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Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

Author: Lo Kuan-Chung; C H Brewitt-Taylor
Publisher: New York : Tuttle Publishing, 2011.
Series: Tuttle Classics of Asian Literature S.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Romance of the Three Kingdoms is Lo Kuan-chung's retelling of the events attending the fall of the Han Dynasty in 220 A.D., one of the most tumultuous and fascinating periods in Chinese history. It is an epic saga of brotherhood and rivalry, of loyalty and treachery, of victory and death. As important for Chinese culture as the Homeric epics have been for the West, this fourteenth-century masterpiece continues  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Kuan-Chung, Lo.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
New York : Tuttle Publishing, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lo Kuan-Chung; C H Brewitt-Taylor
ISBN: 9781462903030 1462903037
OCLC Number: 779140755
Notes: Chapter xc: wild beasts as warriors: k'ung-ming's sixth victory: burning of the rattan army: seventh capture of the king.
Description: 1 online resource (1117 pages).
Contents: Cover; Copyright; CONTENTS; CHAPTER LXI: RESCUE OF O-TOU BY CHAO YUN: TS'AO TS'AO REPULSED BY A LETTER; CHAPTER LXII: TAKING OF FOU PASS: YANG AND KAO SLAIN: SIEGE OF LO CITY: HUANG AND WEI RIVALS; CHAPTER LXIII: CHUKO LIANG MOURNS FOR P'ANG T'UNG: CHANG FEI RELEASES YEN YEN; CHAPTER LXIV: PLAN FOR THE CAPTURE OF CHANG JEN: BORROWING SOLDIERS TO DESTROY MA CH'AO; CHAPTER LXV: GREAT BATTLE AT CHIAMING PASS: LIU PEI TAKES THE GOVERNORSHIP OF ICHOU; CHAPTER LXVI: KUAN YU GOES TO A FEAST ALONE, BUT ARMED: FU HUANG-HOU DIES FOR THE STATE. Chapter lxvii: ts'ao ts'ao conquers hanchung: chang lia 0 spreads terror atchaoyao fordchapter lxviii: kan ning's hundred horsemen raid the enemy's camp; tso tz'u's flung-down cup fools ts'ao ts'ao; chapter lxix: kuan lu takes the sortes by the book of changes: loyal subjects die for their country; chapter lxx: fierce chang fei takes a position by guile: aged huang chung captures ahilly by stratagem; chapter lxxi: at the capture of tui hill huang chung scores a success: on the han waters chao yun conquers a host; chapter lxxii: chuko liang's wit takes hanchung. TS'AO A-MAN'S ARMY RETIRES UP HSIEHKUCHAPTER LXXIIl: YUAN-TE BECOMES PRINCE OF HANCHUNG: YUN-CH'ANG ATTACKS AND OCCUPIES HSIANGYANG; CHAPTER LXXIV: P'ANG TE TAKES HIS COFFIN ON A CAMPAIGN; KUAN YU DROWNS HIS ENEMIES; CHAPTER LXXV: SURGERY ON A WOUNDED ARM: LU MENG IN A WHITE ROBE CROSSES THE RIVER; CHAPTER LXXVI: HSU FIGHTS ON THE MEIN RIVER; KUAN RETREATS TO MAICH'ENG; CHAPTER LXXVIl: KUAN YU MANIFESTS HIS SACRED CHARACTER AT THE JADE FOUNT HILL: TS'AO TS'AO IS POSSESSED AT LOYANG; CHAPTER LXXVIII: HUA T'O, TREATING TS'AO TS'AO. HIMSELF DIES: TS'AO TS'AO'S LAST WORDS AND DEATH. Chapter lxxix:a cruel brother: a poem: an undutiful nephew: punishmentchapter lxxx: deposition of the emperor: the prince of han chung claims to be the true successor; chapter lxxxi: chang fei is assassinated: the first ruler goes to war; chapter lxxxii: sun ch'uan submits to wei and is rewarded: the first ruler attacks wu and rewards his army; chapter lxxxiii: fighting at hsiaot'ing: the first ruler captures certain enemies; defence of chiangk'ou: a student accepts supreme command; chapter lxxxiv: lu hsun burns his enemy's camps: k'ung-ming plans the eight arrays. CHAPTER LXXXV: LIU, THE FIRST RULER, CONFIDES HIS SON TO K'UNG-MING'S CARE: CHUKO LIANG PEACEFULLY SETTLES THE FIVE ATTACKSCHAPTER LXXXVl: A PHILOSOPHICAL ENCOUNTER: FIRE USED TO DESTROY TS'AO PEI'S ARMY; CHAPTER LXXXVII: K'UNG-MING'S SOUTHERN EXPEDITION: THE KING OF THE MANS; CHAPTER LXXXVIII: CROSSING THE RIVER LU: BINDING OF THE BARBARIAN KING: RECOGNISING A PRETENDED SURRENDER: CAPTURE OF MENGHUO; CHAPTER LXXXIX: K'UNG-MING'S SUCCESSFUL FOURTH RUSE: THE KING OF THE MANS CAPTURED FOR THE FIFTH TIME.
Series Title: Tuttle Classics of Asian Literature S.
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