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Ordinary Days:A Memoir in Six Chapters

Ordinary

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9789882371965
Leo Ou-fan Lee,Esther Yuk-ying Lee
ANNIE REN,CAROL ONG
香港中文大學
2020年11月01日
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ISBN:9789882371965
  • 叢書系列:Hong Kong Literature Series
  • 規格:精裝 / 400頁 / 12.7 x 21.6 x 5.6 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港
    Hong Kong Literature Series


  • 文學小說 > 文學研究 > 作家傳記











      Testimony to the emotional truth of their life together even in these increasingly trying times.



      The memoir Ordinary Days(《過平常日子》) by the scholar and critic Leo Ou-fan Lee(李歐梵)and his wife Esther Yuk-ying Lee(李玉瑩) brings to this Hong Kong series an intensely personal touch, consciously echoing the great sentimental memoir of 18th-century China, Shen Fu’s Six Chapters of a Floating Life(《浮生六記》). With disarming candour, Leo and Esther lay bare their hearts so unreservedly, to share with us their story of love and suffering, charting in a series of memorable chapters their shared spiritual quest. This is a brave book. It lays bare in a most unusual way the heart and soul of a charming and highly cultivated Chinese couple, the scholar and critic Leo Ou-fan Lee and his wife Esther Lee Yuk-ying. It charts the love story of two individuals who are no longer young, and it also boldly breaks the taboo surrounding the twin topics of depression and suicide.



      Set partly against the recent backdrop of some of Hong Kong’s most turbulent years, partly in the far-flung diaspora of the Chinese intelligentsia, this is a revealing record of the inner life of a highly cultivated modern Chinese couple. In presenting this work to English-speaking readers, we hope to demonstrate that, Hong Kong "is one of the high places of the multicultured world".



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      “In these letters of theirs, Leo and Esther bare their hearts truthfully, transcending self and emotion and all sense of age, until all that is left is purity and truth. The later chapters record their deep love as husband and wife, his devotion to her, and their inseparable bond, in the course of which they put aside all social convention.”––Pai Hsien-yung(白先勇), Author of the Taipei People

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    Series Editor’s Preface | vii

    Acknowledgements | xi

    A Brief Foreword to the English Edition of Ordinary Days, by Leo Ou-fan Lee | xvii

    Editor’s Introduction, by John Minford | xix

    Preface, by Pai Hsien-yung | xxv

    Prelude, by Leo Ou-fan Lee | xxxv

    Chapter 1

    Love Between Two Worlds 1

    Chapter 2

    Wedded Bliss (Esther’s Journal) 75

    Chapter 3

    Chicago

    Shared Fate in the ‘Valley of Songs’ 137

    Chapter 4

    Memories of Hong Kong

    Love in a Fallen City 185

    Chapter 5

    The Joys of Travel

    Singapore, Taipei and Shanghai 229

    Chapter 6

    The Sorrows of Depression 263

    Appendix 1: A brief list of some of Leo and Esther’s main publications | 353

    Appendix 2: Chronology of Leo and Esther’s Life Events | 355





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