作者簡介
劉醒龍,生于古城黃州,現為《芳草》文學雜志總編,華中師范大學客座教授,華中師范大學劉醒龍當代文學研究中心名譽主任。著有《劉醒龍文集》(27卷)等。散文《抱著父親回故鄉》獲老舍散文獎,中篇小說《挑擔茶葉上北京》獲首屆魯迅文學獎,長篇小說《天行者》獲第八屆茅盾文學獎。
Born in 1956 in Tuanfeng in Hubei province, Liu Xinglong's works include eleven novels and twelve collections of short stories. Some of his novels have been translated and published in English, French, Japanese and Korean. His novel The Sky Dwellers won the 8th Mao Dun Literature Prize, while his Holy Heaven's Gate won the first Academy of Contemporary Chinese Literature Prize and the second China Novel Society Novel Prize. He has also won the Lu Xun Literature Prize for a novella and Taiwan's United Literature Prize.
編輯推薦
周新民:"劉醒龍的《天行者》就是這樣一部超越了簡單政治道德評價,立體地表現中國民辦教師的優秀作品!"
陳瑤:"《天行者》不是一部簡單的鄉村知識分子精神的頌歌,而是一部意蘊豐厚的現實主義力作。"
尹正保:"《天行者》可謂是民間英雄的再現之旅。"
王春林:"'當代詩人北島在其《回答》中有名句云'卑鄙是卑鄙者的通行證,高尚是高尚者的墓志銘'在這里,我篡改北島的名句,用以評價劉醒龍的長篇小說《天行者》。"
王子杰 :"在長篇小說《天行者》中"作家大膽闖進描寫對象'自我'內心世界中去,準確又合乎邏輯地揣摩人物在特定情勢下的所想、所說、所做,同時保持他清明的理智和獨特的創作個性對生活、對人有自己的敏銳觀察和見解"對他筆下的每個人物還做出了恰如其分的美學評價。"
宋辰博:"《天行者》零距離的描繪了中國鄉村教育的現狀,總體上來說是'民辦教師的紀念碑,鄉村學校的艱辛史。"
內容簡介
《天行者》 以中國20世紀90年代貧乏的鄉村教育為背景,講述了一群在貧苦生活中無私為鄉村教育事業做出貢獻的民辦教師為求轉正而發生的辛酸故事,也反映出被人們遺忘已久的鄉村民辦教師曾有過的艱難歷程。
本書圍繞著西河鄉界嶺小學三代民辦教師轉正的故事,以及張英才、余校長、孫四海、萬站長、藍飛和夏雪等人的愛情故事開展起來。這些大故事中穿插著小故事,每個小故事又可以作為下個故事開展的源頭,相互交叉匯合,使得小說的敘事精彩紛呈,緊縮而富有張力。

The Sky Dwellers describes the lives and struggles of primary school teachers in Jieling, a tiny, fictional community nestled high in remote mountains in China. These teachers are not state teachers, with regular salaries and pensions to look forward to. They are, instead, community teachers (or "minban teachers" - a term which literally translates as "people-supported" teachers) whose wages are paid by the local community and who might not have received much beyond primary school teaching themselves. During the 1960s, 70s and 80s, most children in China were taught by minban teachers. From the early 1990s onwards, the role was gradually phased out, and some minban teachers were lucky enough to become state teachers.

A minban teacher's life was one of poverty. State subsidies provided only part of their wages and local cadres were supposed to make up the rest from often very limited village funds. But often the cadres did not pay on time, or at all. Inevitably, this would result in tensions - a theme explored in this novel.

Each of the teachers in the book responds differently to the pressures of life as a minban teacher. But the novel is not just about the teachers' lives, it also deals with the impact they had on the children and the community they served. Set in the 1990s, a time of great social and cultural change in China, The Sky Dwellers is a compelling, personal and moving account of a part of China's recent past which is often overlooked.
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