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Qiu Miaojin was a Taiwanese novelist who ended her life in Paris, at the age of Her novel Notes of a Crocodile translated to English by Bonnie Huie and published by New York Review Books in was awarded the China Times Award for Literature in , and became a queer cult classic for its lesbian themes and vocabulary.
Why was I such a pussy? Why now, with a mouthful of toothpaste, were they rising to the surface, causing my chest to tighten? Narrator: On November 27 th , three days before my birthday, I went to see a wild dance performance.
When it was over, the dancer fell down drunk by the exit. I had to carry him down the street on my back. Oh, Lord, just make me disappear, disappear! Are you alive? Dance, come on, dance with me. Let me show you what it means to live.
In a few hours it will be the 30 th and I will be I plan to record every word I think of for three days before the stroke of midnight. I used the money I earned washing cars to pay for you.
I—Jinang—was orphaned at a young age. I had a sister, but…never mind all that bullshit. I study frog vocalizations at a very prestigious university. Allow me to demonstrate. Ribbit ribbit ribbit…. The dancer fell down drunk at the exit to the theater. He just carried on drinking, singing, dancing, making love amidst the headstones…I wanted to be just like him, to burn myself out.