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Free eBook The True Story of Ah Q (Chinese-English Illustrated Edition) download ISBN: 7800055639
Author: Lu Xun
Publisher: New World Press; Second Printing edition (January 2000)
Language: Chinese English
Pages: 155
Category: Other
Size MP3: 1813 mb
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The True Story of Ah Q is an episodic novella written by Lu Xun, first published as a serial between December 4, 1921 and February 12, 1922

The True Story of Ah Q is an episodic novella written by Lu Xun, first published as a serial between December 4, 1921 and February 12, 1922. It was later placed in his first short story collection "Call to Arms" (吶喊, Nàhǎn) in 1923 and is the longest story in the collection. The piece is generally held to be a masterpiece of modern Chinese literature, since it is considered the first piece of work to fully utilize Vernacular Chinese after the 1919 May 4th Movement in China.

Together, they give Lu Xun his best shot to date of achieving renown .

Together, they give Lu Xun his best shot to date of achieving renown beyond the Chinese world. If it succeeds in this, the book could be considered the most significant Penguin Classic ever published. I came across a number of references to Lu Xun and thought I should take a look at his work. As a model worker/writer in the eyes of the Chinese establishment of the 50's and 60's, his work was standard reading for a generation of Chinese school children. Pretty good stories, set mostly before the revolution.

Lu Xun's stories both indict outdated Chinese traditions and embrace China's cultural richness and individuality

Lu Xun's stories both indict outdated Chinese traditions and embrace China's cultural richness and individuality. This volume presents brand-new translations by Julia Lovell of all of Lu Xun's stories, including 'The Real Story of Ah-Q', 'Diary of a Madman', 'A Comedy of Ducks', 'The Divorce' and 'A Public Example', among others. With an afterword by Yiyun Li.

Considered a masterpiece, this story was written in 1921, and is set in the China of 1911: the period of the .

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 Q, a farm laborer who suffers a lifetime of humiliation and persecution, dreams of revolution, and ends up on the execution ground. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

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Home → Shop → Fiction Books → 20th Century → True Story of Ah Q (Illustrated Version). True Story of Ah Q (Illustrated Version). When it was published, this book appealed to a generation to look after their poor, contributing to the cultural environment that led to the 1949 revolution. This bilingual version is illustrated with beautiful woodblock prints that Ding Cong made to accompany the origional text. It is translated by the famous translation team, Gladys and Xianyi Yang.

Lu Xun. The True Story of Ah-Q. Chapter One: Introduction.

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Lu Xun's short stories are brought together in two collections – Call to Arms and Wandering. Through criticizing Ah Q's self-deception, Lu Xun hoped to waken Chinese peasants' awareness and desire for revolution. Call to Arms includes 14 works written between 1918 and 1922. Works in this collection were marked by the strong patriotic and revolutionary passion that prevailed in China during the May 4th Movement (1919). The "True Story of Ah Q" has gained worldwide fame and is one of the greatest works in the history of Chinese literature.

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 Q, a farm laborer who suffers a lifetime of humiliation and 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 contradictions and the peasant masses' demand for revolution. Its simplicity and directness of style, and the beauty of Lu Hsun's language, place The True Story of Ah Q high among literary works of the time for both content and style.