HỒ CHÍ MINH HUYỀN THOẠI VÀ MẶT NẠ

HỒ CHÍ MINH HUYỀN THOẠI VÀ MẶT NẠ

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Friday, 20 September 2013

NVGP *233. WIKIVIETLIT-TRẦN DẦN

233. WIKIVIETLIT * TRẦN DẦN Tran Dan From Wikivietlit Jump to: navigation, search Trần Dần (1926-1997) was an important poet and novelist.

 


Trần Dần with his wife, Bùi Thị Ngọc Khuê, at their home in Hanoi
He was born in Nam Định and died in Hanoi. In 1946, he joined the Vietnamese Communist resistance against the French, but by 1953, had fallen out of favor with the Party. In 1956, he was jailed for three months in Hoả Lò Prison (better known to Americans as Hanoi Hilton), where he tried to commit suicide. In 1956-57, he was one of the key members of the dissident group Nhân Văn Giai Phẩm. During 1958-1960, he was condemned to hard labor for months at a time. From 1959 until 1988, he was banned from publishing, although he continued to write novels and poems. His poetry is among the most radical in the history of Vietnamese literature. Phạm Thị Hoài has edited a book of his journal entries Trần Dần – Ghi: 1954-1960 (Paris: TD Mémoire, 2001)
He is translated into English and included in the anthology, Black Dog, Black Night.

[edit] Trần Dần online


A pencil drawing of Trần Dần by Nguyễn Đình Đăng, 1986

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