Outlaws Of The Marsh (Chinese Classics, Classic Novel In 4 Volumes)
Outlaws of the Marsh (Chinese Classics, Classic Novel in 4 Volumes)
China's great classic novel Outlaws of the Marsh, written in the fourteenth century, is a fictional account of twelfth-century events during the Song Dynasty. One by one, over a hundred men and women are forced by the harsh feudal officialdom to take to the hills. They band together and defeat every attempt of the government troops to crush them. Within this framework we find intrigue, adventure, murder, warfare, romance ... in a connected series of fascinating individual tales, told in the suspenseful manner of the traditional storyteller.
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CLASSIC NOVEL IN THREE VOLUMES
About the Author
"The Patriotic and Righteous Outlaws of the Marsh is in one hundred chapters. Originally written by Shi Nai'an of Qiantang, and arranged by Luo Guanzhong." Luo Guanzhong, a native of Taiyuan, styled 'Wanderer of the Lakes and Seas.'He was solitary by nature, a writer of ballads and in esoteric language, which are original and fresh.
Shidney Shapiro was born in New York, USA, in 1915. In 1937 he graduated from the Faculty of Law at St....