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read reader Ê 紅樓夢 Hónglóu Mèng ↠ Paperback ↠ xueqin cao × ❰Read❯ ➵ 紅樓夢 Hónglóu Mèng Author Xueqin Cao – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The Story of the Stone c 1760 also known as The Dream of the Red Chamber is one of the greatest novels of Chinese litRuin marriage decadence and corruption his karmic journey unfolds Like a sleepwalker through life Bao yu is finally awakened by a vision which reveals to him that life itself is merely a dream 'as moonlight mirrored in the water When grief for fiction's idle wordsMore real than human life appearsReflect that life's itself a dreamAnd do not mock the reader's tears 2500 pages later one of the greatest literary masterpieces I have had the pleasure of reading concludes

紅樓夢 Hónglóu MèngRuin marriage decadence and corruption his karmic journey unfolds Like a sleepwalker through life Bao yu is finally awakened by a vision which reveals to him that life itself is merely a dream 'as moonlight mirrored in the water When grief for fiction's idle wordsMore real than human life appearsReflect that life's itself a dreamAnd do not mock the reader's tears 2500 pages later one of the greatest literary masterpieces I have had the pleasure of reading concludes

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紅樓夢 Hónglóu Mèng ó The Story of the Stone c 1760 also known as The Dream of the Red Chamber is one of the greatest novels of Chinese literature The fifth part of Cao Xuein's magnificent saga The Dreamer Awakes was carefully edited and completed by 3552566 pages and 134 days45 months later this epic tale is finally complete In terms of my reception of various behemoths over the years this fared better than Journey to the West and worse than In Search of Lost Time a large part of those varying judgments due to my disparate amounts of familiarity with the milieu the culture and ultimately the construction of literature present in each of these long and winding tales of love death religion politics and above all fallibility and redemption as is performed in human beings However this last section did become increasingly proselytizing to the point of completely rejecting the sympathetic viewpoint the narrative had thus far cultivated when it came to a number of its women and girl characters That along with certain discordant frenzies of syntax made me feel I was finally picking up on the imperfect exigencies of someone desperately attempting to ape Xuein's style It must be admitted though that this hyper religious conclusion does indeed hearken all the way back to the mystical initiation of the story's first volume so perhaps events would have fallen out similarly had the author survived to take his take in hand save with hopefully a compassionate touch The world and I will unfortunately never knowI mentioned in my review for the previous volume that I was morbidly looking forward to the Jia family's downfallview spoiler although that turned out to not be nearly as drastic as I had been led to believe by both the text summary and the author's own life hide spoiler kindle è 紅樓夢 Hónglóu Mèng à Xueqin Cao

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Xueqin Cao à 紅樓夢 Hónglóu Mèng reader Gao E some decades later It continues the story of the changing fortunes of the Jia dynasty focussing on Bao yu now married to Bao chai after the tragic death of his beloved Dai yu Against such worldly elements as death financial I read the reviews on 2007 and I thought I should add something this novel is unbelievably beautifully written and the English translation is absolutely superb returnreturnYou cannot find any better example of novel writing skill in any language