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The Scholars - Wu Jingzi

The Scholars - Wu Jingzi

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Published by Antonio Manhard
In this book, the author Wu Jingzi wrote different kinds of scholars, both in their life and in their soul. These scholars are poisoned by the feudal imperial examination.
On their way to success, some of them become mad and aberration; some of them get chinchy; some of them go rotted and currupt. They desert their first wife, turn into ungrateful and mean flunkies although originally they are poor.
There are kind and honesty countrymen as well, through whom the author showed his feelings towards populace.
The Scholars is made up of many units, each of which can exist separately.
In this book, the author Wu Jingzi wrote different kinds of scholars, both in their life and in their soul. These scholars are poisoned by the feudal imperial examination.
On their way to success, some of them become mad and aberration; some of them get chinchy; some of them go rotted and currupt. They desert their first wife, turn into ungrateful and mean flunkies although originally they are poor.
There are kind and honesty countrymen as well, through whom the author showed his feelings towards populace.
The Scholars is made up of many units, each of which can exist separately.

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Published by: Antonio Manhard on Sep 15, 2013
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The Scholars
Inthisbook,theauthorWuJingziwrotedifferentkindsofscholars,bothintheirlifeandintheirsoul.Thesescholarsarepoisonedbythefeudalimperialexamination.Ontheirwaytosuccess,someofthembecomemadandaberration;someofthemgetchinchy;someofthemgorottedandcurrupt.Theydeserttheirfirstwife,turnintoungratefulandmeanflunkiesalthoughoriginallytheyarepoor.Therearekindandhonestycountrymenaswell,throughwhomtheauthorshowedhisfeelingstowardspopulace.TheScholarsismadeupofmanyunits,eachofwhichcanexistseparately.
 
 
1.LateinthereignofCh'engHuaofMingDynasty(1487A.D.),onedayrightaftertheChineseLanternFestival(TheLanternFestivalisusuallyonJan.15oftheChineselunarcalender)athin,pallidoldmaninpatchedclothingarrivedinChouChiaChivillageofYanchouPrefectureinShantungProvince.HisnamewasChouChin,andhehadbeenhiredtoteachthechildrenofthevillage.
 
2.TheschoolwaslocatedinaBuddhisttemple.TheparentshadpreparedawelcomefeastandbeenwaitingforhimforalongtimewhenChouChinfinallyarrived.AllofthemgreetedChouChinwarmlyexceptforayoungmanwhogreetedhimaloofly.

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