With Mo Yan, Nobel committee gives a nod to the might of modern China
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With Mo Yan, Nobel committee gives a nod to the might of modern China

Beijing : China | Oct 12, 2012 at 4:32 PM PDT
Source: The Globe & Mail
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Story Those statements have often been muddled, especially where the politics have concerned superpowers on the rise or wane. The decision this week to award the 2012 prize to the Chinese novelist Mo Yan may be an especially awkward example of the Nobel's non-literary instincts, but it isn't new. FULL ARTICLE AT The Globe & Mail
 
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