The Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Luo Guanzhong's True Feelings
Luo Guanzhong, a man with lofty ambitions, is our example of lofty ambitions and soaring eagle--- Zhuge Changqing
Luo Guanzhong is a student of Shi Naian. After finishing the writing of "Outlaws of the Marsh" with his master, he wrote China's first classical novel "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms", which is the most widely circulated, influential, accomplished and ambitious.
He is a compassionate, knowledgeable and versatile counselor and literary giant.
A "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" made him famous all over the world.
The Romance of the Three Kingdoms vividly reflects his grand strategy.
He was once the staff and division of Zhang Shicheng, the peasant uprising army.
Zhang Shicheng was once put forward with the grand strategy of "slowly becoming king". Unfortunately, Zhang Shicheng missed it.
So he wandered around the world alone, paying for "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms" with all his blood.
Luo Guanzhong, named Ben, is also known as Hu Hai San Ren. He was born in Taiyuan, Shanxi during the reign of Emperor Renzong. Qingyuan native of Taiyuan (now Qingxu County, Taiyuan City), whose father Luo Jin was a silk merchant. He has six sons, and Guanzhong line ranks second.
He is gifted and intelligent. He began to study in a private school at the age of 7. At the age of 14, because his mother died of illness, he dropped out of school and went to Suzhou and Hangzhou with his father to do business. But Luo Guanzhong was not interested in business. With his father's consent, he went to Cixi to study with Zhao Baofeng, a famous scholar at that time. In the 16th year of the Zhizheng era (1356), Luo Guanzhong said goodbye to Zhao Baofeng and went to Zhang Shicheng, the peasant uprising army, as a curtain guest. The next year, at the suggestion of Luo Guanzhong, Zhang Shicheng defeated the attack of Kang Maocai, a subordinate of Zhu Yuanzhang. In the same year, Zhang Shicheng's younger brother was defeated and captured by the Yuan Dynasty. Zhang Shicheng had to surrender. After the yuan fell, Zhang Shicheng coveted pleasure. In the 23rd year of Zhizheng, Zhang Shicheng saw the decline of the Yuan Dynasty and once again became king. Many staff members, including Luo Guanzhong, suggested that the king should be suspended, but it was not accepted. Luo Guanzhong lost confidence in Zhang Shicheng and left him to return to his hometown Taiyuan.
On the way, he met Jia Zhongming, a fellow villager, and learned that his father had passed away and his stepmother remarried, so he no longer planned to return to his hometown. In Heyang Mountain, he met Shi Naian, who was writing The Water Margin. Luo Guanzhong very much agreed with his idea of writing a book to persuade the world, so he took Shi Naian as his teacher. Since then, Luo Guanzhong has been accompanying Shi Naian and helping to copy the manuscript. Later, he also began to write "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms" and got many instructions from Shi Naian.
In the spring of the 26th year, Zhao Baofeng, Luo Guanzhong's teacher, died. Luo Guanzhong rushed to Cixi for a memorial ceremony. A few months later, Shi Naian's family moved to Xinghua to avoid the war.
Luo Guanzhong couldn't find Shi Naian, so he continued to write The Romance of the Three Kingdoms in Heyang Mountain.
When Luo Guanzhong heard about Shi Naian's whereabouts and was ready to run for the past, he happened to catch up with Shi Naian who was arrested by Zhu Yuanzhang for "Outlaws of the Marsh".
So Luo Guanzhong rushed to Jinling and found Shi Naian's friend Liu Bowen to help rescue him.
After more than a year, Shi Naian was finally released from prison. Luo Guanzhong hired a boat to send him back to Xinghua. But because Shi Naian was ill on the way, Luo Guanzhong accompanied him to recuperate in Huai'an. Soon after the death of Shi Naian, Luo Guanzhong helped to take care of the afterlife, and then took the manuscript of "Outlaws of the Marsh" to Jianyang, Fujian to find someone to engrave it.
But in Jianyang, no one dares to print the Water Margin. He had no choice but to stay temporarily in Hangzhou. Here he edited and revised the Outlaws of the Marsh, and some people said that the last 30 chapters of the Outlaws of the Marsh were completed at this time. At the same time, he also revised his "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms", and wrote "The Legend of the Three Suiping Demons" 20 times, and died in Hangzhou.
Luo Guanzhong is engaged in the creation of novel and history, and many works have been handed down, such as "The Chronicles of Sui and Tang Dynasties", "The Romance of the History of the Five Dynasties of the Past Tang Dynasty", "The Legend of the Three Suiping Demons", "The Powder House" and the drama "The Song Taizu Dragon, Tiger and the Cloud". According to legend, he also wrote the popular romance of the seventeenth history, and participated in the writing of "Outlaws of the Marsh".
Guanzhong's long masterpiece, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, is probably his later work. This classic literary masterpiece describes the history of political and military struggles between Wei, Shu and Wu during the nearly one century from the Huangjin Uprising in the first year of Zhongping in the Eastern Han Dynasty (18 years) to the unification of China in the first year of Taikang in the Western Jin Dynasty (280 years). Based on the historical clues and historical figures provided by Chen Shou's Three Kingdoms Annals, he collected a large number of valuable historical materials preserved by Pei Songzhi to fill in the gaps, prepare for differences, punish wrongs, and argue in the Three Kingdoms Annals, absorbed the rich nutrition of folk legends from the Western Jin Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty for more than 1000 years, and on this basis, combined with his life experience in participating in the peasant uprising army at the end of the Yuan Dynasty, gave full play to his outstanding artistic talent, played all roles, and skillfully controlled, It vividly describes the vast and rich historical events in the past 100 years and has completed this 750000 word classic masterpiece.
In this masterpiece, Guan Zhong reposes his personal feelings of love and hate, and objectively exposes the political, military, open, hidden, legal and illegal conflicts and struggles between the feudal ruling groups. It vividly depicts the tactics and intrigues of the feudal ruling class, such as fighting for fame and profit, intrigue, intrigue, open fire and dark sword. Intentionally or unintentionally revealed the real historical background and reasons why farmers could not live, took risks, and rose in succession.
As for the artistic achievements of "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms", there are many aspects, which fully shows that Luo Guanzhong has amazing skills in characterization. Among the more than 400 characters in the book, whether it is Cao Cao, Liu Bei, Sun Quan, or Zhuge Liang, Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Zhao Zilong, Huang Zhong, Lu Su, Zhou Yu, Huang Gai, Guo Jia, Xu You, Zhang Liao, Lu Xun, and Wang Yun, Dong Zhuo, and Lu Bu, these brave and loyal generals, have vivid personal characteristics. In particular, the image of Zhang Fei, Zhuge Liang and Cao Cao is really fascinating and human. At the end of the Yuan Dynasty and the beginning of the Ming Dynasty, China's novel creation entered a new period, especially in the stage of the increasingly perfect Zhanghui novel.
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