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[现代文学B] 误入白虎堂(英文版)TRAPPED AT WHITE TIGER SANCTUM

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king 发表于 2021-11-15 07:43:29 | 显示全部楼层
Publisher's Note

The picture book Trapped at White Tiger Sanctum is based on two  chapters of the famous Chinese classic Outlaws of the Marsh by Shi  Nai'an, novelist of the late Yuan and early Ming dynasties (mid 14th  entury). The events that formed the background of the novel took place  in the early part of the 12th century. It was a period of ruthless  exploitation and oppression of the peasantry by the rulers of Northern  Song, which aggravated the contradictions between the peasant and  landlord classes and led to many peasant uprisings. Moreover, the ruling  class itself was so corrupt and decadent that many of its erstwhile  followers joined the ranks of the peasant rebels. The novel described in  detail the formation of the peasant army on Mount Liangshan, its growth  in strength up to its final defeat, with the focus on 108 leaders and heroes  in this army.

This picture book tells of several episodes concerning Lin Chong, a  rebel against the imperial court who became a leader of the Liangshan  forces. Lin was formerly an arms instructor in Dongjing (capital of  Northern Song). One day when he and his wife went to a temple to burn  license, they met Young Master Gao, son of Marshal Gao Qiu Seein  that Lin' s wife was so young and pretty, young Gao wanted to make her  his wife. So abetted by the dark and evil forces of the day represented by  his powerful father, he contrived to have Lin Chong sent into exile on a  trumped-up charge.

This picture book is translated from a revised version of the picture  book with the same title published by the Shanghai Peoples Fine Arts  Publishing House.
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