The ennui of the killer in A Yi&rsquo;s novella, <strong><em>A Perfect Crime</em></strong>, is both a critique of contemporary China and a question: &ldquo;Is this all there is?&rdquo;

The ennui of the killer in A Yi&amp;rsquo;s novella, A Perfect Crime, is both a critique of contemporary China and a question: &amp;ldquo;Is this all there
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The ennui of the killer in A Yi’s novella, A Perfect Crime, is both a critique of contemporary China and a question: “Is this all there is?”

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