豹变 (Black Panther)


Publisher: City Book Room
$18.00

Co-Winner of the Singapore Literature Prize 2020 (Chinese, Fiction)

《豹变》收集了黄凯德过去创作发表的十部短篇小说,除了在本地报章发表之外,部分短篇小说也曾被翻译刊载在外国的文学平台。从殖民地年代跨越到独立建国时期,小说里的故事环节与背景,皆建立在真实的历史事件。这是凯德的『新加坡故事』,或者像法国学者李欧塔所谓的『小叙事』,志在重述那些微小的,可能被遗忘的时代断层。

Black Panther is a collection of 10 short stories published in local newspapers, and some which were translated and published in overseas literary platforms. Spanning from the colonial period to the modern independent era, the themes of the stories place historical incidents into a fictional framework that depicts the everyday lives of Singaporeans. It is the author’s own "Singapore Story", similar to French philosopher Jean François Lyotard’s retelling of forgotten events and weaving them into the fabric of a generation.

About the Author
黄凯德岁,目前为南洋理工大学中文系兼职讲师,教授现代文学和创意写作课程。毕业自新加坡国立大学中文系,后来获得南大中文系硕士文凭,曾在报馆任职记者长达7年。书写作品涵盖不同文类,经常在本地和外国的报章杂志发表。2015年选为南大中文系驻校作家,现已出版七本著作,包括散文、新诗、小说、文化评论等。

Wong Koi Tet is a part-time lecturer with the NTU Chinese Programme, teaching modern Chinese literature and creative writing. After graduating with a BA in Chinese from NUS and an MA in Chinese from NTU, he worked as a journalist for seven years. Wong has published numerous works of different genres in local and overseas newspapers and magazines. In 2015, he was appointed NTU-NAC Writer-in-Residence. He has published seven books of prose, poetry, short stories, and cultural commentaries.

ISBN: 9789811415647
Cover Type: Softcover
Page Count: 163
Year Published: 2019
Language: Chinese

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