- Author:Shi Nai'An,Sidney Shapiro
- Publisher:Foreign Languages Press (January 1, 2001)
- Pages:2149 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Three Kingdoms (Chinese Classics, 4 Volumes) by Luo Guanzhong . The second section of the book seems to shift the emphasis from the earlier blind aggression to more selective confrontations.
Ships from and sold by Great Wall Bookstore. The story, one of the four great Chinese classical novels, describes events from the 12th century Song Dynasty. The plot, written during the 16th century Ming Dynasty is fiction, though it is based on historical characters. After the death of Chao Gai, a righteous man turned outlaw dies in a battle, an emerging new leader, Song Jiang takes over at Liangshan Marsh.
Shi Naian is one of the respected elders of Chinese literature. As this novel defies stereotypes of traditional Chinese culture, it also presents one of the most complex and ambivalent portraits of heroism in literature. In addition to authoring Water Margin, he was also the teacher of Lo Kuan-chung, author of Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The bandits in the Water Margin are not merely "Robin Hood in China" though some that is stolen form the rich is indeed given to the poor, they are each complex individuals with their own motivations, often in contradiction with their comrades and themselves.
One by one, over a hundred men and women are forced by the harsh feudal officialdom to take to the hills.
In sinology, the Classic Chinese Novels are two sets of the four or six best-known traditional Chinese novels. These are among the world's longest and oldest novels, and they are the most read, studied and adapted works of pre-modern Chinese fiction.
One by one, over a hundred men and women are forced by the harsh feudal officialdom to take to the hills
One by one, over a hundred men and women are forced by the harsh feudal officialdom to take to the hills. They band together and defeat every attempt of the government troops to crush them. Within this framework we find intrigue, adventure, murder, warfare, romance. in a connected series of fascinating individual tales, told in the suspenseful manner of the traditional storyteller.
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The novel is set in the Song dynasty and depicts a group of outlaws who eventually go on to serve the Emperor in battling foreign invaders.
The story, one of the four great Chinese classical novels, describes events from the 12th century Song Dynasty. I would separate the book into two sections.
China's great classic novel Outlaws of the Marsh, written i.Obviously a book with outlaws as its main characters should incline us towards that assessment, but it's really quite a programmatic part of the novel.At times it challenges readers with repetition and too many names. It's hard to keep track of so many chieftains and generals, and the middle campaigns become somewhat repetitious. Governments are generally bad things, showing themselves to be evil and/or dangerously incompetent throughout.
Chinese classic literature offers some of the most excellent novels ever written. We pick the classic novels all Chinese novel fans should read. Outlaws of the Marsh by Shi Nai'An. Four volumes - started the tv series, haven't finished yet. Knight errantry in China. Outlaws of the Marsh (Chinese Classics, Classic Novel in 4 Volumes). Outlaws of the Marsh (Chinese Classics, Classic Novel in 4 Volumes)