王安憶 (1954 - )

王安憶於1954年3月生於南京一個書香家庭,自幼受到良好的教育和文學的薰陶。文革期間,她刻苦大量閱讀書籍。1975年,發表第一篇散文《向前進》,其後又在《光明日報》上發表散文《老師》。王的作品言淺意深帶有風趣幽默的特色,很得到教師和小朋友的歡迎。1978年春,王被調到上海《兒童時代》雜誌社工作,她繼續利用業餘時間從事文學創作。在全國各地的一些雜誌上陸續發表了《誰是未來的中隊長》、《信任》等一系列作品,深受廣大青少年的歡迎。其創作之小說,計有《雨,沙沙沙》、《桃之夭夭》、《流逝》和《長恨歌》等。

1983年9月,她曾跟著母親應愛荷華國際寫作中心邀請,赴美訪問,現為中國作協理事。


Wang Anyi (1954 - )

Born in March 1954 in a scholastic family in Nanjing, Wang Anyi grew up enjoying a good education and a rich literary atmosphere. During the Cultural Revolution, Wang read extensively. In 1975, she published her first essay Marble, followed by another essay Teacher on the Guangming Daily. Wang's pieces were humorous yet profound, welcomed with enthusiasm by children and teachers alike. In the spring of 1978, Wang was assigned to the magazine Childhood, but she continued to write in her spare time. She published a series of works including Who is the Would-be Captain and Trust in magazines all around the nation. These were enormously popular among teenagers. Her fiction includes Yu, sha sha sha, Tao zhi yao yao, Liu shi, and Chang hen ge.

In September 1983, invited by the Iowa PEN Centre, Wang went with her mother on a visit to the United States. She is now a member of the China Writers' Association.

Permanent URL - https://sys01.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/scadb/pgcw/purl.php?&did=pgcw033