时间：2019-12-12 21:59:10 来源：兴趣培训 浏览：5547 次
According to reports, on December 10, the award ceremony of the Nobel Prize for literature was successfully held in Stockholm concert hall, Sweden. However, the ceremony attracted dissatisfaction from all walks of life.
On the streets and on the Internet outside the ceremony, many media people from western mainstream media, as well as government officials and diplomats from Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and other Balkan countries, even the Turkish ambassador to Sweden and President Erdogan of Turkey are condemning and boycotting the ceremony.
In the eyes of these people, Peter handeck, a famous Austrian writer and playwright who won the 2019 Nobel Prize for literature, is simply "Germany does not match".
In fact, after the Swedish Academy of Arts named henderk as the winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize for literature on October 10 this year, in addition to Serbia, other Balkan countries, as well as many Western media people, have expressed "strong dissatisfaction" with the decision.
Henderk's controversy originated from the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s. At that time, the western political and public opinion circles all blamed the war and war crimes on the Serbs and the then Yugoslav president Milosevic. However, henderk, who has become famous for a series of classic literary works, such as "scold the audience" and "left-handed woman", publicly "opposes" these perceptions, believing that Serbs "are also victims of war", and that Milosevic, the "dictator" and "butcher" in the west, is just defending his country and people.
In turn, the oridi writer criticized the western media's "one-way" reports of the war and war crimes. He believed that the media should not be partial to the truth and call some "unverified" accusations as the crimes of Serbs. He believed that the media should also listen to the voice of the Serbs, and should be more aware that the war is not a slap in the face, and should not be written in black or white.