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Stick Out Your Tongue by Ma Jian is a slim volume of five spare stories about Tibet Originally published in Chinese in 1987 state censors denounced the collection as a vulgar obscene book that defames the image of our Tibetan compatriots They accused Ma Jian of being sex obsessed and greedy for money No one must be allowed to ead this book All copiesmust be confiscated and destroyed immediately That demand only increased the book s popularity on the black market but it finished Ma Jian s career as a writer in ChinaAs he explains in the afterward he went into self imposed exile First in Hong Kong then Germany and finally the United Kingdom What was the point of emaining in China if he could never again publish what he wroteMa Jian traveled throughout Tibet in 1985 and these stories come from that experience Already Tibet was changing under China s control but these stories describe a dirt poor society of nomadic shepherds villagers tribesmen and monks in the high mountain plateaus and grasslands far beyond Lhasa The people preserve a deep everence for traditions and a Buddhist sense of fate There is a mystical magical and often superstitious side to their logic and actions but what emerges in every story is the brutality
OF LIFE THERE AND RESIGNATION TOWARD 
life there and esignation toward Perhaps this is why #the censors were troubledThe first story in the volume is epresentative The Woman and the Blue #censors were troubledThe first story in the volume is epresentative The Woman and the Blue is a haunting story told in the first person In a high mountain pass a traveler stays the night with a Chinese soldier who lives alone guarding the military telephone line The guard tells of his love for a Tibetan woman who has just died with her unborn child still inside her The traveler gets to observe the sacred funeral ite for the young woman With the calm detachment of a photographer he describes how her two husbands who are brothers cut up the body to feed the scavenging birds until there is nothing leftThe powerful husbands who are brothers cut up the body to feed the scavenging birds until there is nothing leftThe powerful of Stick Out Your Tongue emind me of the best of Anton Chekhov and Juan Rulfo who captured the harsh ealities of Russian and Mexican peasants in historic moments of great societal change Deceptively spare in style these stories are complex and deeply moving The translator Flora Drew has done an astounding job endering them into beauti. Cel mai adesea se spune că Tibetul pe care îl înfăţişează Ma Jian în Scoate limba seria de povestiri publicată în 1987 sub titlul complet de Arată ţi albul limbii sau gol goluţ este „departe“ departe de viziunile oficiale edulcorate departe de proiecţiile occidentale entuziaste şi departe de toa. Ful English prose Ma Jian s stories in this book are some of my favourite short stories I discovered Ma Jian after I had begun my own writings by the ecommendation of a friend who told me I would find them inspiring Indeed I did I love short stories and I think Ma Jian s stories in this book are so compellingly true that although it s fiction it carries that unmistakeable element of truth being written in the first person Ma Jian does it with simple words no fancy packaging no smart sentences Just simplicity I #am not going to write a spoiler no way This is a kind #not going to write a spoiler no way This is a kind book you will either love or esent In either case it will make you think and I love books that make me think The beauty of life lies to me in all it s mystery both human and non human however our human ways have to be considered as uniue and often uestionable in the ealm of life and there are no answers but nonetheless we have the power to observe them and to judge them for better or for worse You can smell the air and taste the dirt of Tibet in this tiny powerful collection of five shorts Just about as gorgeous as direct writing can be In ating Stick Out Your Tongue Kindle Edition at three stars I am seeking to take the Middle Road ather than down star author Ma Jan I had selected this book in an effort to hear from a Tibetan My mistake Ma Jan is a dissident Chinese writer and artist He was in Tibet as part of a tour he was making in part to avoid Chinese government officials including censors This is a fictional version of a eal journey he took across the emote parts of China including Tibet What are these five elatively short storiesThe Tibet of Stick Out Your Tongue is a population of the unsophisticated uneducated superstitious and impoverish The land is bleak threatening and inherently deadly Women are the outine targets of lust
RAPE AND INCEST ACROSS THE STORIES 
and incest Across the stories abuse of women and death are the most common themes Poverty and strange beliefs the main plot drivers Is this eally Tibet Is This A Tibet this a Tibet the mind At that a mind haunted by the eal threat of the author s native China The uality of the writing is such that I cannot accept that this the only message that Ma Jan has motivating his art I will be seeking of his titles perhaps beginning with his nonfic. Te locurile comune care figurează acest spaţiu drept „acoperişul lumii“ şi îl educ la o carte poştală cu Palatul Potala; voci mai firave spun că brutalitatea sexualitatea dezlănţuită şi primitivismul lumii descoperite de naratorul eporter sunt şi ele subtile îndepărtări şi distorsionări orien. ,
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Tional account of his travels Stick Out your Tongue is a fictionalization of his Tibetan tour Maybe the est of that 3 year odyssey will better inform me about the uestion I have unanswered by this ead The stories are written in a simple no frills ealistic style and gives the impression that it is as much travel a simple no frills ealistic style and gives the impression that it is as much travel as collection of short stories Whether the brutality described in the book was ealistic of an 80s Tibet it would be difficult for me to say but the attention to detail and the tone both lend the stories the veracity of a travelogue Nevertheless the stories are not merely factual all of them blend some surreal and mythical elements to them Having been an anthropology student the surreality of a completely different culture was familiar Many people believe that encountering another culture is filled with the joy of discovery and perhaps it is some of the time but often a completely different one excises your sense of comfort with the world and causes a distressful almost nauseating feeling I feel Ma Jian managed to show the separation from the comfortable that occurs with the encounter of the strange I found the ecurrent theme of female sexuality and its accompanying violence uite distressing Again it is difficult to say whether Ma Jian is eflecting Tibetan female sexuality and its accompanying violence uite distressing Again it is difficult to say whether Ma Jian is eflecting Tibetan or his #own concerns with violence and sexuality I suspect a bit of both Ma Jian provides no #concerns with violence and sexuality I suspect a bit of both Ma Jian provides no judgements over the behaviour of his characters which is a good thing of course for a writer but sometimes I wish writers had to offer us than just the depiction of cruelty and despair All I am left with in these cases is anger But then again it is not for the writer or artist to provide answersIt will take some time for the average eader to give this book a chance preferably it should come with some context so I would ecommend eading the afterword first if you have very little knowledge of China and Tibet like myself Nevertheless the stories are worth eading through despite the unfamiliarity with the place names and mythology especially for Western eadersI cannot give the book a higher ating because it feels somehow incomplete or too small or too specific or not overarching enough it is however a solid book nonetheless and worth exploring if you have the time. Taliste ale unei ealităţi de o infinită complexitate Indiferent cum stau lucrurile prin textele lui Ma a căror forţă tulburătoare ne bântuie mult timp după încheierea lecturii avem şi şansa unei apropieri cea faţă de formidabila generaţie a scriitorilor chinezi de la sfârşitul anilor 1980Dinu Luc. ,