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Three Mongolian-Tibetan Authors

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This chapter gives a brief overview of literary production in Tibetan by Mongolians in Henan County. It introduces three representative writers of Henan County: Long Zhibo, Jangbu (originally named Dorje Tsering), and Dickyi Dolma. Long Zhibo was a member of Chinese Translators association. He established himself upon the publication of his novel, Journeys of the Black Horse, in 1983. This novel is closest to spoken Amdo dialect and belongs with those that boast the best linguistic beauty to date. Jangbu works are rich in literary techniques, peculiar in style, concise in language, extensive in literary forms, deep in meaning, and thus beyond the comprehension of ordinary readers. Dickyi Dolma has written over forty poems and over ten prose works and novels. Some of her poems have been translated into French, German, and other languages. The chapter also discusses the author's own novel-writing experience.

Keywords: Dickyi Dolma; Henan County; Jangbu; Journeys of the Black Horse; Long Zhibo; Tibetan



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