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Kafka said: "I think we should read the books that hurt us and stab us." Well, Seventeen of the Faraways is perhaps a book like this. With "seventeen of the faraways" as the title, it seems to be telling the story of the faraway, but in fact it's just reminding us again and again of a cruel fact that we keep on saying we would go faraway, but we are struggling and wandering in situ day after day; and even when we've gone faraway, those struggling and wandering will still follow us as always, changing the appearance of the faraway. The author Yuan Zi is never being sensational or sentimental, nor does he ever deliberately exaggerates his grievance as a "loser ". His articles are plain, detailed, and don't even do a tiny bit of speculation. Some people say that his articles are the diaries of "north drift", and this diary of Seventeen of the Faraways constitutes a picture of millions of north drifters in Beijing. It is line drawing, a photo album, and also a life experience that has the most historical value. 卡夫卡说："我觉得我们应该阅读那些伤害我们和捅我们一刀的书。"《十七个远方》或许就是这样的书，它以十七个远方为题目，好像是在讲述远方的故事，然而事实上，它只是一再提醒我们一个残酷的事实：我们口口声声说要去远方，却日复一日地在原地挣扎徘徊；而且即使我们真的去了远方，那些挣扎和徘徊也会一如既往地跟随着我们，改变着远方的模样。远子从来不煽情，也从来不刻意夸大自己作为一个"屌丝"的委屈和心酸。他的文章平实，详尽，甚至不做多一丝一毫的揣测。有人说他的文章是北漂日记，而《十七个远方》这本日记，却构成了北京千千万万北漂的生活图景，是白描，是图册，也是最有史料价值的一份生活经验。
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