1Ognieva, E
1A. Yu. Krymskyi Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS of Ukraine.
Kitaêznavčì doslìdžennâ 2016, 1-2:97-109
https://doi.org/10.15407/chinesest2016.01.097
Section: China and its neighbors
Language: ukrainian
Abstract: 

Modern Tibetan, more precisely, the Latest Tibetan Literature (тиб. bod-kyi rtsomrig gsar rtsom) enters into the world literature from the 1980s (after Cultural Revolution). Following political events of the 50th of XX century the authors of a new wave started writing their works in several languages. The article devoted to the literary output of Tibetan authors writing in Tibetan, English and Chinese, both in PCR (TAR, Amdo and Khams in Qinhai, Gansu, Sichuan, Yunnan) and in abroud in the Tibetan diaspora: Naktsang Nulo and his Tibetan memoirs “Nags-tshang zhi-lu’i skyid sdug” (“Joys and sorrows of the Naktsang boy”), Jamyang Norbu and his English “The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes: The Adventures of the Great Detective in India and Tibet”, and Alai and his Chinese novel “When the dust settles”. All of those authors addressed their writings not only for both Tibetans who are part of the modern People’s Republic of China as well as exile communities that stretch from South Asia to North America, but for Chines and English readers too. All of those authors addressed their writings not only for both Tibetans who are part of the modern People’s Republic of China as well as exile communities that stretch from South Asia to North America, but for Chines and English readers. The article, based on familiarity with the biographies of these writers and their writings is an attempt to find out what exactly allows defining the writers, and their works as part of a Tibetan literary tradition.

Keywords: Alai, diaspora, genre, language, newest tibetan literature, PCR, Sherlock Holms, TAR

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