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[KINDLE] ❆ 少年巴比伦 By Lu Nei – Nessville.me Knowing nothing than the working class life he is born into headstrong Lu Xiaolu reluctantly starts down the path he is expected to follow At age nineteen in 1990s China he feels pressure to follow su[KINDLE] 少年巴比伦 By Lu Nei Nessville.me Knowing nothing than the working class life he is born into headstrong Lu Xiaolu reluctantly starts down the path he is expected to follow At age nineteen in 1990s China he feels pressure to follow su Knowing nothing than the working class life he is born into headstrong Lu Xiaolu relu.

Ctantly starts down the path he is expected to follow At age nineteen in s China he feels pressure to follow suit with those around him and takes a job at the town’s saccharin factory Slowly he adjusts to the bureaucratic factory routine making the best of the situation by bonding with coworkers flirting with girls and refusing to give in complete.

少年巴比伦 mobile 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBCtantly starts down the path he is expected to follow At age nineteen in s China he feels pressure to follow suit with those around him and takes a job at the town’s saccharin factory Slowly he adjusts to the bureaucratic factory routine making the best of the situation by bonding with coworkers flirting with girls and refusing to give in complete.

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Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 小说家,年生,任职于上海市作家协会。年在《收获》杂志发表长篇小说《少年巴比伦》而受到关注,至年,发表于《收获》和《人民文学》共五部长篇小说。年以《天使坠落在哪里》为最终篇完成万字的“追随三部曲”。Announcing himself as one of the least educated young writers in China Lu Nei seems to have profited rather than lost by a life that began in struggle Since the age of he held a series of menial jobs around China—drifting exploring fighting and observing His interest in li.

10 thoughts on “少年巴比伦

  1. N.L. Brisson N.L. Brisson says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBTake a trip to modern China with Lu Xiaolu It won’t be a fancy trip This young “outlaw” is only nineteen and he is uite poor He grew up in New Chemical Village near the chemical factory where his father worked He did not push himself in high school even though he would have chosen to be a shop assistant over a factory worker probably because he did not have a studious or obedient disposition His parents prepared him for his most probable destiny which would be a positon at the chemical factory This factory is old dingy dreary dirty dangerous and rat infested Some of the chemicals are volatile and industrial accidents are common But this novel is not all doom and gloom Lu Xiaolu while hardly always happy with his fate is young handsome and his audacious behavior entertains some of his coworkers and us and enrages othersOur peek into a 1990’s era Chinese facto


  2. Cecilia Cecilia says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBI really and truly enjoyed this book Would give it a 45 if I couldThe 30some year old narrator Lu Xiaolu muses on his experiences as a young saccharin factory worker in the 1990s The story oozes with satire self deprecating humor and bittersweet nostalgia that Xiaolu sometimes triesoftentimes doesn't try to conceal The tone of the narration is best represented in a line said by Bai Lan a girl he falls in love with at the factory who probably knew him better than he knew himself at the time You write poetry but you also fantasize about strapping a detonator to you


  3. Gail Moreland Gail Moreland says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBYoung BabylonI chose a five star rating because it was a 5 star book to me I don't have the means to travel And I try to read books about fat away places of any time period And prefer authors of these books to be from the same countryYoung Babylon is a title I am still trying to figure out Wealthy people at not in this book The characters are factoryworkers in the saccharin factory or the formaldehyde factoryMost of the characters are you


  4. Liam Dodd Liam Dodd says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBAn odd little book Somewhat lacking a real narrative it instead covers the musings and reflections of a factory worker in 1990's China during the industrialisation of the area As an insight into how the Chinese actually act it is a fascinating window into the standard teenage rebellion dissatisfaction with where your life is heading and the bonds of friends and lovers that you would expect to find in any contemporary Western novel For access to a certain view of life in China this book is definitely an interesting readThe lack of narrative and the choppy time line used does mean that some parts can feel slow and laborious to read but it doesn't stop it from being interesting as a whole Also Poppy Toland did an impressive job with the translation work


  5. Felicity Gibson Felicity Gibson says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBYoung BabylonLu NeiRead 9th July 2015 The whole setting is China in the 1990’s Lu Xiaolu gets a job at a saccharin factory and the whole day to day routines in the factory are described in fascinating detail He adjusts to the environment and makes the best of a bad situation by being headstrong and slightly out of step As the story develops a picture of the Chinese system as one of ignoring


  6. Stacy Stacy says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBAs others have noted this book does not have much of a plot arc but that is the point Neither does life Small things are big in an individual life Big things happen and then life goes on again in its dailiness In this book life happens in 1990s China in a factory I enjoyed this book It is unsentimental and the translator did a good job of explaining language jokes and allusions gracefully


  7. Ricka Ricka says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBOnce I got used to the depressive atmosphere in this book I really enjoyed the insights into the minds of factory workers and cadres during the 90ies in China After having finished the book I actually appreciated the story than during reading Hope that makes sense


  8. Chris Chris says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBVery funny realistic fiction Fun world to get wrapped up in for a while


  9. thePromoParrot thePromoParrot says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBYoung Babylon by Lu Nei is a satirical literary humor set in the nineties in China It is the story of a young and headstrong Lu Xiaolu who at the age of nineteen feels the strong need to find a work and thus begins his daily routine at a saccharin factory which the author described in fascinating details Insightful and delightfully funny the book offers a close look at the socio cultural life of the ChineseThrough his portrayal of Lu Xiaolu author Lu Nei crafted a pen picture of China which will surprise and shock many readers Yet it is an engrossing read a firsthand account of the culture and custom of the Chinese people and how the average peop


  10. Beck Frost Beck Frost says:

    Paperback Ó 少年巴比伦 Kindle Ì 少年巴比伦 mobile, 少年巴比伦 PDFEPUBI laughed a lot This is not a flowery account by any means and the main character is just as hard on himself as those around him He p


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