Related books

Romance of the Three Kingdoms(Stories of Chinese Ancient Masterpieces)(English edition)

Author:Wang Guozheng

Publication date:2012-02-01

ISBN:9787508522333

Language:English

Abstract:

Romance of the Three Kingdoms,written by Luo Guanzhong 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 possibly the most famous and important novel in classic Chinese literature. ...
Recommendations Add to favorites

Introductions to books

Romance of the Three Kingdoms,written by Luo Guanzhong 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 possibly the most famous and important novel in classic Chinese literature. Not only is it the earliest of the "Four Classical Novels of Chinese literature ", but it created a complete cultural phenomenon whose impact is still fresh today.

Book catalogue

  • cover

    1
  • Titlepage

    2
  • CONTENTS

    3
  • Content Abstract

    4
  • CHAPTER 1 Dong Zhuo Monopolizes Power

    5
  • CHAPTER 2 Cao Cao Plots to Assassinate Dong Zhuo

    6
  • CHAPTER 3 Li Jue Attacks the Capital on Jia Xu's Advice

    7
  • CHAPTER 4 Li Jue and Guo Si Duel in Chang'an

    8
  • CHAPTER 5 White Gate Tower

    9
  • CHAPTER 6 Discussing Heroes While Sipping Wine

    10
  • CHAPTER 7 Riding on a Solitary Journey

    11
  • CHAPTER 8 Fighting at Guandu

    12
  • CHAPTER 9 Recommending Zhuge Liang

    13
  • CHAPTER 10 Burning of Xinye

    14
  • CHAPTER 11 Fight at the Long Slope Bridge

    15
  • CHAPTER 12 Zhuge Liang Debates with Scholars

    16
  • CHAPTER 13 Battle of Chibi in AD 208

    17
  • CHAPTER 14 Seizing Nanjun Town

    18
  • CHAPTER 15 Sweet Dew Temple

    19
  • CHAPTER 16 Provoking Zhou Yu Three Times

    20
  • CHAPTER 17 Xiliang Troops Rebel

    21
  • CHAPTER 18 Zhang Song Offers a Map to Liu Bei

    22
  • CHAPTER 19 Liu Bei Takes the Protectorship of Yizhou in AD 212—214

    23
  • CHAPTER 20 Guan Yu Goes to a Feast Alone

    24
  • CHAPTER 21 War at Ruxu

    25
  • CHAPTER 22 Dingjunshan Mountain

    26
  • CHAPTER 23 Guan Yu Drowns the Enemy Troops

    27
  • CHAPTER 24 Guan Yu Retreats to Maicheng

    28
  • CHAPTER 25 Brothers Contend for the Throne

    29
  • CHAPTER 26 Setting the Camps Ablaze

    30
  • CHAPTER 27 Calmly Planning the Five Attacks

    31
  • CHAPTER 28 Capturing Meng Huo Seven Times

    32
  • CHAPTER 29 Subduing Jiang Wei

    33
  • CHAPTER 30 Recall of Sima Yi

    34
  • CHAPTER 31 Jiang Wei Forges a Letter

    35
  • CHAPTER 32 Eight Arrays

    36
  • CHAPTER 33 Wuzhangyuan

    37
  • CHAPTER 34 Sima Yi Usurps the Throne

    38
  • CHAPTER 35 Iron Cage Mountain

    39
  • CHAPTER 36 Crusading against the Simas

    40
  • CHAPTER 37 Jiang Wei Takes Refuge

    41
  • CHAPTER 38 Three Kingdoms Make Way for the Jin Dynasty

    42
  • Copyright

    43
  • Backcover

    44

Reviews

You are not logged in. Please log in!
Log in now