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西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 ã [Read] ➵ 西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì ➲ Wu Chengen – Citybreakscheap.co.uk Написанный У Чэн энем 1500 1582 около 1570 г роман ”Путешествие на Запад” стал началом жанра героико фантастическ Написанный [Read] 西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Wu Chengen Citybreakscheap.co.uk Написанный У Чэн энем 1500 1582 около 1570 г роман ”Путешествие на Запад” стал началом жанра героико фантастическ? Написанный У Чэн энем около г роман ”Путешествие на Запад” стал началом жанра героико фантастической эпопеи Повествование о похождениях Сунь У куна – царя обезьян – стало одним из любимейших в Китае и одним из самых известных за рубежом Роман У Чэн эня ”Путешествие на Запад” основывается на народных легендах о путешествии монаха Сюань цзана в Индию VII.

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в Постепенно сюжет обрастал дополнительными подробностями становясь все больше похожим на волшебную сказку – появлялись дополнительные сюжеты не связанные с основной темой новые персонажи У монаха появляются ”волшебные помощники” 西遊記 Xī MOBI : – царь обезьян Сунь У кун сосланный на землю за устроенный им переполох в Небесном дворце и свин Чжу Ба цзе также сосланный с небес за провинности Сунь У кун – персонаж героический Чжу Ба цзе – комический Вместе с монахом Сюань цзаном они образуют весьма ин?.

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西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì?ересную группу очень по разному реагирующих на действительность В романе У Чэн эня вслед за народными легендами персонаж Сунь У куна выходит на передний план именно он побеждает врагов пока монах Сюань цзан рассуждает о всеобщей добродетели и непротивлению злу Именно Сунь У кун стал одним из любимейших героев китайской литературы символом жизненной силы и бунтарства Роман трактуется и как буддийское наставление и как символическое отражение народной борьбы и как волшебная сказка и как роман о поисках истины..

西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 吴承恩; traditional Chinese 吳承恩; pinyin Wú Chéng'ēn ca – or – courtesy name Ruzhong 汝忠 pen name Sheyang Hermit was a Chinese novelist and poet of the Ming Dynasty best known for being the probable author of one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature Journey to the West also called Monkey.

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  • Lois Bujold

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìThe star rating system is really not appropriate for classic books of this sort read for curiosity and education as much as pleasure but have a somewhat random 4I was led back to this by revisiting this month an animemanga version from the early 00s of the adventure Saiyuki by Kazyua Minekura which may not even be the most gonzo version ever though I suspect it's up there But that should get a review of its own I also see by my Netflix that there is a new Chinese movie of The Journey by the same director who gifted us with the


  • Laszlo Hopp

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìI read the four volume revised Kindle edition of this book translated by Anthony C Yu The story is the fictive rendition of a journey made by a 7th century Buddhist monk Xuanzang during the Tang Dynasty He undertook his famous nearly two decade long pilgrimage in order to study Buddhism and acuire original Sanskrit texts of the religion from India When he returned to China he translated many of the original texts to Chinese thus leaving a decisive legacy on Chinese Buddhism Some of the pilgrim's original scrolls are saved in a pagoda inside Xingijao Temple near today's XianThe story starts with the mystical events of a creature becoming the Handsome Monkey King Through various twists and turns he acuires great skills and a variety of supernatural power which he will continue to use throughout the book Some mischievous acts in Heaven land him in trouble but upon the d


  • Wreade1872

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìA monk and his 3 supernatural disciples set out on a journey westward to obtain buddhist scriptures Actually that description is the story eventually there's uite a bit of build up and background to get through firstSo there were a few surprises in this for me Firstly while it might well be based on ancient legend this isn't some oral tale which has simply been written down but rather a proper literary piece from the 16th century Which is uite recent from china's point of view I find it uite difficult to read fairytales so was uite glad this wasn't oneSecondly i'm a big fan of the tv adaptation of this 'Monkey' It was a 70's show made by japan rather than china and then dubbed into english by people who often didn't even have a script they would just make up the story based on what seemed to be happening on screen For all of th


  • Peter

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìI really enjoy as most do Part One the origin of Sun Wukong and his hell raising days before he is finally subdued by Buddha After that I am often annoyed as some are by how weepy yet obstinate Xuanzang is especially because he is supposed to be a highly cultivated monk how underdeveloped t


  • Melanie

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìThis has to be one of the most boring books I have ever read I mean the beginning of the book back when Sun Wukong was free to do whatever he pleased was pretty acceptable But in the moment he is given the task of babysitting Sanzang is where the book starts to get irritating I understand that the book is supposed to be epic and full of metaphors but imagine the case when someone asks Wukong something and instead of reading the sentence and Wukong explained everything that happened to him he actually tells everything he had been through I feel awfully frustrated with the speed of the story I feel as if I'm stuck in a boring journeyI am going to read the rest of the books though It's


  • Aurora

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìSorry in advance for a terrible review I suck at writing them So The Journey to the West starts out with this stone monkey and his adventures on Flower Fruit Mountain After the first 7 or so chapters we move to a Buddhist monk and his 3 disciples one of those being that monkey going on surprise a journey to the west I found this book really fascinating and surprisingly easy to read So far in this story they haven’t accomplished much and have mostly just been gathering disciples fighting monsters and stealing things cough Sun Wu’Kung cough Looking forward to reading volume 2 I just started watching the new Netflix adaptation called the New Legends of Monkey or something like that and honestly it’s really not great


  • Sarah

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìWell this is just one of four parts to this rather enormous Chinese work that I've been meaning to read for a long time now The Journey to the West at least this portion is most notably about the origins of Sun Wukong the mischievous monkey king of folklore For the most part even just this installation of the epic feels like it is split into two distinct subcategories one being far supreme to the other The first thing I noticed


  • Letitia

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìThis first volume is pretty interesting and less formulaic than the subseuent volumes which are the pilgrims' episodic adventures rinsed and repeated Here we start with Monkey's enlightenment how he causes chaos in Heaven and is punished; the Tang Emperor makes a really trivial mistake that almost costs him his life and necessitates the commission of a pilgrimage to India to show his piety; Guanyin doing the legwork of gathering all the involved parties for Tripitaka's pilgrimageTripitaka Monkey and Pigsy's backstories are pretty vivid; it is kind of hilarious that Monkey is a total ruffian much like the thugs in 水浒传 Outlaws of the Marsh Pigsy is lazy lecherous and sinful and Tripitaka is naggy and cowardly Sandy and the horse don't really need to be mentionedOne annoying thing about this story is the fact that all the demons are really there just for the sake of being enemies and putting tribulations in Tripitaka's way These deus ex machina interventions


  • Greg Kerestan

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu JìI first started reading this book many years ago but didn't pick it up seriously until last week I'm surprised at how many of th


  • Aubrey

    西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì Read ´ 104 西遊記 Xī Yóu Jì355It's been a while since I last made my way through an extended volume set In terms of familiarity this doesn't have the recognizable if conscious obfuscation of 'In Search of Lost Time' nor is it as esoteric despite its relative straightforwardness as The Arabian Nights Indeed I compared the experience in a previous group read message to my reading of The Canterbury Tales which is both contemporaneous with JttW than the previous two and also has a similar structure of a seuence of interlinked short storiesadventures conveyed through a set case of minimally fluct