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Journey To The West 1 Get A Copy VideoJourney to the West ep. 01 The Monkey King is born 《西游记》第1集 猴王问世（主演：六小龄童、迟重瑞） - CCTV电视剧 ORIGINAL PODCASTS. Das könnte Ihnen auch gefallen. Im folgenden Kampf tötet der Affenkönig Duan und in seiner Verzweiflung beschwört Tang Buddha. Surprise Journey to the West Chapter 1 3. there was light. As Shao Yong said, "When winter reaches the mid−point of Phase I The heart of Heaven does not move. Where the Positive first appears Nothing has yet come to life." At this time, Heaven first had a foundation. 5, years later, in the middle of Phase I, the light and pure roseFile Size: 2MB. First published in , The Journey to the West, volume I, comprises the first twenty-five chapters of Anthony C. Yu's four-volume translation of Hsi-yu Chi, one /5(17). 5/9/ · Journey to the West. Your Rating. Rating. Journey to the West Average / 5 out of Rank N/A, it has monthly views Alternative Xi Xing Ji; Westbound; Westbound Discipline Author(s) Updating Artist(s) Updating Genre(s) Adventure, Fantasy, Martial arts. Type Manhua Read First Read Last. Release. Journey To The West Volume 1. Download and Read online Journey To The West Volume 1 ebooks in PDF, epub, Tuebl Mobi, Kindle Book. Get Free Journey To The West Volume 1 Textbook and unlimited access to our library by created an account. Journey to the West Chapter 1 3. there was light. As Shao Yong said, "When winter reaches the mid−point of Phase I The heart of Heaven does not move. Journey to the West 6: The Dragon King 1. Who needed a powerful weapon? A. Wukong B. the Dragon King C. the Dragon Queen 2. Where did the Dragon King live? A. the bottom of the Eastern Sea B. the Fruit and Flower Mountain C. the Cloud Palace in Heaven 3. Journey to the West 1: The Monkey | Little Fox. From the beginning of time, a rock had sat high on top of a mountain. The sun, the moon, Heaven, and Earth all worked their magic on the rock. One day the rock split open. Inside was a monkey. First published in , The Journey to the West, volume I, comprises the first twenty-five chapters of Anthony C. Yu's four-volume translation of Hsi-yu Chi, one of the most beloved classics of Chinese literature. The fantastic tale recounts the sixteen-year pilgrimage of the monk Hsüan-tsang (), one of China's most illustrious religious heroes, who journeyed to India with four animal disciples in quest of Buddhist scriptures.
But in the moment he is Read full review. I have read Journey to the West by Wu Ch'eng-en. This is one of Chinese Four Great Classical Novels. Every Chinese child knows about this book.
Even some kids are too young to read this book, but they Anthony C. Yu October 6, - May 12, translated an unabridged, four-volume, 1,page English version of The Journey to the West, the 16th century epic saga of a Chinese monk's pilgrimage to India in search of sacred Buddhist scriptures.
Yu was a scholar of literature and religion, eastern and western. He most recently held the title of Carl Darling Buck Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in the Humanities and Professor Emeritus of Religion and Literature in the Divinity School; also in the Departments of Comparative Literature, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, and English Language and Literature, and the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago.
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I am going to read the rest of the books, though. It's a matter of honor. Feb 02, Peter rated it really liked it. I really enjoy, as most do, Part One, the origin of Sun Wukong and his hell-raising days before he is finally subdued by Buddha.
After that, I am often annoyed, as some are, by how weepy yet obstinate Xuanzang is especially because he is supposed to be a highly cultivated monk , how underdeveloped the characters Sha Wujing and Yulong Santaiz are, how repetitive the 81 ordeals can be, and the author's repeated use of deus ex machina.
Nevertheless, it is a fascinating and often hilarious adventur I really enjoy, as most do, Part One, the origin of Sun Wukong and his hell-raising days before he is finally subdued by Buddha.
Nevertheless, it is a fascinating and often hilarious adventure story of enlightenment. I only wish I could read the Chinese original -- I'm certain the poems would be more fluid and beautiful and the text would be full of wordplay.
I would also be interested in reading an annotated version. Sep 19, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: chinese-lit , the-four-great-classical-novels.
Well, this is just one of four parts to this rather enormous Chinese work that I've been meaning to read for a long time now.
The Journey to the West , at least this portion, is most notably about the origins of Sun Wukong, the mischievous monkey king of folklore.
For the most part, even just this installation of the epic feels like it is split into two distinct subcategories, one being far supreme to the other.
The first thing I noticed was a return to that beautiful, distinct style of prose tha Well, this is just one of four parts to this rather enormous Chinese work that I've been meaning to read for a long time now.
The first thing I noticed was a return to that beautiful, distinct style of prose that marks most East Asian literature.
However, as this is the first Chinese novel I've read, I notice subtle differences from Japanese counterparts.
Scattered selections of descriptive verse embellish the entire work and make it that much more of a joy to read, even when there is not much happening.
These passages usually pick out a small piece of action or focus closer on a description of color, texture, or general appearance. As a result, it seems as if Cheng'en is really trying to paint a clear visual picture in the reader's mind- he succeeds on all levels.
However, I must digress and go back to a point I briefly brought up- the first half of Journey is vastly superior to the second half.
For the most part, this is because Sun Wukong is such a badass character with seemingly unlimited power and an insatiable taste for fisticuffs.
He is portrayed as a reckless yet nearly unbeatable being, and he definitely goes to great lengths to prove this to anyone and everyone.
So it's really all a good romp with Wukong for a while, until he actually gets himself into trouble and has to be assigned someone to babysit him, which is where things really slow down.
Enter Xuanxang, the monk appointed to do the job and to spread a Buddhist message back East. Things definitely remain well-written, but I think that for the most part Wukong does it for me, and his diminished role actually sort of diminishes my enjoyment, but only marginally.
Overall this is a formidable work and I'm not sure if I'm going to dive straight into the next volume, but it looks like my university's library has got them all and they aren't exactly in high demand.
So, sometime I'll come back to Journey but for now I am left with a good impression and a pleasurable read.
Jul 26, Greg Kerestan added it. I first started reading this book many years ago but didn't pick it up seriously until last week. I'm surprised at how many of the incidents I recognize in translated form from various comic books, movies and video games imported originally from Japan.
For being a mostly unknown story in America, this novel half folklore and half fiction casts a wide shadow across Asia with its mix of Chinese, Japanese and Indian folk elements.
Apr 25, Aubrey rated it really liked it Shelves: mandarin-chinese , person-of-translated , antidote-translated , translated , ever-on , person-of-everything , 1-read-on-hand , antidote-think-twice-all , r-goodreads , r In terms of familiarity, this doesn't have the recognizable if conscious obfuscation of 'In Search of Lost Time', nor is it as esoteric despite its relative straightforwardness as The Arabian Nights.
Indeed, I compared the experience in a previous group read message to my reading of "The Canterbury Tales", which is both more contemporaneous with JttW than the previous two, and also has a more similar structure of a s 3.
There are vast differences, of course, what with JttW being far meatier in terms of theological expansion and intricate renderings of feasts and prayers and myriad poetic interjections, but while my edition doesn't have the plethora of footnotes I imagine others have, I was still able to follow the story well enough, aided by the focus that a great character as Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, provides.
The first volume ends with a literal cliffhanger, and peeking ahead shows a continuum of page numbers, so it will be easier to bear in mind how far I've come when I'm tiredly pondering how far I have to go.
The first volume eases one into the journey, as there are a bevy of pictures introducing the main characters, some of who don't even appear in the first volume and will thus draw one back to the beginning during the successive physical stages of each volume.
One thing that many popular conceptions of JttW, including the much watered down version I first encountered in the form of Dragon Ball Z, is how long the story takes to carefully set up the origins and motivations of each of the characters making this journey, a litany of rises and falls and conversions and perversions until each, for better or worse, is committed to the path described in around pages of text and images.
What engaged me the most so far is the substructure one could glimpse every so often of the cultural conversations people of the work's time were having about religion, evil doing, afterlife retribution, values, scriptures, Confucianism vs Buddhism, Buddhism vs Taoism, all encompassed by a litany of folk tales with especial emphasis on the glories of material aesthetics, as well as explanations for certain weather phenomena, I won't say it was a breeze to get through, but it is certainly fascinating parts, and in other parts even entertaining enough to veritably make the pages fly by.
Considering these stories are read to children and transformed into cartoon shows, I was surprised how brutal the tales got with regards to sexual matters, but I suppose, like any surviving story, it is complete enough to both enculturate the young and maintain value for the old, and the certain flashes of insight that were blunt enough for even me, lacking all that I do of an inherent Chinese upbringing, to pick up justified that further.
Not what I expected, in a good way. I have three volumes, or roughly pages, left to go of this. I'm trying to pace myself, but I'm also wary of neglecting it in the manner that stretches pages to a month or more.
It's not the most entertaining thing in the world, but it's engaging in different ways than I had expected it to be, and plus, there's always the reading cred to consider.
I'm not going to hurry, as JttW and the remaining thirty books in my combined reading challenges is enough to see me through the next few months, especially with my return to school on the horizon.
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