- Volume 11 Issue 12
A novel is a conversation between self and the real world. They are not only sensitive act to the real world, but also a pattern of the real through the converse between self and the real world without making the real his own. This analysis on the works of Son and his essence shows that he tried to express his self-denial aesthetics and human-denial aesthetics as well as self-closing aesthetics.
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