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陈德黃《夜雾花园》荣夺两项国际文学奖

 
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帖子发表于: 26-03-13 星期二 4:51 pm    发表主题: 陈德黃《夜雾花园》荣夺两项国际文学奖 引用并回复

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馬來西亞作家陳德黃(Tan Twan Eng)憑其英文小說《夜霧花園》(The Garden of Evening Mists),擊敗四名對手,奪得亞洲文學獎二零一二年「英仕曼亞洲文學獎」 (Man Asian Literary Prize)。這也是該獎自二零零七年設立以來,第一位大馬作家獲獎。


《亚洲周刊》二十七卷 十二期 ((2013-03-24))
http://www.yzzk.com/cfm/Content_Archive.cfm?Channel=as&Path=378918641/12as1a.cfm


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帖子发表于: 26-03-13 星期二 4:56 pm    发表主题: 引用并回复

Tan Twan Eng scoops Asia’s top literary prize
2012 Winner of the Man Asian Literary Prize



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Tan Twan Eng, 2012 MALP Winner & Pierre Lagrange, Chairman of Man Asia (Photo Credit: Johnny Gin)



HONG KONG – Tan Twan Eng was announced tonight as the winner of the 2012 Man Asian Literary Prize, becoming the first Malaysian author to win Asia’s most prestigious literary prize.
The author won with his novel The Garden of Evening Mists, which is only the second time the Man Asian Literary Prize has been won by a novel originally written in English. All previous winners, except Ilustrado by Miguel Syjuco (2008), won as English translations.

The novel, set during the aftermath of the Japanese occupation of Malaya, won the USD 30,000 award, from a shortlist of five books spanning the whole Asian continent.

The five shortlisted novels, selected from a longlist of 15, are:
- Between Clay and Dust - Musharraf Ali Farooqi (Pakistan)
- The Briefcase – Hiromi Kawakami (Japan)
- Silent House - Orhan Pamuk (Turkey)
- The Garden of Evening Mists - Tan Twan Eng (Malaysia)
- Narcopolis - Jeet Thayil (India)

Award winning literary critic and journalist Dr. Maya Jaggi was chair of the 2012 judging panel. Joining Jaggi as Prize judges for 2012 were award winning Vietnamese-American novelist Monique Truong and novelist Vikram Chandra, most notably winner of the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize.

Chair Judge, Dr Maya Jaggi, said, “I have experience of judging many literary awards. But our task as a jury was exceptionally difficult, as well as gratifying, because of the outstanding quality and originality of the novels in contention from across Asia, and the strength of our shortlist.

The winner, The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng, revisits the traumatic aftermath of the Japanese occupation of Malaya, and the post-war insurgency against British rule, with stylistic poise and probing intelligence. Taking its aesthetic cues from the artful deceptions of Japanese landscape gardening, it opens up a startling perspective on converging histories, using the feints and twists of fiction to explore its themes of personal and national honour; love and atonement; memory and forgetting; and the disturbing co-existence of cultural refinement and barbarism.

The layering of historical periods is intricate, the descriptions of highland Malaysia are richly evocative, and the characterisation is both dark and compelling. Guarding its mysteries until the very end, this is a novel of subtle power and redemptive grace.”

Professor David Parker, Executive Director of the Asian Literary Prize, the organising body of the award, said, “Achieved with the seemingly effortless poise of a remarkable fictional artistry, Tan Twan Eng’s winning novel will be prized by all those who cannot resist the mastery of language.”

Last year’s winner, Please Look After Mom by South Korean writer Kyung-sook Shin has gone on to sell over 2m copies worldwide. Previous winners of the Prize include Bi Feiyu (2010), Su Tong (2009), Miguel Syjuco (2008) and Jiang Rong (2007).

Following the announcement of the 2012 winner, the current sponsor Man Group will relinquish its title sponsorship. For 2013, a new title sponsor will sponsor the Asian Literary Prize.

Negotiations with interested sponsors are currently ongoing, with an announcement to be made late April 2013.


http://www.manasianliteraryprize.org/tan-twan-eng/
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The Garden of Evening Mists

Second novel from Tan Twan Eng, acclaimed writer of The Gift of Rain- over 60,000 copies sold. The Garden of Evening Mists has the same sumptuous style and exotic imagery so beloved by readers and critics alike, and deals with Malaysia's turbulent road to independence, a time of insurrection and uncertainty and terror.

SHORTLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER 2012

Malaya, 1949. After studying law at Cambrige and time spent helping to prosecute Japanese war criminals, Yun Ling Teoh, herself the scarred lone survivor of a brutal Japanese wartime camp, seeks solace among the jungle fringed plantations of Northern Malaya where she grew up as a child. There she discovers Yugiri, the only Japanese garden in Malaya, and its owner and creator, the enigmatic Aritomo, exiled former gardener of the Emperor of Japan.

Despite her hatred of the Japanese, Yun Ling seeks to engage Aritomo to create a garden in Kuala Lumpur, in memory of her sister who died in the camp. Aritomo refuses, but agrees to accept Yun Ling as his apprentice 'until the monsoon comes.' Then she can design a garden for herself. As the months pass, Yun Ling finds herself intimately drawn to her sensei and his art while, outside the garden, the threat of murder and kidnapping from the guerrillas of the jungle hinterland increases with each passing day.

But the Garden of Evening Mists is also a place of mystery. Who is Aritomo and how did he come to leave Japan? Why is it that Yun Ling's friend and host Magnus Praetorius, seems to almost immune from the depredations of the Communists? What is the legend of 'Yamashita's Gold' and does it have any basis in fact? And is the real story of how Yun Ling managed to survive the war perhaps the darkest secret of all?


http://www.myrmidonbooks.com/Garden-of-Mist.html
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帖子发表于: 17-06-13 星期一 7:49 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

大馬作家陳德黃奪英小說獎 (國際)
2013-06-15


馬來西亞小 說家陳德黃(Tan Twan Eng)憑二戰後小說《夜霧花園》(The Garden of Evening Mists),獲得2013斯科特歷史小說獎(Walter Scott Prize)。頒獎儀式周五在蘇格蘭梅爾羅斯舉行,獎項創辦人巴克盧公爵親自向他頒發獎項。

  陳德黃生於馬來西亞檳城,目前居住在南非。

《夜霧花園》於去年發表,是陳德黃的第二部作品,以戰後的馬來西亞森林為創作背景,今年3月獲得英仕曼亞洲文學獎。雖然陳德黃產量不多,但他在2007年發表的處女作《雨之賜》也曾入圍當年的布克獎(Man Booker Prize)最後13強。

  斯科特歷史小說獎只有4年歷史。去年大會更改賽例,將參賽資格由英國本土擴展至所有英聯邦國家,今次是首次有海外小說作品獲獎,獎金多達2萬5千英鎊(30萬港元)。

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