Farewell to my concubine
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Farewell to my concubine a novel by Pi-hua Li

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Published by W. Morrow in New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Translation of: Pa-Wang pieh chi.

StatementLilian Lee [pseud.] ; translated from the Chinese by Andrea Lingefelter
ContributionsLingenfelter, Andrea
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 255 p.
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24936636M
OCLC/WorldCa638715247

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The boys grow, give performances, and, as their abilities are recognized, eventually become the stars of a leading company. Their favorite opera is Farewell to My Concubine, in which the manly Shitou sings the role of a defeated general, and Douzi, who's perfected all the necessary gestures, plays the role of his beloved and loyal : Lilian Lee. Farewell, My Concubine is a title that gives every indication of being a lurid peek into the world of sexual excess, but in fact the novel’s milieu is primarily within the world of Asian opera. Sexuality is a major theme in the narrative, but it is more a tool of basic human survival than it is a key for unlocking prurient interest in Lee’s Author: Lillian Lee.   Farewell My Concubine book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A Queer Film Classic: a consideration of Chen Kaige's acclaimed 4/5. Where does Farewell My Concubine: A Novel rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far? Not one of the best, but quite good still. What was one of the most memorable moments of Farewell My Concubine: A Novel? In the first scene, the opera is putting on a play of the Monkey King.

The film farewell my concubine is a Chinese film which has received much attention from the world. It explores the impact of the Chinese political turmoil on its citizens during the middle 20th century. The movie illustrates this by using two stars in a form of traditional Chinese theatre maybe with some music playing along, and in this movie.   One of the Chinese world's leading writers, Lee's books are instant bestsellers in her native Hong Kong. She cowrote the screenplay for the film adaptation of Farewell My Concubine. Farewell My Concubine was translated by Andrea Lingenfelter, a scholar and translator affiliated with the University of Washington in : HarperCollins Publishers. Shuo Zhang Writing 1 05/6/ A new look on homosexuality-analysis of Farewell My Concubine Although homosexuality exists in social reality, the lack of its own “truthful” representation in terms of books or films creates numerous misunderstandings that prevent the development of a positive homosexual sensibility in Chinese ore, the most impressive and controversial part of.   --Farewell, My Concubine, directed by Chen Kaige and released in , is considered one of the first films to bring contemporary Chinese cinema to the world stage. Chen is one of the best-known of the “Fifth Generation,” the first group of Chinese filmmakers to make an impact following the Cultural Revolution; unlike their predecessors Brand: Arsenal Pulp Press.