陳映真 (1937 - )

原名陳永善,筆名許南村,台灣省台北縣鶯歌鎮人,1937年11月出生。1961年畢業於「私立淡江文理學院」外文系。陳映真創作不拘一格,多彩多姿,體裁包括文學評論、小說、散文、隨筆、影評、政論等,內容則涵括政治、經濟、社會等多方面。他的處女作小說《麵攤》,在他大學二年級時所作,發表於尉天驄所主編的《筆匯》雜誌上。他的成名作為《將軍族》,發表於1964年1月《現代文學》。

他曾獲「吳濁流文學獎」、「中國時報推薦小說獎」及「花蹤世界華文文學獎」等,並於2004年應邀擔任香港浸會大學駐校作家。


Chen Yingzhen (1937 - )

Originally named Chen Yongshan, with Xu Nancun as pseudonym. Chen Yingzhen was born in November 1937 in Yingge, Taipei, Taiwan province. He graduated from the Department of Foreign Literature in the private institution of Tamkang College in 1961. His works are discursive and prolific, covering genres including literary criticism, fiction, prose, film criticism and political commentary, with topics ranging from politics and economics to social phenomena. His maiden work The Noodle Stall was written in his second year in university, and was published in a magazine edited by Wei Tiancong, Pen Collage. The work that put his name down as a writer was A Clan of Generals, published in Modern Literature in January 1964.

Awards that he has won include the Wu Zhuoliu Literary Award, the China Times "Editor's Choice" Award, and the Hua Zong Award for World Chinese Literature. In 2004, he came to Hong Kong Baptist University upon invitation to stay on-campus as Writer-in-Residence.

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