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我不是潘金莲 review í 103 Ú [Reading] ➳ 我不是潘金莲 ➻ Liu Zhenyun – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Li Xuelian married to in Yuhe is pregnant with their second child Happy news Not in China with its one child policy It is a crime What is she to do Her only option is divorcing before the second child Li Xuelian married to in YuLi Xuelian married to in Yuhe is pregnant with their second child Happy news Not in China with its one child policy It is a crime What is she to do Her only option is divorcing before the second child is born“Once the baby has entered into the household registry we’ll marry again The baby will be born after the divorce so we’ll each have one child when we marry again No law says couples with one child can’t marry” Perfect Except that after the divorce in marries another woman who is expecting a b. 355Would love to rate it higher because it seemed to be extremely promising at the beginning but fell a bit flat towards the end I was expecting drama and complicated and absurde situations since the whole story is absurd itself Nonetheless a nice read Got detached a bit

我不是潘金莲Li Xuelian married to in Yuhe is pregnant with their second child Happy news Not in China with its one child policy It is a crime What is she to do Her only option is divorcing before the second child is born“Once the baby has entered into the household registry we’ll marry again The baby will be born after the divorce so we’ll each have one child when we marry again No law says couples with one child can’t marry” Perfect Except that after the divorce in marries another woman who is expecting a b. 355Would love to rate it higher because it seemed to be extremely promising at the beginning but fell a bit flat towards the end I was expecting drama and complicated and absurde situations since the whole story is absurd itself Nonetheless a nice read Got detached a bit

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Liu Zhenyun Ì 3 free read Aby Mad with rage Li runs to the judge begging him to declare the divorce a sham so she may remarry and truly divorce the foolLiu’s politically charged plot reads like an absurd and hilarious comedy but couched in his fiction is a harsh indictment of China’s one child law and a head on critiue of China’s corrupt system I Did Not Kill My Husband is storytelling and satire of the highest order sharp edged and ironicSkyhorse Publishing as well as our Arcade Yucca and Good Books imprints are proud to pub. The struggle of the individual seeking justice from an incompetent corrupt self serving bureaucracy seems to be a freuent theme that I keep encountering in modern Chinese literature Liu Zhenyun's witty satirical novel joins works like Ha Jin's In the Pond and Yuan Bin Chen's The Wan Family's Lawsuit which was also the basis for Zhang Yimou's The Story of ui Ju in portraying the difficulty in cutting through the red tape of local Chinese politics Liu's heroine Li Xuelian is obsessed with getting revenge against her ex husband and in time against a growing list of judges clerks and political appointees who ignore or patronize her The central third of the story sags a bit as Xuelian battles her way through the labyrinth of party offices but the final fifty or so pages contain several surprises and twists that humanized Xuelian and raised my final appreciation for Liu's novel This is a sad but warmly humorous tale of how collective society crushes the malcontent