Romance of the Three Kingdoms
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Romance of the Three Kingdoms, written by Luo Guanzhong in the 14th century, is a Chinese historical novel based upon events in the turbulent years near the end of the Han Dynasty, and the Three Kingdoms period (220-280). It is acclaimed as one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.
Table of contents[edit | edit source]
- Chapter 1: Three brave men swear an oath of allegiance at the feast in the peach gardens, our heroes' first achievement is the vanquishing of the Yellow Turbans
- Chapter 2: Zhang Yide gets angry and whips the County Inspector, Uncle He plots the murder of the wretched eunuchs
- Chapter 3: How Dong Zhuo rebukes Ding Yuan in the Garden of Warmth and Brightness, and Li Su wins over Lü Bu with offerings of gold and pearls
- Chapter 4: Deposing the Han emperor: Chenliu becomes emperor; plotting against the villain Dong: Mengde presents a dagger.
- Chapter 5: A forged imperial edict is issued: all towns respond to Lord Cao; Breaking through the soldiers at the pass: three heroes battle Lü Bu.
Prologue[edit | edit source]
|臨江仙||The Immortals by the River||Die Unsterblichen am Fluss|
|楊慎||by Yang Shen (1488-1559)||von Yang Shen (1488-1559)|