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Library of Chinese Classics: Creation of the Gods

Library of Chinese Classics: Creation of the Gods

Creation of the Gods I II III IV Written by Xu Zhonglin (the Yuan dynasty) Translated into English by Gu Zhizhong Published by New World Press, Foreign Languages Press and Hunan People's Publishing House, 2000 Library of Chinese classics Chinese-English edition, hardcover, library binding, 2145 pages ISBN: 7800054861 Creation of the Gods, published in the Ming Dynasty (11368-1644), is the most popular and one of the best, if not also the best-written, Chinese classics of mythical literature. It begins with the grand pilgrimage of King Zhou of the Shang Dynasty (1700 B.C.-1100 B.C.), the most notorious tyrant in Chinese legend, to worship the Goddess Nu Wa, the creator of mankind in Chinese mythology, on her birthday. The beauty of the goddess completely bewitched the monarch and sets him...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Flowers in The Mirror

Library of Chinese Classics: Flowers in The Mirror

Library of Chinese Classics: Flowers in the Mirror Author: Li Ruzhen (ca. 1763-ca. 1830) Translated into English by Lin Taiyi Library binding book, vol. I, II, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16 Publisher: Yi Lin Chu Ban She, 2005 ISBN: 7806577955 978806577950 Li Ruzhen (1763-1830) was born in Hebei province. He declined to conform to the bagu essay form and never went beyond the county examinations. He worked on his novel Flowers in the Mirror for fifteen years, completing it in 1827. This novel tells the story of a Daoist fairy named Fairy of the Hundred Flowers that has fallen from grace and tries to gain back her immortality. Li Ruzhen, himself failing to attain a higher examination degree, uses allegories to describe the caption of a human being between appearance and reality, the temporal...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Gems of Classical Chinese Poetry

Library of Chinese Classics: Gems of Classical Chinese Poetry

Library of Chinese Classics: Gems of Classical Chinese Poetry (Chinese-English) Compiled by Yuan Xingpei Translated into English by Xu Yuanchong Translated into modern Chinese by Xu Fang, Han Shan Published by Zhonghua Book Company, 2006 Library binding book, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16, hardcover, 321 pages ISBN: 7101049400 ISBN: 9787101049404 This is a new Chinese-English edition of Gems of Classical Chinese Poetry. Xu Yuan Zhong, the English translator of the poetry, presents again in this book accurate and elegant translation of classic Chinese poetry. Gems of Classical Chinese Poetry contains 152 poems. To make it easy to read and memorize, the scholars arranged the poems in the order of pentasyllabic quatrains, hepasyllabic regulated verses, pentasyllabic ancient-style poems, and...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Guanzi

Library of Chinese Classics: Guanzi

Library of Chinese Classics: Guanzi (Chinese-English) Translated into English and Modern Chinese by. Zhai Jiangyue Published by Guangxi Normal University Press, 2005 Library binding book, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16, 4 volumes, 1691 pages ISBN: 7563353461 ISBN: 9787563253460 Guanzi is a collection which was written in Guan Zhong's name during the Warring States to the Qin Dynasty and the Han Dynasty periods, and also contains some of Guan Zhong's own thoughts. Liu Xiang edited these 564 writings written in the name of Guan Zhong, expunged the repetitive contents and selected 86 for file. After that, 10 of the selected texts were lost. At present there are 76 works in existence. All bibliographies have considered Guanzi to be the work of the Legalists of the State of Qi. Actually, this...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Han Fei Zi

Library of Chinese Classics: Han Fei Zi

Hardcover ISBN 10: 710011585X ISBN 13: 9787100115858 Published by: the Commercial Press 2015 First Edition 1985 Pages, 4 Volumes Han Feizi is the Culmination of Legalists Thoughts. Han Feizi is China's Warring States Period famous thinker Han Fei (BC 280- 233 years ago) collection of writings remarks. The book is 55. the book not only records the Han Fei's political philosophy. political strategies and legal thought. also recorded historical events related to the Warring States Period and the relevant historical figures of politics.
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Library of Chinese Classics: Histories of the Three Empires

Library of Chinese Classics: Histories of the Three Empires

Library of Chinese Classics Chinese-English Histories of The Three Empires Author: Shou-Chen Pages: 443 Pub.Date: 2015-07 Yue Lu Publishing House
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Library of Chinese Classics: Huai Nan Zi

Library of Chinese Classics: Huai Nan Zi

Publisher : Guangxi Normal University Press Published Date : 5/2010 Language : English and Chinese bilingual ISBN/ISSN : 9787563393060 Pages : 1603 "Huainanzi" formerly known as "Hong Lie." "Chamber chapter," said: "This," Hong Lie "and" Thais "is also." Han GAO "Huainan Syria Head" day: "The big compared to the Road, No. Day" Honglie "." Aka "Huainan "," Huainan inside, "is its Menke Huainan Liu An relegated book. "Huainanzi" profound, someone Mu its deep, attributed Taoism; someone know its broad, attributed to miscellaneous home. GAO "Huainan Syria eye," said: "The purpose near" I ", indifferent inaction, dance imaginary keep quiet, access by road ...... however, its large compared attributed Road, Xiao Yue" Honglie "." Modern Liang and Hu few beings who hold this view. Liang said: ""...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns

Library of Chinese Classics: Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns

Library of Chinese Classics: Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns (Chinese-English) Author: Zhu Shijie (Yuan Dynasty) Translated by Chen Zaixin Published by Liaoning Education Press, 2006 Library binding book, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16, 2 Volumes, 695 pages ISBN: 7538269231 ISBN: 9787538269239 Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns was written by Zhu Shijie, the greatest Chinese mathematicians lived during the Yuan Dynasty, in 1303. With this book, Zhu brought Chinese algebra to its highest level. It contains 288 problems for solution, of which four illustrate his method of the four unknowns. He shows how to convert a problem stated verbally into a system of polynomial equations, and then how to reduce the system to a single polynomial equation in one unknown, which he solves by English...
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Library of Chinese Classics: Jen-Chien-Tz'u-Hua

Library of Chinese Classics: Jen-Chien-Tz'u-Hua

Publisher : Phoenix Press Published Date : 1/2009 Language : English and Chinese bilingual ISBN/ISSN : 9787544708494 Pages : 207 "Human Words (Chinese-English)" is the Chinese word theory masterpiece. On Wang Guowei Western philosophy, aesthetics and literary perspective, reviews the history of the development of Chinese Ci analyzed word of expression, critical evaluation of the history of the word and the word critic and elaborated his theory of the word .
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Library of Chinese Classics: Journey to the West

Library of Chinese Classics: Journey to the West

Xi You Ji, Journey to the West Written by Wu Cheng'en of the Ming Dynasty Translated by W. J. F. Jenner Published by Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, 2000 Hardcover, 6 volumes, 960 x 640, 1/16, 3,375 pages ISBN: 7119024108 Journey to the West is a mythological novel based on many centuries of popular tradition. It was probably put into its present form in the 1570s by Wu Cheng'en (1500-82). This lively fantasy relates the amazing adventures of the priest Xuanzang as he travels west in search of Buddhist sutras with his three disciples, the irreverent and capable Monkey, greedy Pig, and Friar Sand. The opening chapters recount the earlier exploits of Monkey, culminating in his rebellion against Heaven. We then learn how Xuanzang became a monk and was sent on his pilgrimage by the Tang...
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