2022H1 Reading List Brief Review

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Tokyo Yumeng’s experience in Japan in the 1970s, Japanese avant-garde art, movies, dramas and porn shows in the eyes of Western youth. The Japanese look at foreigners in a way similar to the Chinese, and are naturally reduced to second-class citizens, but they also have an arrogant look at the barbarians. One of the metaphors is a good one, the Japanese have a fascination with “mud smell”, “mud smell”, that is, the desire for depravity or evil. Dirty, obscene, slutty, bloody, stinky, everything seeps into every field of art, not just photography, but theatre, film, literature, comics, and even graphic art. Women are nothing, women are just a vent for prostitutes and promiscuous artists. Delicate and refined description of materialization: smiling manners, waitresses offering kneeling service, houses with slatted doors, dolls, kimonos, and most importantly, an atmosphere with a glimmer of eroticism… Reminds me of Murakami Long’s “Infinity Nearly Transparent Blue” is a youthful life composed of drug addiction, promiscuity, and spirits. A self-report of a man who despised marital problems in the eyes of a man. He sacrificed for his wife to make a living that he didn’t want to do, but was despised by his wife because of a misunderstanding. He loved his wife but his wife didn’t love him… However, the man in the story revealed everywhere Self-motivated by narcissism, self-pity, in fact, he is cowardly and incompetent, cheating, thinks highly of himself and despises his wife, covets his body and never pays attention to her spirit. I finally finished reading it on and off using myself as a method. This book is purely personal experience, questioning personal experience, but the answer cannot be blunt. The concept of a squire is still poorly understood and not understood. Academics and Politics In the academic field, each of us knows that what we have accomplished will be obsolete in ten, twenty, fifty years. This is the fate that academic research must face, or rather, this is the meaning of academic work. Other fields of culture are subject to the same situation, but academic work is devoted to this meaning under a very specific meaning: in academic work, each “completion” means the raising of a new “problem” ; Academic work requirements are “exceeded” and requirements are outdated. Anyone aspiring to devote themselves to academic work must accept this fact. For civilized people, death has no meaning. Death has no meaning for the civilized man, because the personal life of the civilized man is placed in infinite “progress”; such a life will never come to an end according to its intrinsic meaning. The newly carved embroidered image of Jin Ping Mei has never been so meticulous about understanding the ancient secular life. The appearance of all living beings is sighing. Everyone in the book has their own character flaws and human pursuits. reality. A Dream of Red Mansions and the above “Jin Ping Mei” are like mirror worlds. The protagonists are a group of “underages”, and it is also the author’s heart that has not yet become an ideal pure land. The first 80 episodes are wonderful characters, and the last 40 episodes have broken characters. But I still prefer women like Baochai. Although Daiyu represents ideals and individuality, she is too tired to rub a grain of sand into her eyes. Although the re-travel is to re-travel the road of the Southwest Associated University, it does not seem to have much to do with the Southwest Associated University as a whole. What I read is the scenery and history on the road, which always reminds me of the dozens of large and small cities in China that I have traveled to. . The content of the author’s pen is not abruptly connected, and his rich knowledge and profound literary skills are admirable. Jin Ping Mei’s artistic expression is concise and comprehensive. Appreciation and analysis of Jin Ping Mei highly praises “Jin Ping Mei”‘s insightful description of world affairs, and also has a clear and special understanding of the characters in the book, especially the role of Song Huilian, which is unexpected. However, some opinions cannot be agreed, especially Wang Xifeng’s incest and fornication in “A Dream of Red Mansions” cannot find the source. The ordinary evil is preceded by a lengthy summary of court records, and all the main points are the final epilogue and postscript. The banal full text of evil only appeared once, and the misunderstood and misinterpreted ones were magnified by public opinion. On the contrary, no one really cares about the issues to be discussed. what. In addition, I read in another article how to deal with the banality of evil, which is worth thinking about now: “To ask people to admit their desires, to face the perverted structure in the banality of evil – you need to face up to your own actions. Pure desire, you are not “not thinking”, you are not “execution tool”, you are really willing and enjoying doing those “things you can’t do”. “Calling the Soul: The Great Panic of Chinese Sorcery in 1768 When the book talked about Qianlong’s “prosperous age”, a strange and absurd sorcery storm swept over most of China. The author said that as a prelude to modern China, Calling the Soul The Great Panic highlighted to observers of Chinese society a particularly distressing phenomenon: hostility in the form of retribution everywhere in society. What we have here is a glimpse of whether a society that has been overpopulated and the ratio of resources per capita deteriorated , A kind of moral retribution suffered by a society plagued by social moral decay? In such a troubled society, people doubt whether they can improve their situation through work or study. This situation is not due to corruption. A responsible justice system, from which no ordinary citizen can expect fair compensation, has become even more intolerable. In the present day, it seems that the world is no different.

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