Mo Yan as Humorist

@article{Huang2009MoYA,
  title={Mo Yan as Humorist},
  author={Alexander C. Y. Huang},
  journal={World Literature Today},
  year={2009}
}
These days I can point out an Audi a Mercedes, a BMW, and a Toyota; I also know all about U.S. space shuttles and Soviet aircraft carriers. But at the time, I was a donkey, a 1958 donkey. This strange object, with its four rubber wheels, was clearly faster than me, at least on level ground. Allow me to repeat Mo Yan's comment: A goat can scale a tree, a donkey is a good climber. ?Mo Yan, Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out (2006) 
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