7 edition of The dream of the red chamber found in the catalog.
The dream of the red chamber
|Statement||[English translation by Florence and Isabel McHugh].|
|Series||Universal Library -- 226.|
|Contributions||McHugh, Florence., McHugh, Isabel.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 582 p.|
|Number of Pages||582|
For more than a century and a half, Dream of the Red Chamber has been recognized in China as the greatest of its novels, a Chinese Romeo-and-Juliet love story and a portrait of one of the world's great civilizations. Chi-chen Wang's translation is skillful, accurate and fascinating/5(2). The Dream of the Red Chamber Book I by Xueqin CAO (c. - ), translated by Henry Bencraft JOLY ( - ) Genre(s): Literary Fiction Read by: Jing Li, Elizabeth Buchanan, Nicholas.
Book Summary; About Dream of the Red Chamber; Summary and Analysis three-year-old daughter Ying-lien (Lotus) beside the Temple of the Gourd in the city of Kusu (today: Soochow). In a dream, Shihyin meets two immortals (a monk and a Taoist), who show him a beautiful piece of jade, the Precious Jade of Spiritual Understanding. Mansion, as. The "Red Chamber" is an expression used to describe the sheltered area where the daughters of wealthy Chinese families lived. Believed to be based on the author's own life and intended as a memorial to the women that he knew in his youth, The Dream of the Red Chamber is a multilayered story that offers up key insights into Chinese culture.
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The Dream of the Red Chamber: A Chinese Novel in Two Books Paperback – Aug by Cao Xueqin (Author), H. Bencraft Joly (Translator)3/5(5). Book Summary The basic storyline of A Dream of Red Mansions focuses primarily on the Chia family. There are two dukes in the family — Duke Ning-kuo and Duke Jung-kuo.
Chia Fu, the elder grandson of Duke Ning-kuo, dies young, so the second grandson, Chia Ching, succeeds to the title after the death of his father, Chia Tai-hua.
The dream of the red chamber book of the Red Chamber is an 18th-century novel written by Cao Zhan that is generally considered to be the greatest novel of Chinese literature. It details the decline of the Jia family as it blends realism and romance, psychological motivation and fate, and daily life and supernatural occurrences.
Free download or read online The Dream of the Red Chamber pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Cao Xueqin. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this classics, fiction story are Baoyu, Daiyu/5.
Xin jian quan bu xiu xiang Hong lou meng (Newly printed complete illustrated edition of the Dream of the red chamber) is also known as the Cheng-A edition. It is the first printed edition of the classic novel written by Cao Xueqin (circa −63), one of China’s greatest novelists.
Included here are the preface and comments by Zhang Ruzhi at the tops of the pages, the table of. Dream of the Red Chamber, written in the 18th century in China, is a book for people who have a particular interest in Chinese culture. For those of thus who do, we are grateful to have it available.
But for a person just looking for a diverting read, not so much/5(31). Dream of the Red Chamber, written in the 18th century in China, is a book for people who have a particular interest in Chinese culture. For those of thus who do, we are grateful to have it available.
But for a person just looking for a diverting read, not so much/5(28). The Dream of the Red Chamber Paperback – August 1, by Cao Xueqin (Author), David Hawkes (Translator) out of 5 stars 15 ratings See all 14 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions3/5(7).
Hung Lou Meng, or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel, Book I by Cao. No cover available. One of China's Four Great Classical Novels, "The Dream of the Red Chamber" is perhaps the greatest novel written in the Chinese vernacular.
Its authorship is attributed to Cao Xueqin, who lived sometime from the early to mid-eighteenth century. Little is known of Cao Xueqin, except from what was passed down from his contemporaries and friends.3/5(15).
The Story of the Stone (or Dream of the Red Chamber), a Chinese novel by Cao Xueqin and continued by Gao E, tells of an amazing garden, of a young man's choice between two beautiful women, of his journey toward /5(5). The Dream of the Red Chamber (also known as The Story of the Stone) is one of the Four Great Classical Novels of China, and considered the greatest of them all.
Almost 40 main characters and some minor characters tell the fortunes of the Chia family; the book details mainly the life of Chia Pao-yü, the heir apparent, who is described as very intelligent, but also as carefree.
There are two versions to tackle: The Dream of the Red Chamber , by Tuttle; or the 5-volume Penguin Classics series of The Story Of The Stone, starting with The I appreciate this is a couple of excerpts which didn't relate to one another, but it read like a list, with no magic whatsoever to commend it/5.
Introduction. Dream of the Red Chamber is a one-volume adaptation of a much longer, three-volume work, sometimes translated into English as A Dream of Red is China's best-known novel. We have based this set of Notes on the three-volume original novel, feeling that the richness of the original work is too important to ignore.
The Dream of the Red Chamber book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. BOOK DESCRIPTION Although dreams have been studied in great d 4/5(7). About the Author. Cao Xueqin was born into a wealthy family whose status and fortune diminished when he was a child.
He spent the remainder of his life in poverty. The Dream of the Red Chamber, which he devoted ten years of his life to writing, /5(7). The Story of the Stone, also known as The Dream of the Red Chamber, is one of the Four Great Classical Novels of China.
Cáo Xuěqín wrote the work sometime in the 18 th century, during the Qing dynasty—the last volume in the five-volume sequence was compiled and published many years later by Gao-E, who added additional chapters to complete the unfinished work.
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For more than a century and a half, Dream of the Red Chamber has been recognized in China as the greatest of its novels, a Chinese Romeo-and-Juliet love story and a portrait of one of the world’s great civilizations. Chi-chen Wang’s translation is skillful, accurate and fascinating.