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水滸傳 Shuǐhǔ Zhuàn kindle Ê Hardcover ✓ ➵ [Reading] ➷ 水滸傳 Shuǐhǔ Zhuàn By Pearl S. Buck ➪ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk China's great classic novel Outlaws of the Marsh written in the fourteenth century is a fictional account of twelfth century events during the Song Dynasty One by one over aAnd 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 水滸傳 Shuǐh I had read two different versions of comic based on Outlaws of the Marsh all I can say is that the stories of the Outlaws are filled with actions and excitement It's an engaging read although the author seems to hate beautiful slutty women a great deal and think all of them deserve to dieSo maybe one day I should read the original textmaybe one day

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ePUB #9734 framework we find intrigue adventure murder warfare romance in a connected series of fascinating individual tales told in the suspenseful manner of the traditional storytell Volume 1 pp 1 538Volume 2 pp 539 1072Volume 3 pp 1073 1603Volume 4 pp 1604 2149This book is a tremendous saga of outlaws that are loyal to the emperor and seek an amnesty The book is considered a classic in Chinese literature Written in the thirteenth century roughly the story tells of a group of outlaws that despise corrupt officials and feel they have blinded the emperor to whom they are loyal It would be too simple to compare this story with Robin Hood Set in the twelfth century Northern Song Dynasty and based on actual people and events the first two volumes document various conditions under which individuals commit crimes and are forced to become outlaws The stories at first seem unconnected aside being linked by common characters The sheer number of characters introduced begins to be discouraging However towards the end of the second volume many of the characters have come together to the same place and formed a huge group of outlaws The third volume documents the addition of outlaws and subseuent attempts from the capital to destroy the band of outlaws Also the outlaws are anxious for an amnesty and seek to serve the emperor The fourth volume opens with their amnesty in the first few chapters Afterwards in order to prove their loyalty they lead a military campaign against northern invaders Afterwards they are asked to put down a rebellion in the south During this massive campaign many of the characters are killed and leads up to the final chapters of the successful campaign and subseuent departure of the characters to their various ways This book is rich in Chinese culture and tradition A person familiar with Chinese culture will greatly appreciate the many customs presented and adhered to throughout the book Those who have studied Chinese language will recognize awkward English phrases that are direct translations of Chinese idioms throughout the book In any case this book gives a rich depiction of ancient Chinese cultureAs with many old classics the book is written in a different style and readers should be open to the straight forward style this book is written in There is a lot of violence in the book Wars fights beheadings etc were part of ancient cultures and should be looked upon as normal for that period of writing A long book a great story lots of characters that can be a challenge to keep track of but a great read

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水滸傳 Shuǐhǔ ZhuànChina's great classic novel Outlaws of the Marsh written in the fourteenth century is a fictional account of twelfth century events during the Song Dynasty One by one over a hundred men Introduction by Shi Changyu Outlaws of the Marsh Volume I Notes Outlaws of the Marsh Volume II Outlaws of the Marsh Volume III Outlaws of the Marsh Volume IV NotesTranslator's NoteAbout the Translator