Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych

Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych By Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska, Prowadz cy umar ych Opowie ci prawdziwe Chiny z perspektywy nizin spo ecznych Zbi r blisko trzydziestu wywiad w z przedstawicielami najni szych warstw chi skiego spo ecze stwa W r d rozm wc w Liao Yiwu s m in handlarz lud mi kierownik szaletu publicznego mistrz feng shui tr
  • Title: Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych
  • Author: Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska
  • ISBN: 9788375362367
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych By Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska, Zbi r blisko trzydziestu wywiad w z przedstawicielami najni szych warstw chi skiego spo ecze stwa W r d rozm wc w Liao Yiwu s m in handlarz lud mi, kierownik szaletu publicznego, mistrz feng shui, tr dowaty, ch opski cesarz, lunatyk, piewak uliczny Ich opowie ci m wi nam r wnie wiele o yciu codziennym Chi czyk w yj cych na samym dole drabiny spo ecznej, ile o kulZbi r blisko trzydziestu wywiad w z przedstawicielami najni szych warstw chi skiego spo ecze stwa W r d rozm wc w Liao Yiwu s m in handlarz lud mi, kierownik szaletu publicznego, mistrz feng shui, tr dowaty, ch opski cesarz, lunatyk, piewak uliczny Ich opowie ci m wi nam r wnie wiele o yciu codziennym Chi czyk w yj cych na samym dole drabiny spo ecznej, ile o kulturowym bogactwie, wielosetletniej tradycji i skomplikowanej historii najnowszej tego kraju Oddaj c g os tym, jak to okre li Philip Gourevitch, zakneblowanym grupom spo ecze stwa , tym nieuznawanym przez Parti renegatom i pariasom, Liao Yiwu kre li pasjonuj cy i bardzo prawdziwy obraz Chin.
    Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych By Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska,
    • [EPUB] ✓ Free Download ↠ Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych : by Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska ↠
      204 Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska
    • thumbnail Title: [EPUB] ✓ Free Download ↠ Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych : by Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska ↠
      Posted by:Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska
      Published :2020-04-11T16:33:22+00:00

    About "Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska"

    1. Liao Yiwu Agnieszka Pokojska

      Liao Yiwu is a writer, musician, and poet from Sichuan, China He is a critic of the Chinese regime, for which he has been imprisoned, and the majority of his writings are banned in China Liao is the author of The Corpse Walker and God Is Red He has received numerous awards for his work, including the prestigious 2012 Peace Prize awarded by the German Book Trade and the Geschwister Scholl Preis in 2011 for the publication of his memoir in Germany.

    742 thoughts on “Prowadzący umarłych. Opowieści prawdziwe. Chiny z perspektywy nizin społecznych”

    1. Wonderful interviews with Chinese people, reminiscent of Mayhew s London Labour and The London Poor The accounts of life during the cultural revolution and the starvation that followed the Great Leap Forward are chilling, but the people are never less than fascinating.

    2. I really try to avoid should ing on people my dad always says it s like sh t ing on people , however I ll make an exception in this case.You should read this book,because should know this story.And you should be prepared These people will make an impression.The stories are short, you can take the book in little intellectual bites The Corpse Walker is filled with life stories from people who lived during the Cultural Revolution 1966 1976 in china With depictions of daily life the book provides an [...]

    3. One of the most fascinating things about this book is how it came to be Liao Yiwu is constantly on the run from the Chinese government, has been jailed, tortured, and forced to be a wandering street musician The text for this book was smuggled out of China and published for the rest of the world to read, and wow, what a read Yiwu interviews the members of the lowest rungs in Chinese society like the public toilet manager, a leper, a grave robber, a father who lost his son in the Tiananmen massac [...]

    4. This was definitely interesting as far as the culture of China goes The stories these people had to tell, in interview style, were very personal Many history books glaze over the little people , but these people told the story of how China s government functioned as far as the lay man is concerned There s a lot to be learnt from their sacrifices, considering what they did could be considered a crime in China Read it if you are interested in politics, Chinese history culutre politics or, for hist [...]

    5. years ago, i heard bout that this poet had been persecuted by comm motherfuckers in different ways when he was in prison 4 diff ones of transference in order not to let the international society to notice, and torture and insult and means of suffering, etc, of course, as well as his pregnant wife, FUCK is that and he d tried to commit suicide for at least 2 times but was lucky enough to escape to germany thereafteri really wish there cud be people that lucky just like himand i wish someday i ca [...]

    6. I really enjoyed God is Red The Secret Story of How Christianity Survived and Flourished in Communist China, though enjoy is an odd word to use Perhaps I should say, I got a lot out of it So I was eager to read this, Yiwu s first book, which is was banned in China He writes about a life he knows, having been a political prisoner, street musician, and man on the run for many years From the simply unfortunate to the conmen and thieves, we are introduced to the marginalised members that no society [...]

    7. Liao Yiwo, a poet and political prisoner, became interested in others on the outskirts of Chinese society He performed interviews, some of which were risky, with people who didn t fit in modern times Old people who remembered traditional ways like the corpse walker people who had suffered under Mao s purges, people who had been marginalized by recent accommodations with capitalism Although Liao travels a bit, most of the interviews take place around Chengdu, his home The 26 stories in this book [...]

    8. This is the best oral history of China I ve read and I ve read many filled with pathos and humor and crassness and I really appreciate the care in which the journalist and his translator asked questions often challenging or prodding the source and creating a narrative Amazing stories, about people who walked corpses home, who ran public toilets, Rightest love stories.

    9. Did you know that Confucius was once a professional mourner, paid to put on a good show at funerals No Neither did I until I started reading this collection of stories from Liao Yiwu, a dissident author, oral historian and poet from Sichuan Province in China who was due to visit Australia in May, but as of yesterday May 9th has been refused permission to travel by the authorities.Some time very soon indeed, China s economic output is going to exceed America s In my lifetime and yours, they will [...]

    10. Spo iatku bolo dos a k sa do knihy za ta , hlavne kv li plne odli n mu mysleniu, kult re a ivotu anov, ale akon hle sa do toho lovek raz dostane, je to skvel sonda do ivota ud v tejto udnej krajine.Plus m u m a kniha aj za to, e nezobrazuje ka d ho chud ka ako dobr ka, ktor mu len osud nedo i il, ve a objektov rozhovorov boli vylo ene nesympatick udia.

    11. Living in China was like living in a fast forwarded Wheel of Fate You might be at the top at the moment, then before you knew it, suddenly you were crushed mercilessly under the wheel Those who had affiliations however slight with supporters of Chiang Kai Sek were overnight declared enemy of the state Nationalist, Rightist, Counter revolutionist , wiping out any possible futures they might have Land owners, factory owners, and people of means had their assets confiscated and were plunged to the [...]

    12. Not what I expected The book opens with two stories about funerals and corpse walking and closes with a few interesting pieces about blind musicians and career criminals, but everything in between Classify under, What Appalling Things Happened to Me During the Cultural Revolution and The Even More Appalling Things I Did to Other People During the Cultural Revolution I understand that there was no escape from the Cultural Revolution and I guess I should have realized that for anyone over the age [...]

    13. Reading horribly depressing angry making books is sort of my thing But damn, The Corpse Walker really did me in Story after story of horrific things that the oppressive Chinese government has done to its people, horrific things people do to each other, and the horrific things people survive and keep on being people.The stories are all interviews, done by Liao Yiwu, who is himself not in favorable standing with the Chinese government The conversational style of the interviews is lovely Liao is no [...]

    14. Kdybych m la vybrat jeden rozhovor ze v ech, pak s p nem provozuj c m ve ejn z chodky, ten se mi v n l bil Jinak pro m byla etba Hovor utrpen m, by zdaleka ne takov m, jako ivot pro ztracence, s kter mi si Liao Yiwu pov dal Z osud v t iny z nich na m sedla zkost Nev m, kdy naposled jsem etla n co tak skli uj c ho Na l en pom r v nsk m v zen m nep ipravila ani etba drsn ch krimi u nich lov k v , e je to fikce U jen za autorovu ob anskou anga ovanost zaplacenou v zn n m a exilem, by si Hovory se s [...]

    15. There s a lot to unpack here about Mao s Cultural Revolution, the Great Leap Forward and all the terrible repercussions it had on the ordinary people of China That said, this book was not without its own hilarity Upon interviewing a migrant worker in Chengdu LIAO If you were so poor, why did you keep having children ZHAO I am penniless I have no luck with money at all That s my fate But my dick is not willing to accept fate.Review to come.

    16. Liao I wu je p n, kterej v p edve er krveprolit na N m st nebesk ho klidu napsal b se Krveprolit V p edve er Nejen za takov dleho Nostradama pak musel do basy nskej re im moc nefand kritice a Tvrd k to taky ur it upln neschvaloval nsk basa neni dnej med a tak tam Liao nemohl posilovat a st, jako je tradic v americkejch filmech a m sto toho byl mu en a m lem byl bi em zni en Krom toho u b hem basov n za al pracovat na Hovorech se spodinou.Hovory se spodinou je 25 p b h lid , kter nevlastn Slavii [...]

    17. A few years ago, my husband and I visited China It was the best vacation I have ever had China has so much history, culture, and ancient artifacts We climbed the Great Wall and saw the terra cotta warriors Also, we were there on Buddha s birthday, and we celebrated by eating a bowl of noodles a traditional birthday food in celebration with the Chinese with chopsticks This is done by scooping big groups of noodles at one time, and tipping the bowl to drink the broth We visited Tiananmen Square, a [...]

    18. When I travel to a foreign country, I take books about that country that will challenge and provoke me as well as give me insight that I couldn t uncover by myself I just finished reading The Corpse Walker in Beijing, which I had downloaded to my Kindle before leaving because it s banned in China I make no apologies for being a democratic socialist, but I will always resist and challenge any system that bans free speech, freedom of assembly and the right to shine light on the darker corners of s [...]

    19. The Corpse Walker dives into stories of the lives of ordinary citizens of the People s Republic of China The Communist Party and the Cultural Revolution are the dominant topics in this collection, as elderly and adult Chinese reminisce about their lives Some men illegally walk a corpse an untold number of miles to be buried in its hometown An unapologetic human trafficker relives his glory days in prison A man who runs a public toilet talks about the Cultural Revolution and life in a turbulent m [...]

    20. Between the years 1993 and 2006, Liao Yiwu conducted a series of interviews in China, collecting oral histories that present a view of people from the lowest rungs of Chinese society The Corpse Walker is the amalgamation of those interviews, often done at great peril to the Liao, because the Chinese government does not want people to know that the new China is often not an improvement for some of it s citizens.I ve read a lot about China, but this collection of interviews is especially enlighten [...]

    21. Lektura ci kostrawna, bo historie w niej zawarte nie s strawne i nie powinny by Powinny pozosta jak zadra, kt ra nieustannie przypomina, jaki ludzie zgotowali sobie, i nadal gotuj innym ludziom, los Chiny po lekturze wywiad w Yiwu jawi si jak czarna dziura i blizna, kt ra rozla a si nie tylko na przyrod i kultur Chin, ale przede wszystkim na ludzki umys i serca dusze Te potworne opowie ci, wiadectwa ludzkiego zniewolonia i upadku w ka dym aspekcie jego bytu budz groz i bezbrze ny smutek Czytelni [...]

    22. Liao Yiwu has had an extraordinary life He nearly starved to death in the famine that followed Mao s Great Leap Forward , his family was condemned by Mao for being rightist and Liao himself was imprisoned and tortured for writing poetry that simply expressed the heartfelt desires of many Chinese for reform.Now living as a street musician, this gifted writer has focused his considerable talents on giving the Chinese underclass a voice This book is a series of interviews with outsiders who have be [...]

    23. This book is an eye opening, often disturbing, look at life inside China over the course of its turbulent political history It was not quite what I expected There are some interviews with people in various professions, which is what I anticipated, but much of this book is about those who have been considered dissidents or counterrevolutionaries, who have been imprisoned and or suffered harsh treatment and even torture for their practices or beliefs I came away from this book with a much greater [...]

    24. A series of interviews of the poor and oppressed in China I don t think the translator captured the true feel of the original standard Mandarin, because the language was extremely clunky However, I was still caught up in the stories, which all inevitably included beatings by the Red Guard, cold hearted actions by the Communist Party, and the details of the everyday lives of Chinese peasants What popped up the most The Great Leap Forward was a total disaster, and Chairman Mao sucks I m getting ri [...]

    25. I had to take periodic breaks while reading the interviews, simply because the tales of woe and suffering were overwhelming at times The horrors inflicted upon their own people during Mao s reign made me ill the Cultural Revolution, the Great Leap Forward, the Red Guards How could one not compare this brutal history to the genocides of Pol Pot, Pinochet, Hitler and Stalin And yet there are kitschy cool appropriations of Mao here in the US I myself have participated in this, even buying Mao light [...]

    26. Excellent book to read Fourth of July weekend especially when we are not always happy with the policies of our nation Reminds us that for many in the world basic freedoms like expressing a simple opinion and choosing one s own job are either dangerous or non existent.Great for sermon illustrations, you preachers out there Think Labor Day This is a Chinese version of Terkel s Working.

    27. Vylo en mraz z toho, e a koli na nem e b t kulturou, n turou, histori a tak n jak v m rozd ln j od eskoslovenska a ostatn i eska a Slovenska , tak jak moc jsou ty osudy a p b hy nejen z dob revoluce shodn s p b hy od n s.

    28. Depressing and raw, and required reading for China s followers and friends Will the CPC ever atone for its crimes

    29. This in an absolutely amazing collection of people quickly becoming extinct interviewed in China by a fascinating and brave interviewer From The Professional Mourner Our wailing sounds authentic than that of the children or relatives of the deceased These tunes Sending off the Spirit, Pursuing the Spirit, Requiem, Calling the Spirit, Farewell from Family Members, The Ultimate Sorrow, Sealing the Coffin, Transcending to Heaven, Burial, One Last Look, The Searing Pain, and Oh I am So Sad have bee [...]

    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *