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☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ 狼图腾 By Jiang Rong ❤ – Nessville.me An epic Chinese tale in the vein of The Last Emperor Wolf Totem depicts the dying culture of the Mongols the ancestors of the Mongol hordes who at one time terrorized the world and the parallel extincPDF Epub 狼图腾 By Jiang Rong Nessvilleme An epic Chinese tale in the vein of The Last Emperor Wolf Totem depicts the dying culture of the Mongols the ancestors of the Mongol hordes who at one time terrorized the world and the parallel extinc An epic Chinese tale in the vein of The Last Emperor Wolf Totem depicts the dying culture of the Mongols the ancestors of the Mongol hordes who at one time terrorized the world and the parallel extinction of the animal they believe to be sacred the fierce and otherworldly Mongolian wolf Published under a pen name Wolf Totem was a phenomenon in China breaking all sales records there and earning the distinction of being the second most read book after Mao's little red book There has been much international excitement too to date rights have been sold in thirteen countries Wolf Totem is set in s China the time o

F the Great Leap Forward on the eve of the Cultural Revolution Searching for spirituality Beijing intellectual Chen Zhen travels to the pristine grasslands of Inner Mongolia to live among the nomadic Mongols a proud brave and ancient race of people who coexist in perfect harmony with their unspeakably beautiful but cruel natural surroundings Their philosophy of maintaining a balance with nature is the ground stone of their religion a kind of cult of the wolf The fierce wolves that haunt the steppes of the unforgiving grassland searching for food are locked with the nomads in a profoundly spiritual battle for survival a life and death dance that has gone on between them for thousands of years The Mongols believe that the wolf is a great and worthy foe that they are divinely instructed to contend with but also to worship and to learn from Chen's own encounters with the otherworldly wolves awa

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狼图腾 pdf 狼图腾 KindleF the Great Leap Forward on the eve of the Cultural Revolution Searching for spirituality Beijing intellectual Chen Zhen travels to the pristine grasslands of Inner Mongolia to live among the nomadic Mongols a proud brave and ancient race of people who coexist in perfect harmony with their unspeakably beautiful but cruel natural surroundings Their philosophy of maintaining a balance with nature is the ground stone of their religion a kind of cult of the wolf The fierce wolves that haunt the steppes of the unforgiving grassland searching for food are locked with the nomads in a profoundly spiritual battle for survival a life and death dance that has gone on between them for thousands of years The Mongols believe that the wolf is a great and worthy foe that they are divinely instructed to contend with but also to worship and to learn from Chen's own encounters with the otherworldly wolves awa

10 thoughts on “狼图腾

  1. Sue Sue says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleThis has been a reading experience unlike any other for me Through the eyes of a Chinese student sent to Inner Mongolia as part of a volunteer program during the Cultural Revolution we see a nomadic way of life as it has existed for centuries and as it is on the verge of it's death before encr


  2. Alice Poon Alice Poon says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleI read the Chinese edition original of this novel and posted my review on June 18 2008 on Asia Sentinel's website I'm re posting it hereBefore dwelling on the good points let me just uickly point out the one thing that I found hardest to accept and that is the author’s tendency to explain away the weak disposition of the Chinese ethnic race with a simplistic rationale that it is due to the traditional sedentary agricultural lifestyle since the ancient times and then to attribute all glory and success in certain historic periods to the venturesome nomadic characteristics of China’s hunter gatherer tribes who came to be the rulers during those


  3. The Book Whisperer (aka Boof) The Book Whisperer (aka Boof) says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleI finished this book 2 days ago after having my head buried in it for 4 days and I just can't stop thinking about it It is the most wonderful book and has shot straight into my Top 5 of all timeFrom the very first page I was hooked Jiang Rong creates such a vivid and compelling narrative that I found myself similtaniously gripped with the story


  4. Debbie Zapata Debbie Zapata says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleFirst of all thanks to GR friend Alice for mentioning this book to me I would never have heard of it if not for our chats and it would have been such a shame to miss the experience of reading Wolf TotemThis is a novel based on the author's experiences as a student worker in Inner Mongolia from 1967 to 1979 While there he became fascinated by the wolves of the region and the life on the grassland Chen Zhen our main character is also a Han Chinese student who has been sent to the grasslands and becomes a sheepherder like the author did Chen connects mainly with an older Mongolian man named Bilgee one of the last true nomadic herdsmen of the area a man full of knowledge about both facts and myths relating to wolves and their place in the grasslands ecosystem


  5. Chrissie Chrissie says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleOK yesterday I finished it I have to give it 5 stars but I really NEED someone to answer one uestion Did the author really raise a wolf cub This is the one thing that is terrible about historical fiction being unsure what exactly is fiction and what is not I know that this has no real significance in this book but I need to know If somebody reads this and knows please send me a message The preface by the transla


  6. Astrobravo Astrobravo says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleI really like this book but its translation is a problem I have both the Chinese and the English versions and uite a bit of the original is left untranslated in the English releaseIn the Chinese edition there is a uote from a famous person both Western and Eastern before each chapter that sort of sets the theme for the chapter gives further insight into the political ideas in the story etc These uotes are completely omitted in the translated version In addition there is a 50 pages give or take dialogue with the reader at the end of the Chinese version that explains the


  7. Grace Tjan Grace Tjan says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleOld longings nomadic leap
Chafing at custom's chain;
Again from its brumal sleep
Wakens the ferine strainThe Wolf Totem like The Call of the Wild a book that it is often compared to calls for a return to unfettered nature with its individualism and harsh but utterly logical values The wolves don’t kill because they are cruel but because like all other living creatures they need to eat to sustain themselves The beautiful Inner Mongolian grassland which serves as the setting for this novel is not a peaceful Eden; it is a fiercely contested battleground where humans wolves and other animals have been waging war against each other since time immemorial Nature has its own system in which the constant warfare serves as a balancing measure that guarantees the survival of the grassland and all the species that depend on it The traditional Mongolian herdsmen understand this and strive to maintain th


  8. Whitaker Whitaker says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleI loved it Heartbreaking and pertinent Setting aside any reservations one might have about style one reads for many things style being only one of them I enjoyed the book most for its depiction of the social and bureaucratic processes of the Great Leap Forward and how these brought about the destruction of a culture and of an ecology The story has an urgent poignancy with its lessons wrapped in a nice little tale along the lines of Born Free but with a less happy ending Chen’s love for his Little Wolf and his agony at what he has done gripped me For those who think that the ecological destruction wrought is a uniuely communistChinese problem instead of communal farming think “large corporation”; for section head think “Director” and the parallels with rampant capitalism are clear When we seek to increase short term profit with little thought for


  9. Wendy Wendy says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleI consider this to be one of the most important books I've ever read I also think I need to make a GR shelf titled 'books that have made me cr


  10. Ethan Cramer-Flood Ethan Cramer-Flood says:

    Hardcover Ý 狼图腾 PDF Ì 狼图腾 pdf, 狼图腾 KindleApparently moving to China has slowed down my reading considerablyWolf Totem was a massive best seller here in 2005; despite being somewhat literary it broke every sales record the country has short of Mao's little red book It was also made into a movie that did eually well I decided to check it out to get a feel for modern pop literature zeitgeist in China but I think I suffered from a culture gap It's about a Beijing student sent to inner Mongolia during the cultural revolution in the 1960s He's there to be re educated by working with the nomadic herders part of Mao's nation wide wacky strategy against the elite While the main character is out on the plains with his Mongolian Chinese hosts he immerses himself in local wolf centric spirituality and even r


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