Michael Share has a PhD from University of Wisconsin. He is currently Assistant Professor at Department of History of the University of Hong Kong. His research interests include late imperial Russian social and labour history,Vietnam, and Russian relations with Hong Kong, Taiwan and MacaoThis volume contains two latest plays by Gao Xingjian, The Man Who Questions Death and Escape. Induced by the author''s personal trauma in Europe and Mao''s China, the two playsare scrutiny of the psychology of self-proclaimed heroes, who may incite unthinking crowd behavior and far-reaching revolution that turns literature and art into the hostages of politics, fashions, and trends. An introduction by Mabel Lee is included.
譯╱編╱作者簡介 Gao Xingjian is the Nobel Laureate in Literature 2000, the first time the Prize had been awarded for a body of works written in the Chinese language. Gilbert C. F. Fong is currently Professor and Chairman at the Department of Translation, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.