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travels of Lao Can
Translation of: Lao-tsʻan yu chi.
|Statement||Liu E. ; translated by Yang Xianyi and Gladys Yang.|
|Contributions||Yang, Hsien-i., Yang, Gladys.|
|LC Classifications||PL2718.I8 L313 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||84247643|
Travels of Lao Ts'an (Plot) Written by Liu E/ Liu T'ieh-yun. It's the stories of the wandering doctor Lao Can. Allegorically, it represents the Ming leftover civilians/Ming loyalists searching for a solution to China's problems. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The travels of Lao Ts'an Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. A novel Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. ) :
The Travels of Lao Can is a novel by Liu E (). Thinly disguising his own views in those of the physician hero, Liu describes the rise of the Boxers in the countryside, the decay of the Yellow River control system, and the hypocritical incompetence of the : E Liu. Lao Ts’an passes through Tsinanfu as the novel opens and visits the city’s famous sites in chapters 2 through 4. *Ts’aochoufu *Ts’aochoufu (TSOW-choh-few).
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The use of language, observations and detailed descriptions all show the author's originality. Among late Qing-dynasty novels, The Travels of Lao Can is, artistically, a prominent work.5/5(3). 'The Travels of Lao Can' or 'Lao Can Youji' was written by Liu E () between during the late Qing era.
This current edition was published by Chinese Literature (Panda Books, Beijing) inand was translated by Yang Xianyi and Gladys Yang.5/5(3). The Travels of Lao Can. Written by Liu E, an intellectual born at the end of the Qing Dynasty. By describing what Lao Can sees and hears in his travels, the author fiercely attacks the injustices he witnessed and exposed the hypocrisy of so-called honest and upright officials/5.
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We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Context Liu E was a native of Dantu in Jiangsu, born in His family was educated, one of the earliest to receive western influence.
Liu E was a scholar, a rich man. He did many important acts, fixed the flood of the yellow river, help the people in Beijing that where. To describe The Travels of Lao Ts’an as a picaresque novel would be altogether accurate except for the nature of its hero.
The true picaro is a rascal of low birth, and this characterization does. In Chinese literature: 19th-century native prose and poetry E, whose Laocan youji (–07; The Travels of Lao Can), a fictional account of contemporary life, pointed to the problems confronting the tottering Qing dynasty.
The travels of Lao Can. [E Liu; Harold Shadick] -- A thinly disguised social satire, follows Lao Ts'an as he journeys around China trying to correct the attitude toward women and the social injustice that he sees, and to engage in philosophical. Irish travel writer Dervla Murphy is no stranger to writing about her adventures.
Having travelled by bicycle, train, foot and flight to far-reaching corners of the world, she tackled Laos in her travel memoir One Foot in Laos, which chronicles her visit to the most heavily bombed nation on earth.
Murphy’s anti-globalization views and criticism of Western tourists are on full display in this book as she. Autobiographical novel, showing "Lao Can" (Liu E), discoverer of Oracle Bones, in his profession of physician, his interest in the Yellow River and his attitude towards officialdom in general.
Also a fabulous intro, written under Party supervision, by acclaimed scholar Yiangsi : Olympia Press. The Travels of Lao Can is a novel by Liu E (). Thinly disguising his own views in those of the physician hero, Liu describes the rise of the Boxers in the countryside, the decay of the Yellow River control system, and the hypocritical incompetence of the : Goodreads members voted The Travels of Lao Can into the following lists: Masterworks of Asian Literature, Chinese Literature, and Fiction from the Chines.
By describing what Lao Can sees and hears in his travels, the author fiercely attacks the injustices he witnessed and exposed the hypocrisy of so-called "honest and upright officials." Intriguing novel, and one of the last books to be written in the "old style" of Chinese : See also: The Travels of Lao Can The language in Liu E's novels borrowed illusions and images from classical Chinese literature and Liu E used symbolism in his novels.
Therefore, his works appealed to readers who had a classical education and were considered sophisticated in their : Illustrated fiction. Autobiographical novel, showing "Lao Can" (Liu E), discoverer of Oracle Bones, in his profession of physician, his interest in the Yellow River and his attitude towards officialdom in general.
Also a fabulous intro, written under Party supervision, by acclaimed scholar Yiangsi Yang. Genre/Form: Fiction Chinese fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Liu, E, Travels of Lao Can. Beijing, China: Chinese Literature.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Lao can you ji. Description: 8, pages ; 21 cm. Series Title: Panda books. One of Liu's best known works is The Travels of Lao Can.
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Also note that the footnotes are mostly explanations rather than references. So, if you are stumped by a particular section you may want to check out the footnotes in it. Chapter 1: introduction to character of Lao. The Travels Of Lao Can Paperback – July 23 by Liu E.
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