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Zong Pu
Native name
宗璞
Born Feng Zhongpu (冯钟璞)
July 26, 1928 (1928-07-26) (age 92)
Beijing, China
Occupation Novelist
Language Chinese
Alma mater Nankai University
Tsinghua University
Period 1948–present
Genre Novel, prose
Notable works Note of Hiding in the East
Notable awards 6th Mao Dun Literature Prize
2001 Note of Hiding in the East
Parents Feng Youlan (father)
Zong Pu
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Feng Zhongpu (born 26 July 1928), better known by her pen name Zong Pu, is a Chinese novelist. She won the Mao Dun Literature Prize for her 2001 novel, Note of Hiding in the East.

Born in Beijing, Zong is the daughter of Feng Youlan, a prominent philosopher, and she grew up on various university campuses. Zong graduated from Tsinghua University in 1951. She became a member of the China Writers Association in 1962.

Works

  • Hong dou (Red Beans), 1957
  • Xian shang de meng (Dream on the Strings), 1978
  • 'Sanheng shi' (Everlasting Rock), 1980. Translated by Aimee Lykes as The Everlasting Rock, 1998. .
  • shu shui (Who am I), 1979
  • (A Head in the Marshes), 1985
  • Nan du ji (Heading South), 1988
  • Dong cang ji (Hiding in the East), 2001

Translated works (English)

  • Departure for the South
  • Eastern Concealment
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