Resultados para: cao-xueqin
Cao,Xueqin; Xuequin,Cao; Tsao,Hsueh-Chin; Gao,E.; Minford,John; Hawkes,David; Kao,O.(208898)
Buddhist philosophy and the experiences of the author's own family underlie this eighteenth-century novel of a Chinese family's declining fortunessob encomenda
Xueqin,Cao; Minford,John; Joly,H. Bencraft(4964410)
'Henry Bencraft Joly's attention to detail and the faithfulness in his translation of Hong Lou Meng makes this revised edition of The Dream of the Red Chamber an excellent book for the student of modern Chinese.'—Edwin H. Lowe, from his...
'quot;Cao Xueqin'quot;describes Cao Xueqin'apos;s whole life from rich to poor and full of hardships. Cao Xueqin is the author of the famous novel 'quot; Dream of Red Mansions'quot;, his name has been listed as one of the greatest writers of the...
Abridged version - Baoyu has always believed that he will marry his childhood sweetheart, Daiyu. Daiyu is beautiful and talented, very sensitive, and physically fragile. It is a huge shock to him when he learns that his parents want him to marry...sob encomenda
'quot;A dream in Red Mansions'quot; is the miniature of the late feudal society social life of the first half of the eighteenth Century. This book is in grand scale, rigorous structure, breaking the single structure mode of traditional China...
Dream of the Red Chamber is one of the four Chinese classics. The novel is semi-autobiographical and it gives an incredibly detailed insight into 18th-century life in China, particularly that of the aristocracy. The plot is grand in scale, peopled...