Is it because Mo Yan novels opposed to the Chinese government won the Nobel Prize for Literature?
Here's a question that comes to mind immediately:
Answer might be (yes)
Political risk factors exist
Is the first Chinese writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature
But there are other reports point to the fact that
dissident Liu Xiaobo and the peace prize
Swedish Academy has announced that awards the Nobel winning Chinese writer Mo Yan Nobel Prize for Literature in 2012.
The secretary announced academic (Peter Englund) prize winner, worth eight million Swedish crowns, equivalent to (one million two hundred thousand U.S. dollars), said:
"Nobel Prize for Literature for 2012 was awarded to Chinese writer Mo Yan, marked by blending realistic hallucinations popular tales and contemporary history."
It seems that another of his novels are made by the Special Committee emphasizes winning prize
This is possible only Ward
Where's latest novel Mo Yan "frogs", which was published in China in 2009, criticizing the Chinese government on the policies followed in family planning to have a child one.
We hope the next prize away from politics