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Die chinesisch-südkoreanische-Koproduktion Three Kingdoms – Der Krieg der drei Königreiche (Originaltitel: 三國之見龍卸甲 / 三国之见龙卸甲, San guo zhi jian . dirtypop.nu - Kaufen Sie Three Kingdoms - Der Krieg der drei Königreiche günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. News und Aktuelles zum Echtzeit-Strategiespiel Total War: Three Kingdoms auf dirtypop.nu Wir liefern alle aktuellen Entwicklungen in unserem Newsticker.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Luo Ping-An Maggie Q Cao Ying Cunxin Pu Zhuge Liang Andy On Deng Zhi Rongguang Yu Han De Hua Yueh Liu Bei Lung Ti Guan Yu Zhi-Hui Chen Zhang Fei Vanness Wu Guan Xing Damian Lau Cao Cao Haifeng Ding Zhang Bao Hongbo Jiang Huang Zhong Menghe Wu Liji Edit Storyline His country torn asunder by civil war, Zhao Zilong, a common man heeds the call of duty and from the humblest of roots rises through the ranks on wings of courage and cunning to command an army charged with liberating the land from an evil warlord.

Recommended for all historical novel lovers. Difficult to begin, but This novel, one of the great classic Chinese novels, is one of the more difficult texts for readers.

While some others, like Journey to the West or The Marshes of Mount Liang , are much more easily accessible and entertaining right from the beginning, a feeling of disorientation is common for first readers of "Three Kingdoms".

The story starts without introduction with the appearance of dozens of protagonists, and it's hard to keep track of all of them.

At the end you wi Difficult to begin, but At the end you will have encountered over named people, and some of them even with several names, depending on the situation!

But you shouldn't allow yourself to get daunted at this early stage. Soon you'll get used to the flood of people, and you will find out which are only "fire-and-forget" characters who only appear in the sentence they are mentioned first, and which are important for the storyline.

After that, the chaotic impression is replaced by a clear structure. The dissolving Han dynasty's kingdoms are very vividly described - though you have to be prepared for some very dry sections of descriptions of army movements and complex battle strategies, which would better fit in history books.

But there's a lot of compensation for these difficult parts - "epic" and "heroic" are words that have never seen a more fitting place than this maelstrom of loyality, treachery, honesty and perfidiousness that sucks you into an extremely captivating account of the heroes who have become cultural icons.

Lü Bu, Guan Yu, Zhuge Liang - all of these historic figures are very well characterized and lead the story over several generations.

At the end you will feel with them, and have witnessed the rise and fall of one of the most important epochs of Chinese history. A must-read, even if it's difficult at the beginning than modern novels.

And when you're done the other classical Chinese texts wait for you, which are less complicated but even more entertaining. This edition is split in two volumes not two separate parts!

High-quality paper and almost no typos outweigh the flimsy cover. Moss Roberts' translation is fluent and modern, but without unneccessary flourish and not hiding the fact that the book is centuries old.

Jun 25, Moey rated it it was amazing. I love this book. All the characters, despite the fact that there are so many, are unique, and every character plays a part.

When I started reading this book in March I finished in June I was studying China in my sixth grade class If you are in sixth grade you should probably only read it if you have an intense interest in Chinese history and it really helped me know a lot more about dynasties in general, how empires function, and how war is fought throughout Chinese history.

It even influen I love this book. It even influences the way I play Risk! I really liked Kongming Zhuge Liang because he always outsmarted everyone, even when the people he outsmarted thought that they were outsmarting him.

Zhao Zilong was also an awesome character because he was really honorable and always beat everyone, even when he was outnumbered to 1 at Danyang Slope.

I thought it was funny when the author would say things like "What happened to Lu Bu? Read on" "Did Cao Cao survive?

May 19, Longbearded rated it it was amazing. There can be no equal. This is the book that makes all others pale in comparison.

I'm forced to compare this book to Game of Thrones due to the popularity of the TV series, as its all my friends ask about when talking about this book.

This is not high fantasy. To say it's a story about the fall of the Han dynasty and the various warlords scramble to fill the void does not due the book justice.

If you are looking for all the political maneuvering There can be no equal. If you are looking for all the political maneuvering and more of a Game of Thrones, placed in a real world setting, then you owe yourself to read this book.

View all 12 comments. Jun 20, Jim Peterson rated it it was amazing Shelves: The first several hundred pages can be very confusing with dozens upon dozens of characters with difficult to remember names, coming and going with no way of telling whether they will be important characters or not.

Interestingly, the novel represents a case where a fictionalized history is more important than actual history. That is, if you want to understand more about the Chinese, it is more important that you read this book than to read a history of the three kingdoms period.

Nevertheless, it is said that the novel is 7 parts fact and 4 parts fiction. For those interested in the real history, the page afterword in the Moss Roberts translation is a real treat.

I was very surprised, for example, to learn that Lord Guan was actually a very minor player in the historic context. It was fictional accounts like stage dramas and this novel that raised his status to supernatural heights.

There is a long tradition of worshiping him as a deity in China. The Guan Dao is basically a fat saber at the head of a long heavy staff.

Supposedly it was what Lord Guan used, though this is not clear from the novel. For me, however, long books have a kind of magical appeal. The book will probably not appeal to women, however, as female characters play only very minor roles and are occasionally mistreated.

In one scene, for example, a farmer secretly kills his wife so he can offer meat to the protagonist. Die Drei Königreiche - ein Schlüsseltext der chinesischen Literatur.

Dies ist die zweite Übersetzung, die ich lese, die erste ist die englische Vollübersetzung von Moss Roberts. Für Kuhn-Übersetzungen gilt im Allgemeinen, dass sie gekürzte Nachdichtungen sind, und auch hier findet sich ein entsprechender Hinweis im Nachwort.

Ich stehe Kürzungen normalerweise sehr kritisch gegenüber, bei diesem Werk hier allerdings funktioniert Kuhns Vorgehensweise recht gut.

Das vollständige Original ist ganz besonders zu Beginn, wo nach meinem Gefühl die meisten Kürzungen stattfanden, nur extrem mühselig zu lesen, da man direkt mit einer Riesenflut an Namen, Personen und Orten überwältigt wird.

Kuhn kürzt hier geschickt und macht diesen Teil gut lesbar. Stattdessen verwendet Kuhn Formulierungen wie "der erste", "ein anderer" und "ein dritter" - man verliert nichts an Handlung, muss aber nicht überlegen, ob man den Namen im Gedächtnis behalten muss oder nicht: Im Original tauchen Personen mit Namen auf, da ist man dankbar für diese Entscheidung.

Auch werden die ganzen zusätzlichen Namen, die eine wichtige Person hat im Original bis zu 3 Namen für dieselbe Person, Ehrennamen, Namen unter Freunden und geschichtlicher Name!

Auch dies erhöht die Lesbarkeit enorm. Trotzdem empfehle ich diese Übersetzung dem deutschen Leser; hier macht Kuhn, im Gegensatz zu seinen Übersetzungen der anderen chinesischen Klassiker, fast alles richtig.

Hätte er nur den Rest auch noch in dieser Form übersetzt! A wonderful translation of a complex historical epic. The Romance of Three Kingdoms covers the period AD to AD -- the collapse of the Han dynasty into three warring kingdoms, the Wei, Wu, and Shu; and in the last chapter their eventual reunification by the Jin dynasty.

The story is rich with personalities, contests of wit and will, and military exploits. The heart of the story pits Liu Xuande, a virtuous, personable man who ultimately founds the Shu kingdom with a lot of help from loy A wonderful translation of a complex historical epic.

The heart of the story pits Liu Xuande, a virtuous, personable man who ultimately founds the Shu kingdom with a lot of help from loyal friends , against Cao-Cao, the brilliant but cold and calculating vizier of the last Han Emperor.

But a host of other characters launch, fill out, and wrap up the story, including Lord Guan, a heroic warrior and blood brother of Xuande; and Zhuge Liang or Kongming , a mystic and scholar who serves Xuande as prime minister, and whose powers of perception and strategy verge on the magical.

One of the themes of the book is the effectiveness of a well-paired king and counselor; most of the mistakes made by each of the three kingdoms happen when a king doesn't listen to a minister's wise counsel, or when a minister or general abandons his filial duty to his liege.

This is a book that can be thoroughly enjoyed on a single reading, but probably becomes richer with repeated readings.

I haven't tried reading Moss Roberts' full three-volume translation, which apparently includes a slew of additional narrative threads -- but this one volume abridgment was perfect for me as an interested lay reader.

In this abridgment, where Roberts elides, he provides very clear summaries of relevant plot developments, so I didn't feel I was missing anything.

His writing is clear and crisp - no jargon and no archaisms - which really brings the story alive, and lets its humor and drama shine through.

The afterword, reprinted from the full translation, is also very good, tracing how variant texts of the Three Kingdoms have come down to us and discussing how the epic has been interpreted through different eras in Chinese history, a fascinating story in itself.

Oct 23, Colin Hinde rated it it was amazing. This book is awesome. I'll fill in the review once I've read the other three volumes. The stuff of legends.

Battle, intrigue, strategy, poetry, honor.. I almost lost interest in the first half, but was well-rewarded by the developments that followed.

In this volume it was sad that Kongming died without reaching his goal, and sadder that the chi Volume I: In this volume it was sad that Kongming died without reaching his goal, and sadder that the children of some of my favorite heroes were so lacking in virtue.

But chills ran across my body as I read the final poem summarizing over years of myth and history related by hundreds of characters over thousands of pages and which I took almost a year to read.

Oct 07, Brennan Lowe rated it it was amazing. This is certainly not a quick read; Guanzhong's epic contains hundreds of characters, battles, and events that need to be properly stored in memory for the reader to understand the novel.

The lack of neutrality may lead readers to view the Three Kingdoms in a black-and-white perspective, but the use of protagonists gives an extremely entertaining read.

It's a challenge to keep up with Three Kingdom's details, but in the end, it's well worth doing so. I really like the brotherhood.

Mar 25, hay man rated it really liked it. Nov 10, Jonathan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really long, really good.

And what follows is a somewhat tedious review, so don't read it. It's my first read-through and I'm not sure I can offer much in review. But my favorite characters were Zhao Zilong for his bravery, honor, and integrity , Zhang Fei for his heroic appetite , and Kongming for his wisdom, but not so much for his pragmatism.

Liu Bei, as portrayed, seemed to become less of the figure near the end, and this was a letdown, at least for my emotional attachment to him. Deng Ai Really long, really good.

Deng Ai was a character one would have longed to see in greater detail. Zhou Yu was wise and pragmatic , but somewhat conniving and jealous.

Wisdom and honor seemed to be conjoined twins. Though not always Zhang Fei, Zhou Yu, and etc. And wisdom and pragmatism are sometimes seen as equated with each other, but in some scenes pragmatism is cut off from wisdom and placed in an inferior position.

The book isn't quite clear on this, I think. The book is also not clear when it renders its judgements on characters. The judgements seem very arbitrary with some characters, yet more in line with the book's themes of wisdom and honor in judging other characters.

And unity and division, the yin and yang which I have no knowledge of , would seem to be a major theme, if not the theme of the Three Kingdoms.

Heaven still seems to be the ultimate judge in the events of the land, yet wisdom and honor give men place in heaven and remembrance on earth according to the story.

So I write all that to get my first thoughts out and down on digital paper. Oct 31, Mizuki marked it as to-read. You also won't want to miss this slightly Boy's Love version of 'retelling' either: I admit I laughed my ass off when I was watching the few anime episodes of this one Looks like there still are some soft power left in Chinese classical literature after all Jan 12, Paul rated it it was amazing.

I didn't get around to reading this book until after college, though I knew the basic story. One day, I will translate this whole book and give it the literary style it deserves.

Taking advantage of an excursion by the imperial clansmen to the Gaoping Tombs , Sima Yi undertook a putsch in Luoyang, forcing Cao Shuang's faction from authority.

Many protested against the overwhelming power of the Sima family; notable among these were the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove. One of the sages, Xi Kang , was executed as part of the purges after Cao Shuang's downfall.

The decreasing strength of the Cao clan was mirrored by the decline of Shu. But after , Shu politics became increasingly controlled by the eunuch faction, led by Huang Hao , and corruption rose.

Despite the energetic efforts of Jiang Wei , Zhuge Liang's protege , Shu was unable to secure any decisive achievement.

In , Wei launched a three-pronged attack and the Shu army was forced into general retreat from Hanzhong.

Jiang Wei hurriedly held a position at Jiange but he was outflanked by the Wei commander Deng Ai , who force-marched his army from Yinping through territory formerly considered impassable.

By the winter of the year, the capital Chengdu fell due to the strategic invasion of Wei by Deng Ai who invaded Chengdu personally. The emperor Liu Shan thus surrendered.

The state of Shu had come to an end after 43 years. Liu Shan was reinstated to the Wei capital of Luoyang and was given the new title of the "Duke of Anle".

Directly translated, it meant the "Duke of Safety and Happiness" and was a trivial position with no actual power. Sima Yan immediately began plotting to become emperor but faced stiff opposition.

Following advice from his advisors, Cao Huan decided the best course of action would be to abdicate, unlike his predecessor Cao Mao.

Sima Yan seized the throne in after forcing Cao Huan's abdication, effectively overthrowing the Wei dynasty and establishing the successor Jin dynasty.

Following Sun Quan 's death and the ascension of the young Sun Liang to the throne in , the state of Wu went into steady decline. The fall of Shu signalled a change in Wei politics.

Sun Hao was a promising young man, but upon ascension he became a tyrant, killing or exiling all who dared oppose him in the court.

In Yang Hu , a Jin commander in the south, started preparing for the invasion of Wu by ordering the construction of a fleet and the training of marines in Sichuan under Wang Jun.

Four years later, Lu Kang , the last great general of Wu, died leaving no competent successor. The planned Jin offensive finally came at the end of Sima Yan launched five simultaneous offensives along the Yangtze River from Jianye present-day Nanjing to Jiangling while the Sichuan fleet sailed downriver to Jing Province.

Under the strain of such an enormous attack, the Wu forces collapsed and Jianye fell in the third month of Sun Hao surrendered and was given a fiefdom on which to live out his days.

This marked the end of the Three Kingdoms era, and the beginning of a break in the forthcoming years of disunity.

After his coming to power, Dong Zhuo gave full swing to his army to loot and plunder the population, and abduct women into forced marriages, servants or consorts.

When the Guandong Coalition was starting the campaign against Dong Zhuo, he embarked upon a scorched earth campaign, proclaiming that "all the population of Luoyang be forced to move to Chang'an , all the palaces, temples, official residences and homes be burnt, no one should stay within that area of li ".

Considering the hardships of that time this amounted to a death sentence for many, and cries of discontent rose as the population of Luoyang decreased sharply.

When Cao Cao attacked Xu Province , it was said that "hundreds of thousands of men and women were buried alive, even dogs and chickens did not survive.

The Si River was blocked. From then on, these five towns never recovered. The following table shows the severe decrease of population during that period.

From the late Eastern Han to the Western Jin dynasty, despite the length of about years, the peak population only equaled From the Western Jin dynasty to the Sui dynasty , the population never recovered.

It also should be noted that high militarization of the population was common. As with many Chinese historical population figures, these numbers are likely to be less than the actual populations, since census and tax records went hand in hand, and tax evaders were often not on records.

While it is clear that warfare undoubtedly took many lives during this period, the census figures do not support the idea that tens of millions were wiped out solely from warfare.

Other factors such as mass famines and diseases, due to the collapse of sustaining governance and migrations out of China must be taken into account.

In the late Eastern Han dynasty, due to natural disasters and social unrest, the economy was badly depressed, leading to the massive waste of farmland.

Some local landlords and aristocracy established their own strongholds to defend themselves and developed agriculture, which gradually evolved into a self-sufficient manorial system.

The system of strongholds and manors also had effects on the economical mode of following dynasties. In addition, because of the collapse of the imperial court, those worn copper coins were not melted and reminted and many privately minted coins appeared.

In the Three Kingdoms period, newly minted coins never made their way into currency. Due to the collapse of the coinage, Cao Wei officially declared silk cloth and grains as the main currencies in In economic terms the division of the Three Kingdoms reflected a reality that long endured.

Even during the Northern Song dynasty , years after the Three Kingdoms period, it was possible to think of China as being composed of three great regional markets.

The status of the northwest was slightly ambivalent, as it had links with the northern region and Sichuan.

These geographical divisions are underscored by the fact that the main communication routes between the three main regions were all man-made: The break into three separate entities was quite natural and even anticipated by such political foresight as that of Zhuge Liang see Longzhong Plan.

Cao Cao , the founder of the Wei kingdom and his four sons were influential poets , especially Cao Zhi and Cao Pi Cao Zhi, together with Xu Gan , sponsored a resurgence of the Jian'nan style of lyric poetry.

The literary scholar Victor Mair remarks that "among its biographies is to be found some of the most interesting writing in the dynastic histories.

Numerous people and affairs from the period later became Chinese legends. The most complete and influential example is the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms , written by Luo Guanzhong during the Ming dynasty.

Possibly due to the popularity of Romance of the Three Kingdoms , the Three Kingdoms era is one of the most well-known non-modern Chinese eras in terms of iconic characters, deeds and exploits.

This is reflected in the way that fictional accounts of the Three Kingdoms, mostly based on the novel, play a significant role in East Asian popular culture.

Books, television dramas, films, cartoons, anime, games, and music on the topic are still regularly produced in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam and Japan.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the time period in China. For other uses, see Three Kingdoms disambiguation.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Luo Ping-An Maggie Q Cao Ying Cunxin Pu Zhuge Liang Andy On Deng Zhi Rongguang Yu Han De Hua Yueh Liu Bei Lung Ti Guan Yu Zhi-Hui Chen Zhang Fei Vanness Wu Guan Xing Damian Lau Cao Cao Haifeng Ding Zhang Bao Hongbo Jiang Huang Zhong Menghe Wu Liji Edit Storyline His country torn asunder by civil war, Zhao Zilong, a common man heeds the call of duty and from the humblest of roots rises through the ranks on wings of courage and cunning to command an army charged with liberating the land from an evil warlord.

In this volume it was sad that Kongming died without reaching his goal, and sadder that the children of some of my favorite heroes were so lacking in virtue.

But chills ran across my body as I read the final poem summarizing over years of myth and history related by hundreds of characters over thousands of pages and which I took almost a year to read.

Oct 07, Brennan Lowe rated it it was amazing. This is certainly not a quick read; Guanzhong's epic contains hundreds of characters, battles, and events that need to be properly stored in memory for the reader to understand the novel.

The lack of neutrality may lead readers to view the Three Kingdoms in a black-and-white perspective, but the use of protagonists gives an extremely entertaining read.

It's a challenge to keep up with Three Kingdom's details, but in the end, it's well worth doing so. I really like the brotherhood. Mar 25, hay man rated it really liked it.

Nov 10, Jonathan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really long, really good. And what follows is a somewhat tedious review, so don't read it. It's my first read-through and I'm not sure I can offer much in review.

But my favorite characters were Zhao Zilong for his bravery, honor, and integrity , Zhang Fei for his heroic appetite , and Kongming for his wisdom, but not so much for his pragmatism.

Liu Bei, as portrayed, seemed to become less of the figure near the end, and this was a letdown, at least for my emotional attachment to him. Deng Ai Really long, really good.

Deng Ai was a character one would have longed to see in greater detail. Zhou Yu was wise and pragmatic , but somewhat conniving and jealous.

Wisdom and honor seemed to be conjoined twins. Though not always Zhang Fei, Zhou Yu, and etc. And wisdom and pragmatism are sometimes seen as equated with each other, but in some scenes pragmatism is cut off from wisdom and placed in an inferior position.

The book isn't quite clear on this, I think. The book is also not clear when it renders its judgements on characters. The judgements seem very arbitrary with some characters, yet more in line with the book's themes of wisdom and honor in judging other characters.

And unity and division, the yin and yang which I have no knowledge of , would seem to be a major theme, if not the theme of the Three Kingdoms.

Heaven still seems to be the ultimate judge in the events of the land, yet wisdom and honor give men place in heaven and remembrance on earth according to the story.

So I write all that to get my first thoughts out and down on digital paper. Oct 31, Mizuki marked it as to-read. You also won't want to miss this slightly Boy's Love version of 'retelling' either: I admit I laughed my ass off when I was watching the few anime episodes of this one Looks like there still are some soft power left in Chinese classical literature after all Jan 12, Paul rated it it was amazing.

I didn't get around to reading this book until after college, though I knew the basic story. One day, I will translate this whole book and give it the literary style it deserves.

The current translations are all wretchedly dated, but the characters are incredible: It really puts the snooze-fest that is War and Peace to shame.

Apr 05, Rory rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm not well versed in Chinese names which makes it even more difficult to follow the abundance of undeveloped characters through the long series of battle to battle to battle.

Too long If you get this in hard cover, you'd probably need a mule to carry it. Aug 21, Mel rated it it was amazing Shelves: I started reading "The Three Kingdoms" a few weeks ago.

I finished volume 1 this weekend. I'm reading the Moss Roberts translation as my Chinese is nowhere near good enough to tackle reading it in the original.

I have to say I'm enjoying it much more than I thought I would. I have to say I think having played Dynasty Warriors 4 first really helped.

With the cast of 's having played the video game and been able to put faces to people helped keep them all straight a lot easier. I also think hav I started reading "The Three Kingdoms" a few weeks ago.

I also think having studied the Han and knowing the history makes it more interesting too. One of my favorite things about the Han was the way they took children and folk songs as omens of events that were happening.

When these songs were popular people would interpret the meaning and it's reflection on the dynasty, part of the whole mandate of heaven.

I'm so pleased to see this incorporated into the book. When events are happening advisers will say have you heard this song popular in wherever I think it means this and you should therefore do this.

I found that I quite liked the character of LuBu and was sorry to see him go. I felt he got a bad reputation as really he wasn't that much worse than Liu Bei swapping allegiances all the time.

I thought there were some good moments, the one that sticks out the most was when Liu Bei, the hero, was fleeing for his life and having people feed him and protect him, he stopped at a hunters house, but the hunter could find no game to kill for him.

So the hunter killed his own wife and fed her to Liu Bei, when Liu Bei asked what the meat was the hunter told him it was wolf.

The next morning Liu Bei found her body, minus the arms, and realised what had happened. He was not horrified as his cannibalism but in awe of the great loyalty of the man and recommended him for honors when he returned to safety for the man's great sacrifice.

I also like how there is no equivalent of "don't kill the messenger" whenever anyone delivers a message that they don't like the messenger is always killed!

But so far it's not just been lots of battles, though there have been a fair few. There's also a lot of politics and intrigues and plots and that's been very enjoyable.

Loyalties shift and switch a great deal, and there are a lot of executions. But I enjoyed the portrayal of the problems of power between the eunuchs and the families of the Imperial consorts.

While not having the characterization of "A Dream of Red Mansions" there is a lot more than I was expecting. I think one of my favorite moments of Cao Cao was when he accidentally killed the family that was protecting him because he thought he was going to be killed, but they were just talking about a pig.

After wards when he saw his friend on the road he had to kill him anyway, even though his friend was loyal, as otherwise the whole village would have pursued him for what he'd done.

Such is the making of the villain. This morning I finished reading Three Kingdoms Volume 2. I'm still enjoying it very much. Volume 2 had Zhuge Liang appear and that was really great.

Volume 2 had the famous battle at Red Cliff where they set Cao Cao's boats on fire. The local international channel here is showing the tv version of Three Kingdoms, in Mandarin with traditional subtitles I was finally able to pass where they were at in the story and suddenly it became much easier to watch when I knew what was going already.

I enjoyed reading about Zhuge Liang's strategies a great deal. He does seem to be a bit too perfect, but that's also kind of fun. I also like the version I'm reading a lot as when discussing him calling the wind in the battle at red cliffs the footnote stated," On Dun Jia evading stems , the technique by which Kongming will summon the winds see Kenneth J Dewoskin Doctors, Diviners and Magicians Of Ancient China" I think I shall have to look that up!

But the battle of red cliffs wasn't the only fun part, there was also Liu Bei's wedding to Lady Sun which was really great. I like her as she also studied the Martial Arts and had all her maids taught and when Liu Bei showed up in her room for the wedding night it was filled with weapons.

It was also interesting to see how ruthless the advisers were, particularly Pang Tong, despite working for the "hero" he was full of advice about assassinating people and stealing their countries while you could.

Even when Liu Bei absolutely refused he was still hatching plots to get people killed. It was interesting to see how ruthless everyone really was.

I'm glad I'm still enjoying the book, now I'm half way through at pages I think I might take a quick break to read the Ming dynasty stories that I bought.

Though part of me is worried if I do take the break I'll never be able to remember who everyone is when I go back. Still I guess that's what the info screen on the video game is there for.

Last night I finished reading Three Kingdoms Vol. I enjoyed the beginning they had a Taoist magician show up, and a really neat fortune teller. It was interesting to read the descriptions about what they could do.

In fact I think I have come across the description of those two in some of the academic books I've been reading. After that it got a bit repetitious and then all of a sudden everyone started dying!

Which made it interesting and fun again. Half way through the book the three main hero characters died, as did the villain, and sons and advisers took over.

I liked the fact that Zhang Fei was murdered in his sleep and Guan Yu go to die heroicaly in battle. I was a bit surprised at Guan Yu having diety status to start with.

But I liked that he kept coming back as a ghost and saved his son on more than one occasion. Zhuge Liang went to fight the Nan Man.

Which I enjoyed immensely as that was by far the hardest level in the video game I have so I really wanted to see what his master strategy against the elephants was!

I'm still enjoying it, though of the "four classic novels" that I've read I think this is the 3rd best. But it's good to read.

Only or so more pages to go! I'm finally finished with Three Kingdoms! I have to say I was more than underwhelmed with the last part.

It took a severe effort of will to bother finishing it at all. All the cool deaths happened in volume 3, 4 just seemed to mostly be about people I didn't really care that much about.

I was looking forward to reading "the ruse of the empty city", but found it to be only a very short description in the chapter which was quite disappointing.

I guess Zhuge Liang's death was a little interesting but at that point I had grown kinda bored with him, despite his great strategies against Sima Yi all he seemed to managed to accomplish was a successful retreat every time.

On a brighter note though I did play Sima Yi tonight in "Dynasty Warriors 4" and that was lots of fun he got to shoot purple that matched my hair!

Hmmm, I seem to be incapable of a serious review, I blame the stress of moving. I did enjoy the series as a whole, I think the first half is by far the best.

Though I definitely felt like it lost some steam after everyone died. But I am glad I read it. My next excursion into Chinese literature in translation will be Creation of the Gods which I'm looking forward to a lot.

But I should probably read the bibliogoth reading list book first. View all 4 comments. Apr 16, Koit rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is, without a doubt, one of the finest books I have ever read.

Not only is the translation readable and enjoyable, but it also carries the elan of the original narrative! At this stage, I would normally cut in with a negative aspect, some character I did not like, or other unfavourable opinions.

What is remarkable about the 'Three Kingdoms' is that although it is not missing this aspect in the story, these people and events are written in such a way that it is clearly not the author's fault This is, without a doubt, one of the finest books I have ever read.

What is remarkable about the 'Three Kingdoms' is that although it is not missing this aspect in the story, these people and events are written in such a way that it is clearly not the author's fault they are there but rather that he is writing down the history of what happened if occasionally fictional.

As such, this book is also a beautiful illustration of the fallacies of humankind -- how much wiser and cleverer we think we are, how easily we are deceived, and how much else goes on that we forget to include in our thoughts.

Having this vantage point into a history that spans a hundred-years and in words which have become a cultural phenomenon is absolutely stunning!

The simple rapidity with which the characters in the novel repeat their earlier mistakes should worry all of us, as should their chronic inability to learn from the failures of others -- but that's just how the saying goes, isn't it?

A Classic Novel in Four 4!!! In a nutshell recounts the kingdoms of Wu, Wei and Shu vying to dominate China proper after the fall of the Eastern Han dynasty.

I do recommend this to anyone interested in: Someone with a large period of time on their hands! This is convoluted and so very intensive on the memory, but it is also so richly rewarding as well, and worth the not insignificant effort to read.

Oct 20, Olga rated it liked it. An exelent source if you are looking to find out more about the culture, society, morals and history of china the last one is greatly helped by the essays in the afterword.

On the other hand, I would not recomend it as a leasure read for the most people. As a novel, it gets incredibly repetitive - unless you are a hardcore military strategy fan, there is only that many times before reading about two generals fighting, one feigning defeat and leading the other one into a trap gets old.

To be fa An exelent source if you are looking to find out more about the culture, society, morals and history of china the last one is greatly helped by the essays in the afterword.

To be fair to those who do enjoy the study of war, such occurences do contain variation, but alas, i am not one of those.

And if you are not either, this is going to be another problem - the breakdown of the novel into military strategy, political manipulations and everything else has a ratio of about 6 to 3.

The amount of characters has beeen mentioned here before. Prepare to be given a briefing on a family history, offices held and a general story of a life for anyone who appears for more than four pages.

Prepare to be given a description every time an official has one opinion regarding a decision to be made, consults the advisiors who agree, consults advisors who disagree, gives replies to both and only then acts in one way or another.

Now, granted, this book was meant to be read and studied in quiet by the nobles versed in history, philosophy and the arts of war, who would be acquainted to a much different storytelling tradition.

Not by an attention-deficient college student on a bus. For anyone choosing to read it, I strongly advise to research the background of the work and the actual history of the time period described.

As much as it is counter intuitive to the general consensus of "no spoilers", I personally would have read this work very differently have i not started out with the blank slate.

Hands down it's my favorite history novel ever written. The complex of the drama and story plot, simply makes you wanted to keep reading it.

In the time of eastern Han dynasty that almost brought down by traitors, there came many heroes. Some were loyal, some were only loyal to gain cause in bringing power and fame to them.

This novel brought hundred of characters , the focus is mainly latter in remain three power blocs. Struggles and intrigue to have written for Hands down it's my favorite history novel ever written.

Struggles and intrigue to have written for almost years. Simply, you would love this history novel. Feb 27, Conceitedreader rated it it was amazing.

Nov 05, Anthony Biondi rated it it was amazing. Moss Robert's translation is hands down the best. It comes with great inter-textual commentary and essays discussing the meaning of the work.

Three Kingdoms is, by itself, well deserving of being a classic, but this version is the definitive one.

Jan 29, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: My responses to the individual volumes of this edition are below, but the highlight is, this is a phenomenal work, full of scheming, heroism, tragic flaws, and fascinating stratagems, also stupidity, pride, and the collapse of kingdoms big and small.

Maybe it's the time period in which I'm reading it, but it seemed to me that one of the ongoing themes focused on how the sure sign that a kingdom will fall comes when the people serving in government are more focused on their own wealth and pleasur My responses to the individual volumes of this edition are below, but the highlight is, this is a phenomenal work, full of scheming, heroism, tragic flaws, and fascinating stratagems, also stupidity, pride, and the collapse of kingdoms big and small.

Maybe it's the time period in which I'm reading it, but it seemed to me that one of the ongoing themes focused on how the sure sign that a kingdom will fall comes when the people serving in government are more focused on their own wealth and pleasure than they are on serving the kingdom loyally and effectively.

It took a long time to finish, but it was worth it. The world of Three Kingdoms is a great place to immerse yourself for a good long time.

Volume 1 has been a rich, dense collection of thrilling battles, noble heroes, political maneuvering and tragic sacrifice, and I'm loving it.

This first volume is essentially half prologue, as the "Three Kingdoms" from which the novel draws it's name aren't really set up yet, in fact, they're not really all established by the end of it, but the founders of those three kingdoms have risen to prominence by about halfway through.

It's fascinating watching them get there. I have three more volumes to go, and can only assume that things will get even more complicated before I reach the end.

I thought things would get even more complicated in volume 2 and I was right! Xuande and his supporters are a bit like the roadrunner, getting into situation after situation where it looks like someone's wily scheme will finally take them down, only for them to somehow come out of the situation in an even stronger position.

Xuande can be a bit frustrating as he is less Machiavellian than his advisors and generals and will often refuse to do the smartest thing because it isn't honorable enough.

It's interesting to see the book contrast his hesitancy to act out of honorable motives often leads to problems but rarely fatal ones with what has been the certain penalty for just about every other leader who is hesitant to act out of indecisiveness or mistrust, which has so far proven universally fatal.

I also love how Cao Cao asks people for advice, and then if he likes their plan says "Exactly as I was thinking! This is the volume where EVERYBODY dies, it's astounding, and most of them die dramatically and horribly, but a surprisingly numerous few die quietly and almost off the page.

I can definitely see that things are starting to come to a head. Also, there is a whole sort of side adventure where Kongming goes off to fight the Man that is just wildly entertaining, with elephants, a legion of ghosts, fake monsters powered by gun powder, and a terrifying woman with an enormous spear.

Basically everything you can wish for. Three Kingdoms is an astounding work, and thoroughly enjoyable. Volume 4 sees things brought to a close, and it's fascinating to watch things come to an end not with a bang but with a whimper.

The fall of the southern kingdom is almost a comedy of errors between the indecisive conquerors and the incompetent defenders.

The afterword puts the whole novel into context in a way that is really helpful, enriching the already valuable commentary from the annotations.

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