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    Milan Kundera: The Wandering Writer Who Influenced Generations of Readers

      On July 11, local time, 94-year-old Milan Kundera (Milan Kundera) died of illness in his apartment in Paris, France. The news shocked the world.   He was nominated several times for the Nobel Prize in Literature, but never won it, and his position in the world literary world has long been established.   In China, famous writers such as Mo Yan, Wang Anyi, and Yu Hua are all his readers, and works such as Wang Xiaobo’s “Golden Age” are also considered to be some kind of “copying” of him. In addition to profoundly influencing several generations of authors at different levels such as perspective, novel aesthetics, and narrative techniques, some of Kundera’s…

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    Czeslaw Milosz: A Life in Words

    Today is the birthday of Polish poet and writer Czeslaw Milosz (June 30, 1911 – August 14, 2004). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1980 for his work “with uncompromising insight, which describes the nakedness of human beings in a world of violent conflict”. His life is the chronicle of the past century, and he has tasted the bitterness and pain of that century. He recorded everything he experienced and thought in his poems, novels and essays. His works deeply analyzed the spiritual crisis of the contemporary world, insisted on the moral responsibility of intellectuals, and opened a dialogue with the ancient Polish literary tradition. Among all the works…

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