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论文预读:t the dead body keeps shrinking until it disappears entirely either instantly or over a period of several days) as a rainbow or a breath of air vanishes into the atmosphere. When the body is completely “sublimed”, usually nothing is left except a little hair and some fingernails .   Chapter One 试谈BodyBody试述Rainbow硕士论文答辩

   Editor’s Notes:

  Jigme Phungyel is a famous Tibetan novelist. Almost 20 years ago, his novel Tibetans in Beijing vividly recorded several Tibetan youths’ lives and their confusions in modern city in the 1980s and 1990s. Later, he went to Tibet Autonomous Region as one of aiding-Tibet cadres once and again. From then on, he knows Tibet and Tibetans more and more deeply. Last year, he finished his novel Body Rainbow and provided our editors to polish. We all enjoyed it very much and excited to find his progress. Here we open a new column “Tibetan Novels” and publish it one by one.

  Body rainbow is a rare and extraordinary after-death phenomenon. Its basic characteristic is that the dead body keeps shrinking until it disappears entirely either instantly or over a period of several days) as a rainbow or a breath of air vanishes into the atmosphere. When the body is completely “sublimed”, usually nothing is left except a little hair and some fingernails .

   Chapter One

  Finally Phubu stuffed the small copper pot, wrapped in a plastic sheet, into the luggage. He tightened the strap and breathed a great sigh of relief.

  “Let’s go.”He said.

  Supported by Lhapa, Phumo struggled to his feet from the mat. The moment had fi nally come. She was pretty excited and defi nitely in better spirits than usual. Her cheeks were fl ushed.

  It was quite a heavy load, including all our food supplies for the road such as a bag of Tsampa, some beef jerky (dried beef), and a small piece of butter. The fresh butter was a gift from their uncle Lhapa Phuntsok who lived in the

  Dangran village. Since their mother’s death, Lhapa Phuntsok hadn’t visited for more than six months. Yesterday, when he brought the butter, he did not say much either. He was still bearing a grudge over the death of his sister. Besides food, there was an old Thangka in the luggage that Phubu planned to have consecrated in front of the magnifi cent Sakyamuni Buddha in the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa. There were also fi ve pairs of wooden hand guards and three heavy leather aprons, each with an extra piece of rubber sewn on top. Phumo’s heavy clothes for the road and their sleeping pads were strapped on top of the luggage. The bags were so full that Phubu couldn’t jam in another pair of shoes.

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  13 years ago, Phubu was taken by some relatives of her mother to Lhasa to learn business. Phubu hadn’t even graduated from primary school then. He was just a curly-haired boy wandering around the small alleys in the Panamxue neighbourhood of Lhasa. He learned to smoke and drink. Worse still, he learned to sell antiquities from neighbouring counties. His mother’s relatives found him too much to handle, so they took the opportunity of going back to attend his brother Lhapa’s wedding and “escorted” him back to Yerpa from Lhasa. Following the local customs of fraternal polyandry, the day when his brother got married was also Phubu’s wedding day. Therefore, Phumo, who was regarded by those from the Chinese hinterland as Phumo’s sister-in-law, was in fact Phubu’s wife too.

  Having seen the world, Phubu did not take this arrangement seriously, neither did he understand much about men and women. So when he fi rst came back to the village, besides running around in the nei

论文随机片段: either. He was still bearing a grudge over the death of his sister. Besides food, there was an old Thangka in the luggage that Phubu planned to have consecrated in front of the magnifi cent Sakyamuni Buddha in the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa. There were also fi ve pairs of wooden hand guards and three