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Chinese writer Mo Yan has got the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2012, for his work that mixes between
realism and hallucinations, and that include folkloric and historical stories from the reality of life of his country , and he got $ 1.2 million beside the honoring .
Mo Yan is a nickname means "do not talk" while his real name is Guan Moi.
President of the Swedish Academy Peter Ongelond confirmed that Mo has a unique way of writing, if I read half a page of  his book , I will know immediately that is the writer.
One of the reasons for giving him the prize is that he uses a combination of fantasy and realism , historical and social events, to create a world that make the reader mentioning the writings of William Faulkner and Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
"Mo Yan" is the second Chinese writer to win this prestigious award after the Chinese, who holds French citizenship the "GAO Sengjian" in the year 2000.

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