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[Read] ➮ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn Author Lu Xun – Weplayit.co Considered a masterpiece this story was written in 1921 and is set in the China of 1911 the period of the old democratic revolution It concerns the tragedy of Ah a farm laborer who suffers a lifetime Considered a masterpiece this story was written in 1921 and is set in the China of 1911 the period of the old democratic revolution It concerns the tragedy of Ah a farm laborer who suffers a lifetime of humiliation a.

Nd persecution dreams of revolution and ends up on the execution ground The story colorfully reflects the rural conditions in semi feudal and semi colonial China and brings to life the time's sharp class contradictio.

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阿正傳 book Āzhèngzhuàn kindle 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFNd persecution dreams of revolution and ends up on the execution ground The story colorfully reflects the rural conditions in semi feudal and semi colonial China and brings to life the time's sharp class contradictio.

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  1. Sidharth Vardhan Sidharth Vardhan says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFThis Lu Xun's only novel is rather popular in China There 'Ah ' is a mocking expression for someone who is finds meaningless spiritual victories in his defeats and loses This is exactly what character of Ah is constantly doing finding spiritual victory whenever he is being beaten by people which is a rather freuent occurance The metaphor is rather strong how many nations cultures and individuals find something to be proud of in their most humiliating loses?The writing seems to be strongly inspired by Gogol the similar dark humour similar display of humanity as something pathetic and similar use of deceptively simple looking story containing lots of allusions and metaphors to understand which you need to have deep knowledge of Chinese culture


  2. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFThis piece is an eye opener to the Chinese culture although it comes in the form of a Fiction novel The novel takes place in the country side of China and follows the character named Ah from the time of his adulthood until death Ah is considered as nobody amongst the town people and he is very much complacent with that until he gets the opportunity to make a name for himself and reputation The novel gives way to the struggle and standard that the Chinese are held up to in order to be considered a success


  3. Thomas Clairmont Thomas Clairmont says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFjust finished reading the bilingual edition of the true story of ah by lu xun chinesefrench for my modern and contemporary chinese literature class and I kind of enjoyed it this novella is generally held to be a masterpiece of modern chinese literature it is also considered as the first piece of work to fully utilize vernacular chinese after the may 4th movement in 1919 chinai said that i kind of liked it because i simply didn't liked the translation ive read but still liked the story after all the translation was


  4. Patrick Cowsill Patrick Cowsill says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFAh is the best story I've ever read by a Chinese author


  5. Amanda (musicalpoem) Amanda (musicalpoem) says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFWhile I am fully aware that I need to be far well versed in Chinese history to fully understand Lu Xun’s critiue and social commentary of Chinese society and culture what satire I did recognize was sharply written Ah is the embodiment of all of China’s faults and flaws prior to the Cultural Revolution and Lu Xun writes it well It’s kind of comical to read about Ah ’s journey and the end of the story makes it clear as to what Lu Xun’s feelings are about the state of Chinese national character at the time


  6. Madhav Sinha Madhav Sinha says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFOne of the greatest story of all time simply toldI had come across this story way back in 1980s when I was privileged to see the Bengali theatre adaptation JagannathAlmost immediately I borrowed a selection of his stories in Bengali LU HSUNer nirvachit


  7. Huyen Huyen says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFLu Xun exposes all the ugliness and backwardness in Chinese society at the turn of the twentieth century Interestingly I can see many things he describes in my own society and the Asian mentality in general


  8. Dustin J Allen Dustin J Allen says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFWish I'd been exposed to influential writers from Asia before now but glad I'm getting some exposure to some now Turns out Lu Xun is total bad ass this book is hilarious dark and fkn strange


  9. Lulu Zen Lulu Zen says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFA is an outcast one who nevertheless has an irreplaceable place in the small village that he lives in Despite villagers' distain of him he is a handy seasonal employee laughingstock at the local pub and most importantly a scapegoatbeneficiary for things unfamiliar to Weizhuang However the world sees him he lives with content in his own translation He clings to power because as much as he can justify his supremacy by calling everyone his son at heart he gains the most gratification via the admiration of others He notices physical pain hunger and sexual desire but nowhere in the book does it mention that he has a sense of empathy or sense of morality I think Lu Xun's description of a sociopathic narcissistic outlier reflects on the world around him than the person himself The fact that the villagers buy A 's bluff reflects they know as much about what's going on as A does; the fake westerner's cruelty toward his fellow countrymen make


  10. Patrick Patrick says:

    PDF/EPUB Lu Xun ´ 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn MOBI ê ´ 阿正傳 book, Āzhèngzhuàn kindle, 阿正傳 ĀZhèngzhuàn PDFTake my rating with a grain of salt since I read this in a ruined Spanish language edition from 1970 Lu Xun gets his point across and the misadventures of A are certainly entertaining but for me the satire is just a bit too on the nose It's clear from the first five pages that A 's spiritual victories are symbolic of late imperial China'self destructive pride in the face of constant inadeuacy and humiliation and from then on every chapter is a variation on the theme For me it was 55 as a document of its times but not necessarily captivating on its own The prose seemed simple enough that I don't think i missed too much in translation but it's likely that I would have been better off reading this in the original


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