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eBook Library of Chinese Classics--a Dream Under the Southern Bough ePub

by Tang Xianzu

  • ISBN: 7119041657
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Tang Xianzu
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Foreign Languages Press(Beijing China) (November 2006)
  • Pages: 565
  • ePub book: 1503 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1955 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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The king appoints Chunyu Fen to a high p A Dream under the Southern Bough, written in 1600, is a representative work of Tang Xianzu, a distinguished playwright of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

The king appoints Chunyu Fen to a high p A Dream under the Southern Bough, written in 1600, is a representative work of Tang Xianzu, a distinguished playwright of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The play is about a dream, in which the hero, a discharged army officer named Chunyu Fen, dreams that he enters an ant hole, and ends up marrying the daughter of the king of the ants. The king appoints Chunyu Fen to a high position in his administratio. he play is known as one of "the four dreams".

2003,A Dream under the Southern Bough.

A Dream under the Southern Bough, written in 1600, is a representative work of Tang Xianzu, a distinguished playwright of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). 2003,A Dream under the Southern Bough. 2001,The Peony Pavilion.

Tang Xianzu (traditional Chinese: 湯顯祖; simplified Chinese: 汤显祖; September 24, 1550 – July 29, 1616) . A page from a printed copy of Record of Southern Bough (also known as A Dream Under the Southern Bough).

Tang Xianzu (traditional Chinese: 湯顯祖; simplified Chinese: 汤显祖; September 24, 1550 – July 29, 1616), courtesy name Yireng (義仍), was a Chinese playwright of the Ming Dynasty. Tang was a native of Linchuan, Jiangxi and his career as an official consisted principally of low-level positions.

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A Dream Under the Southern Bough. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A Dream Under the Southern Bough from your list? A Dream Under the Southern Bough. Published January 1, 2003 by Tang Xianzu.

This book is in English and simplified Chinese and is a wonderful addition to any library. Tang Xianzu was a very influential playwright and this is partially why his works are still popular today. A Dream Under the Southern Bough A Dream Under the Southern Bough is one of the literary masterpieces written by Chinese dramatist Tang Xianzu (author of the Handan Dream, Peony Pavilion, The Purple Hairpin, Record of Southern Bough, The Purple Flute) in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

The dream world is an often-explored motif in the greatest works of Ming playwright Tang Xianzu, including A Dream Under the Southern Bough. Hailed as the Shakespeare of the East, Tang’s romantic view of love and dreams were a foil against the feudal conventions of his time. the substation ・・・ REMEMBER SWING SINGAPORE? ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ The largest street party ever in Singapore was held in 1988 at Orchard Road to celebrate National Day, but was subsequently discontinued because it was not family friendly enough

examples of classical Chinese drama and one of Tang Xianzu’s most important Dream Cycle plays. which has remained a beloved part of the Chinese operatic repertoire.

examples of classical Chinese drama and one of Tang Xianzu’s most important Dream Cycle plays.

These dramas are called dreams, because dreams play a large role in the plot of. .

These dramas are called dreams, because dreams play a large role in the plot of each. Tang Xianzu, a native of Linchuan, Jiangxi, received his provincial examination degree of ju ren at the age of 21 and his jin shi degree more than ten years later.

A Dream under the Southern Bough, written in 1600, is a representative work of Tang Xianzu, a distinguished playwright of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The play is about a dream, in which the hero, a discharged army officer named Chunyu Fen, dreams that he enters an ant hole, and ends up marrying the daughter of the king of the ants. The king appoints Chunyu Fen to a high position in his administration... The play is known as one of "the four dreams".