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Impasse - Nguyen Cong Hoan
Tác giả: Nguyen Cong Hoan
Nhà xuất bản: Red River Foreign Languages Publishing House
Năm xuất bản: 1983
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Impasse (Buoc Duong Cung) was first published in 1938 in Hanoi, when the Vietnamsese nation was still suffering under the rule of the French colonialists and the quisling Vietnamese kings and mandarins.

All the time, the French Popular Front (1936-1939) advocated more democratic liberties for the colonies. In face of the Vietnamese peoples's seething and powerful struggle under the leadership of the Indochinese Communist Party - ICP (now the
Communist Party of Vietnam - CPV), the French ruling colonialists had to "promulgate" a few reforms such as to "declare" to give freedom of opinion and freedom of association, and to grant amnesty to a certain number of political prisoners. it was in these conditions that Impasse
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Impasse (Buoc Duong Cung)


Impasse (Buoc Duong Cung) was first published in 1938 in Hanoi, when the Vietnamsese nation was still suffering under the rule of the French colonialists and the quisling Vietnamese kings and mandarins.

All the time, the French Popular Front (1936-1939) advocated more democratic liberties for the colonies. In face of the Vietnamese peoples's seething and powerful struggle under the leadership of the Indochinese Communist Party - ICP (now the
Communist Party of Vietnam - CPV), the French ruling colonialists had to "promulgate" a few reforms such as to "declare" to give freedom of opinion and freedom of association, and to grant amnesty to a certain number of political prisoners. it was in these conditions that Impasse made its appearance.

Nguyen Cong Hoan was a writer who at that time soon took up a progressive view. He dared expose in Impasse the injustices in the Vietnamese countryside, but had not yet seen in colonialism the root of all these injustices. He thought that the peasants' ignorance and iliteracy were the cases of their poverty and wrechedness. he still believed that "in the villages run by decent people, only three years after they did away with the backward custom of feasting, they saved enough money to pave their lanes, to build schools and to do a lot of things of public utility ..."

Apart from this weakness, Impasse has a very great merit of realism. It vehemently denounces the typical means of exploitation and repression of which the peasants were victims under the domination of the French colonialists and their henchmen. It vividly exposes the backward and miserable life of scores of millions of Vietnamese peasants driven to an abominable and desperate plight ...

It is this strong accusation which made the French ruling colonialists ban the circulation and concealment of Impasse throughout Viet Nam six months after its publication in 1938, though freedom of opinion had been "promulgated" and censorship formally "adrogated".

Impasse clearly shows that the Vietnamese peasants had no another way than to rise against the imperialists' rule, wrest back independence and freedom and bring the Vietnamese people's Revolution of August 19, 1945 to success.


Product details

Author: Nguyen Cong Hoan
Publisher: Red River Foreign Languages Publishing House
Publishing year: 1983
Language: English
Weight:  160 gram
Number of pages: 228
SKU: 1854

About the author

Nguyen Cong Hoan, ImpasseNguyen Cong Hoan (1903-1977) was a native of the district of Van Giang (now in Hung Yen province). A country teacher, he began to write after 1920. A story-teller and a novelist he excelled in satire and is one of the great names in realist literature before 1945. In 1935 his collection of stories kep Tu Ben (the Actor Tu Ben) led to polemics between the partisans of "art for art's sake" and those of "art for life's sake". His novel Buoc  duong cung (impasse) was forbidden by the colonial administration six months after it appeared in 1938.

Banned from writing about the growing revolt and the rising revolutionary forces, Nguyen Cong Hoan's sharp mind attacked the mandarins, local notables, feudal landlords and, in general, all those whose position in the repressive colonial machinery or whose fortune conferred any power over their fellow-men. he reserved his love and sympathy for the humiliated and the vistims: workers, peasants, coolies, servants, beggars.

He served the people's power from its establishment in 1945. Before retiring, he was president of the Vietnamese Writers; Association.

Principal works:

• La ngoc canh vang (Leaves of Jade and Branch of Gold), a novel, 1934

• Kep Tu Ben (The Actor Tu Ben), short stories, 1935

• Co giao Minh (Minh the Young Lady Teacher), a novel, 1936

• Buoc duong cung (impasse), a novel, 1938

• Cai thu lon (The Pig head), a story, 1939

• Hon canh hon cu (Disorder)

• Dong rac cu (the Garbage Heap), a novel, 1963

• Doi viet van cua toi (My life as a Writer), memoirs, 1969

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