||Titolo in inglese
|1|| 1 || 红岩 || Red Crag || Luo Guangbin,Yang Yiyan || China Youth Press || ¥36,00 |
|2|| 5 || 活着(2021版) || To Live (2021 Edition) || Yu hua || Beijing October Art & Literature Publishing House || ¥45,00 |
|3|| 3 || 遥远的救世主 || Distant Savior || Dou Dou || The Writer’s Publishing House || ¥48,00 |
|4|| 6 || 百年孤独(50周年纪念版) || One Hundred Years of Solitude (50th Anniversary Edition) || Gabriel García Márquez || Nan Hai Publishing Co. || ¥55,00 |
|5|| 4 || 云边有个小卖部 || Moments We Shared || Zhang Jiajia || Hunan Literature & Art Press || ¥42,00 |
|6|| 2 || 人世间(全三册) || In the World (3 Volumes) || Liang Xiaosheng || China Youth Press || ¥238,00 |
|7|| New || 俗世奇人全本 || Street Wizards (Full Version) || Feng Jicai || People's Literature Publishing House || ¥36,00 |
|8|| Back || 三体 || The Three-Body Problem || Liu Cixin || Chongqing Publishing House || ¥23,00 |
|9|| Back || 创业史 || History of Pioneering Work || Liu Qing || China Youth Press || ¥36,00 |
|10|| 9 || 天官赐福(壹) || Heaven Official's Blessing (1) || Mo Xiang Tong Xiu,STARember || CITIC Publishing House Co.,Ltd || ¥59,80 |
||Titolo in inglese
|1|| 1 || 习近平在浙江(上下) || Xi Jinping in Zhejiang || Party School of the Central Committee of C.P.C || Central Party School Press || ¥139,00 |
|2|| New || 习近平在上海 || Xi Jinping in Shanghai || Party School of the Central Committee of C.P.C || Central Party School Press || ¥72,00 |
|3|| 4 || 习近平的七年知青岁月(平装) || Xi Jinping's Seven Years as an Educated Youth || Party School of the Central Committee of C.P.C || Central Party School Press || ¥76,00 |
|4|| 10 || 为什么是中国 || The Rise of China || Jin Yinan || Beijing Union Publishing Co., Ltd. || ¥58,00 |
|5|| 8 || 红星照耀中国 || Red Star Over China || Edgar Snow || People's Literature Publishing House || ¥43,00 |
|6|| 3 || 蛤蟆先生去看心理医生 || Counselling for Toads: A Psychological Adventure || Robert de Board || Tianjin People's Publishing House || ¥38,00 |
|7|| 5 || 如果历史是一群喵(9)-五代十国篇 || If History were a Group of Cats: Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms || Fei Zhi || Guangdong Tourism Publishing House || ¥59,80 |
|8|| 6 || 你当像鸟飞往你的山 || Educated: A Memoir || Tara Westover || Nan Hai Publishing Co. || ¥59,00 |
|9|| 9 || 如果历史是一群喵-夏商西周篇 || If History were a Group of Cats: Xia, Shang and Western Zhou Dynasty || Fei Zhi || Heilongjiang Fine Arts Press || ¥49,00 |
|10|| New || 法治的细节 || Details of Law || Luo Xiang || Yunnan People's Publishing House || ¥49,80 |
NARRATIVA - Descrizione
The novel was first published in 1961. The story is set in Chongqing during the Chinese Civil War in 1949. Underground communist agents are fighting under the command of Zhou Enlai an espionage battle against the Kuomintang, the Chinese Nationalist Party. The two authors have been imprisoned in a Kuomintang jail themselves.
After squandering his family's fortune in gambling dens and brothels, the young, deeply penitent Fugui settles down to do the honest work of a farmer. Forced by the Nationalist Army to leave behind his family, he witnesses the horrors and privations of the Civil War, only to return years later to face a string of hardships brought on by the ravages of the Cultural Revolution. Left with an ox as the companion of his final years, Fugui stands as a model of gritty authenticity, buoyed by his appreciation for life in this narrative of humbling power.
Ding Yuanying works for a German private equity firm and invests funds raised from Germany into the Chinese stock market, using the "cultural code" to loot money. But when he develops a conscience and quits his job, he has to face the consequences and pays a painful price, all his dividends are frozen, and he is suddenly so poor that he has to eat instant noodles every day. But then he meets Rui Xiaodan, who is working at a crime police unit, and things seem to turn for good.
One Hundred Years of Solitude is the story of seven generations of the Buendía family and of Macondo, the town they have built. Though little more than a settlement surrounded by mountains, Macondo has its wars and disasters, even its wonders and its miracles. A microcosm of Columbian life, its secrets lie hidden, encoded in a book, and only Aureliano Buendía can fathom its mysteries and reveal its shrouded destiny. Blending political reality with magic realism, fantasy and comic invention.
Moments We Shared describes the seasons of a little town as well as the people who live in it. Every meeting and parting. The whole town has blooming platycodon all over it and the dandelion flies higher than the pomegranate tree, floating to the field at the foot of the mountain. For most people, their hometown will finally become a dot, as an unchanging isolated island. As grandma puts it, hometown is called hometown, because we are all buried here from generation to generation.
From the 1970s to today, after the reform and opening up, the describes, with the help of its protagonist Zhou, the changes in Chinese society from multiple angles, multiple directions and multiple levels. The ups and downs of the people's life, art and it shows the common people's life efforts towards a better life as well as the historical progress of the country's social development.
Street Wizards is a collection of 14 new folklores, including Wedding Banquet by Wang Anyi, Three Fiddle Tales by Huang Jianhua, Mystique in White by Wu Xuan, Street Wizards by Feng Jicai and River Lanterns by Ah Cheng. All of the selected stories center on commonplace subjects, but are expressed through discoveries of spectacle and wonder. The highbrow arts of music, Chinese chess, calligraphy and painting, along with the more lowbrow or popular crafts of mending bowls with clamps, repairing paper fans and papercutting are equal in terms of being quintessential folk arts and traditions. Folkways ultimately have no differentiation between high or low, art or craft, urban or rural. Social conventions and domestic arts, including even things as trivial as chicken feathers and garlic skins are all embodiments of folkways.
The epic three volume science fiction saga, spanning the time from China's Cultural Revolution in the 1960ies t the end of the universe, which has become a global success.
With the aid of one of its main characters, Liang Shengbao, the book tells the social changes of the country and its farmers from the development of a mutual-aid group until the trial establishment of an agricultural cooperative. It also describes the hidden psychological tendencies and class conflicts at all levels of rural society accompanied by contradictions between rich and poor and the history of China.
Eight hundred years ago, Xie Lian was the Crown Prince of the Xian Le kingdom. He was loved by his citizens and was considered the darling of the world. He ascended to the Heavens at a young age; however, due to unfortunate circumstances, was quickly banished back to the mortal realm. Years later, he ascends again–only to be banished again a few minutes after his ascension. Now, eight hundred years later, Xie Lian ascends to the Heavens for the third time as the laughing stock among all three realms. On his first task as a god thrice ascended, he meets a mysterious demon who rules the ghosts and terrifies the Heavens, yet, unbeknownst to Xie Lian, this demon king has been paying attention to him for a very, very long time.