The Story of the Western Wing
University of California Press, 1 באוג׳ 1990 - 300 עמודים
China's most important love comedy, Wang Shifu's Xixiangji, or The Story of the Western Wing, is a rollicking play that chronicles the adventures of the star-crossed lovers Oriole and Student Zhang. Since its appearance in the thirteenth century, it has enjoyed unparalleled popularity. The play has given rise to innumerable sequels, parodies, and rewritings; it has influenced countless later plays, short stories, and novels and has played a crucial role in the development of drama criticism. This translation of the full and complete text of the earliest extant version is available in paperback for the first time. The editors' introduction will inform students of Chinese cultural and literary traditions.
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מהדורות אחרות - הצג הכל
abbot affair aria beauty brother century Chang'an characters Chinese Chucklehead speaks clouds Clown speaks Coda Crimson sings Crimson speaks Dharma Wit DongJieyuan drama dynasty enters and speaks Female lead sings Female lead speaks flowers Flying Tiger Flying Tiger Sun genre girl Grand physician speaks heart heaven Hezhong Hongzhi Hongzhi edition horse Idema incense jade Jin Shengtan Junrui lead enters leaves letter ling Liu Bang lovers Luoyang lute boy madam Male lead acts Male lead speaks mamage Ming Ming dynasty missy mode monastery monks moon mother night Offstage interjects Old lady speaks Oriole Oriole's play poem recites scholar sexual Sima Xiangru simurgh sister sorrow spring Story Student sings Student speaks Student Zhang Tale of Oriole talent Tang translation Wang Shifu Western Wing Xiang Xiang Yu Xixiang Xixiangji Yang Guifei young Yuan Yuan dynasty zaju Zhang Gong Zheng Heng zhuan Zhuo Wenjun zither
עמוד 3 - You would have done much better to let me look at it in the first place, instead of hiding it so guiltily." "In your case, coz, I have nothing to be afraid of," said Bao-yu, "but if I do let you look, you must promise not to tell anyone. It's marvellous stuff. Once you start reading it, you'll even stop wanting to eat!