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I si vizioneaza filme nord coreene sau albaneze pe care le joaca apoi in fata satenilor Usa evadarii li se intredeschide insa prin lectura la lumina lampii departe de privirile vigilente ale primarului satului a marilor autori occidentali pusi la index Si prima care trece dincolo de ea este Micuta Croitoreasa iubita unuia dintre protagonisti – si ea reeducata dar sentimental de Balzac. This is a gentle magical book uite unlike any other I have ever read The author really gets into the minds of the two boys and the seamstress and the tiny colourful life they create together despite the poverty of mountain village and the oppression of the Cultural Revolution The ending is just perfect too

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Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse chinoiseBalzac si Micuta Croitoreasa chineza este o la Petite ePUB #10003 marturie originala a unui episod dramatic din perioada maoista de „reeducare“ a tinerilor „intelectuali“ cel mai adesea adolescenti cu liceul neinceput in sate izolate din regiuni Balzac et MOBI #234 montaneRomanul aduce in prim plan doi adolescenti fii de medici considerati „dusmani ai poporului“ trimisi la ?. Two urban Chinese boys 17 and 18 when the story starts are sent to a farming village to do rural work as part of their “re education” under Mao’s cultural revolution Their terms are indefinite because their parents doctors and dentists were considered bourgeois enemies of the people The author was himself “re educated” in China between 1971 and 1974 and has lived in France since 1984 The book is translated from the French All the universities were closed and all boys and girls who had graduated from high school were sent off Math physics and chemistry were dropped from the school curriculum and replaced by agricultural and industrial texts The work the boys do is brutal farm work done by all the peasants in this village They are human pack animals carrying buckets of human and animal excrement up hills to fertilize fields; plowing in mud behind water buffalo; working naked on their hands and knees in a coal mine They are in an isolated village so lost in time that people are barefoot and there are no doctors or dentists; But there is a gleam of hope One boy has brought his violin and instead of it being destroyed he entertains the villagers by playing “Mozart is Thinking of Chairman Mao” His companion has a pocket watch that no one in the village has ever seen and he’s also a great storyteller so much so that the headman sends the boys off to a distant village for two days a month to watch movies and come back to the village to relate the plots They encounter and steal a trove of forbidden western books – Balzac Stendhal Dumas Flaubert Rousseau Tolstoy Dostoevsky Dickens Kipling Bronte and Melville The narrator thinks that Jean Christophe by Romain Rolland was particularly life changing for him There’s some romance when both boys fall in love with the tailor’s daughter the seamstress With the brutal lives of the peasants as background the real theme is the enlightenment that comes from reading and how it can change lives

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Read & Download Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse chinoise ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Þ [Download] ➸ Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse chinoise ➽ Dai Sijie – Balzac si Micuta Croitoreasa chineza este o marturie originala a unui episod dramatic din perioada maoi??reeducare“ pe Muntele Fenixului Ceresc in plina Revolutie Culturala Inarmati cu o vioara cu un desteptator si mai et la Petite eBook #184 tarziu cu traducerile interzise ale lui Balzac Stendhal Flaubert Dumas Hugo Dostoievski Dickens Melville Rolland acestia isi executa muncile menite sa le invioreze constiinta revolutionara cara excremente cu spinarea lucreaza in mina si in orezari. Sweet charming story with a fable uality The story revolves around a part of history that I feel somewhat ignorant about the story takes place during the Chinese cultural revolution a time in history where communism was a means to suppress and take away individuality Life is controlled under the regime of Mao Zedong chairman of the Chinese communist party and restrictions take place where revolutionary literature is forbidden and higher learning is discouraged a time when boys where taken away from their towns and then placed into primitive little villages with the sole purpose of reeducation The main characters the two boys in this book find a surprising escape from their harsh daily activities when they stumble upon a suitcase full of forbidden works of western fiction and their whole world suddenly opens up I love the simplicity of this story and the uirky narrative with lots of traditional Chinese elements and traditions sprinkled in that I felt instantly enchanted by it Although the story is simple the message is a strong one it shows the transformative power of books and literature and how it has the ability to change and provoke thoughts and thinking I love how the ending ties the little Chinese seamstress to the main theme of the book and I adored the ending which left me feeling uplifted and joyous