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I understand the Chinese political and cultural environment well. I understand people who don’t use their voice. As an intellectual and author I should require myself to do it first. If I don’t do enough, I can’t require other authors to do so. There’s always a reason. There’s always one book or another; timing. But I think as an author I could have taken more responsibility and I didn’t. Yan Lianke on Mo Yan, censorship and political transition in China.

Silly covers for lady novelists: a response to the repackaging of Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar.

Martin Scorsese to make a documentary to commemorate fifty years of the New York Review of Books.

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