentality He veers the reader specifically toward the psycho social effects on the human condition on China s contemporary life that may well be hurdling to a disconsolate destiny How do I get the feeling that after death there s actually eternal life If you have a grave you have a resting place and if you do not have a grave you gain eternal life which do you think is better Is China s life after TCR moving to such a fate skeletal lifelessness roaming in limbo without really achieving a satisfactory goal that ultimate promise of rest in peace Hua s metaphoric afterlife of lush landscapes fruitful trees and flowers in bloom may seem as enticing as the superficial materialistic ideals the living are grasping at that for a brief moment his message seems to suggest that life in death is paradise There s no poverty here and no riches there s no sorrow and no pain no grievances and no hate Here everyone finds euality in death Not to be deceived In keeping with the belief that the Creator found rest on The Seventh Day we see a glorious celebration of one such restless soul finally finding her peace strong evidence that Hua has hope for China to be lifted out of its foggy haze to shine in everlasting glory and in the end wander far away from the land of the unburied I rated this 35 stars although any theme of afterlife well told will always possess me the powerful over the top avante garde expressionism that Hua is known for was missed in this work Still there are poetic imagery sentiment and touches of humor in both of Hua s worlds the living and the dead to satiate his fans and anyone with an interest in China present and futureRead June 15th 2015

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Free read ✓ 第七天 Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Molition of their homes Traveling on he sees that the afterworld encompasses all the casualties of today’s China the organ sellers the young suicides the innocent convicts as well as the hope for a better life to come Yang Fei’s passage maps the contours of this vast nation its absurdities its sorrows and its soul Vivid urgent and panoramic The Seventh Day affirms Yu Hua’s place as the standard bearer of modern Chinese fictio. I think I ve just found a new favourite This novel was insightful witty funny and powerful So happy I came across this book Will be reading Hua s previous work


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    E–pub 第七天 There's a pretty devastating critiue of materialism here set in an odd magical realism story about a guy who wakes up dead and slowly talks to people he used to know and remembers things about his life The book is divided into 7 days

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    E–pub 第七天 Free read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Yu Hua Summary 第七天 What an unusual book It’s told by Yang Fei a 41 year old Chinese man who has just died The book covers the first seven days of his experiences in the afterlife which isn’t perhaps how you or I might imagine it but isn’t ridiculously fantastic either In the course of these seven days Yang Fei meets various deceased people he’s known

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    Summary 第七天 Free read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Yu Hua Yu Hua ☆ 2 Download Often when I finish reading a novel I throw the book down on the tablechairfloor in happy manic exasperation fired up and eager to do to act Sometimes I can think of the future and leave satisfied I can't say I felt that way when I finished The Seventh Day but I loved it nonethelessI had previously read China in Ten Days Yu Hua's nonfiction collection about his days growing up during the Chinese collective era but I wasn't expec

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    Free read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Yu Hua E–pub 第七天 A mixture of surreal fantasy and absurd real life At first I found myself so disoriented that I wasn't sure I'd keep going but I just kept getting sucked in even though I wasn't sure what was happeningIt's best no

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    E–pub 第七天 I think I've just found a new favourite This novel was insightful witty funny and powerful So happy I came across this book Will be reading Hua's previous work

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    E–pub 第七天 Summary 第七天 Wanted to preface by saying Yu Hua's To Live and Brothers are among my all time favorites They brought many characters to life in their rawest forms As such 10 years since Brothers was published I had a certain expectation of Yu Hua's hyped up new work As it is short I expected it to come with a punch Instead

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    E–pub 第七天 Only my second book by the author but what I notice is his wonderful way of weaving things together seamlessly I enjoyed this metaphorical novel that's full of political commentary and should be on my way to preparing myself for his opus To Live

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