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Jia Pingwa (; born 21 February 1952), better known by his penname Jia Pingwa (), is one of China's most popular authors of novels, short stories, poetry, and non-fiction. His most well-known novels include Ruined City, which was banned by the State Publishing Administration for over 17 years for its explicit sexual content, and Qin Opera, winner of the 2009 Mao Dun Literature Prize.

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浮躁 / 贾平凹
by Jia, Pingwa, 1952-
贾平凹, 1952-
Beijing Shi : Ren min wen xue chu ban she, 2007
北京市 : 人民文学出版社, 2007
Fei du / 贾平凹著
废都 / 贾平凹著
by Jia, Pingwa, 1952-
贾平凹, 1952-
Beijing : Zuo jia chu ban she, 2009
北京 : 作家出版社, 2009
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