PDF gsagency.co ☆ 西遊記 Xī yóu jì PDF/EPUB ´ 西遊記 Xī

Probably the most popular book in the history of the Far East this classic combination of picaresque novel and folk epic mixes satire allegory and history into a rollicking tale It is the story of the roguish Monkey and his encounters with major and minor spirits gods demigods demons ogres monsters and fairies


10 thoughts on “西遊記 Xī yóu jì

  1. '&R2'Hr]ah")MnMc'}ZB(QE)J*B)JP<l2ӆJ [,6ZBURH@*N5৴.ƤBGiAG*1IR-ii]oCDyj6b2p~1a앣f%:ܐz%9yAEDcqxS˵[q&U+JLz(ӦE]LN)ȃ Wӝ*e[ w㐡|NƱ6V ra?%j }j s[g=*C˫pުu Ōm; i }7L3)Sְ1:A"A)#&2m.D<vGYXҁFۥbJǐŶ PLxypWv-2%{(f)N!LuLqJbP}LQЀȺ:}q') 0D"zR=h)EXP)JhOl"H)cpRyJ2F EA! -)JF@H-ll:-3C@$ ކz֟ɸqaf _JY$F,H!vڒ5΄T:j6qOliY? )"̗ oK@mq\@9[j>@<1r)֐'ДE3:JTmyjiu 1+d1aHm7%ۙA_~Fo1g4jZ¼ėUGU;ZJCJ zd#֊RU f'ìy4lGy;[=mZĐ*v,tmG"TmRNyn.ӚKyY-l wOo{BGAM)5źFN𶜩_b!A~ŭ2qTir ¥M;wҰ\!ql;qkU9r\ U̢2.dx,ʀBFʔN@$WHWÞB\m-Dv=Ay)jb,Jl$|WtD U6H\tbIWZ4rNfI ^\QZCbOJrL%ʚQKgPAg@YQY-)2n63W+p|$<B5U78Ƴ&$!ŵk$s~iE-M%$gW0Gי;%rڅ*Kjq4FT})/ [II&'aI#qJVRbrEb}#e"rb{=%d!qH.Py0ڝprzW0Yl]J Ԝѧg]L\ЙS-)HY_!;tkDX=BTj->ݦ%AᣙCn]TX+TnEyȽ͹%#yIu׏rHOmjNILWz]s#Ff*SCn8RRA .mzZJyP]wI$Jj 7RU`7$ \۔A7pWxPBF5<^_,sn-ŻCv#{K)^R6k49iOEvP:NnOM$ SLWC͐V,=t}2_*:o5KMrrqݓbKnG_'eI>BzLV?&nzwG:y~C?-ְ28զыAf Tc)f;'.8^TRr!\ڽ!.ėt% sP@=Ȳ6TσodʹOR'l?!CuwJqz@xp12@]+-+) w8F[]@^".r͆HrM'g*/TI=M@Ol<0bhxD<.h=iu}0ᅐ摊OC(yE{Rk/%#=R:QU?=n[ K)?zіOSE*rҲ.)4U(MҠRy(^K`Ȥnδ\DtHb[i@qOX;`ŃX Id5i>wӈhy~γ TiW5/.pWa|w5 OɊW&hI&^'&R2'Hr]ah")MnMc'}ZB(QE)J*B)JP<l2ӆJ [,6ZBURH@*N5৴.ƤBGiAG*1IR-ii]oCDyj6b2p~1a앣f%:ܐz%9yAEDcqxS˵[q&U+JLz(ӦE]LN)ȃ Wӝ*e[ w㐡|NƱ6V ra?%j }j s[g=*C˫pުu Ōm; i }7L3)Sְ1:A"A)#&2m.D<vGYXҁFۥbJǐŶ PLxypWv-2%{(f)N!LuLqJbP}LQЀȺ:}q') 0D"zR=h)EXP)JhOl"H)cpRyJ2F EA! -)JF@H-ll:-3C@$ ކz֟ɸqaf _JY$F,H!vڒ5΄T:j6qOliY? )"̗ oK@mq\@9[j>@<1r)֐'ДE3:JTmyjiu 1+d1aHm7%ۙA_~Fo1g4jZ¼ėUGU;ZJCJ zd#֊RU f'ìy4lGy;[=mZĐ*v,tmG"TmRNyn.ӚKyY-l wOo{BGAM)5źFN𶜩_b!A~ŭ2qTir ¥M;wҰ\!ql;qkU9r\ U̢2.dx,ʀBFʔN@$WHWÞB\m-Dv=Ay)jb,Jl$|WtD U6H\tbIWZ4rNfI ^\QZCbOJrL%ʚQKgPAg@YQY-)2n63W+p|$<B5U78Ƴ&$!ŵk$s~iE-M%$gW0Gי;%rڅ*Kjq4FT})/ [II&'aI#qJVRbrEb}#e"rb{=%d!qH.Py0ڝprzW0Yl]J Ԝѧg]L\ЙS-)HY_!;tkDX=BTj->ݦ%AᣙCn]TX+TnEyȽ͹%#yIu׏rHOmjNILWz]s#Ff*SCn8RRA .mzZJyP]wI$Jj 7RU`7$ \۔A7pWxPBF5<^_,sn-ŻCv#{K)^R6k49iOEvP:NnOM$ SLWC͐V,=t}2_*:o5KMrrqݓbKnG_'eI>BzLV?&nzwG:y~C?-ְ28զыAf Tc)f;'.8^TRr!\ڽ!.ėt% sP@=Ȳ6TσodʹOR'l?!CuwJqz@xp12@]+-+) w8F[]@^".r͆HrM'g*/TI=M@Ol<0bhxD<.h=iu}0ᅐ摊OC(yE{Rk/%#=R:QU?=n[ K)?zіOSE*rҲ.)4U(MҠRy(^K`Ȥnδ\DtHb[i@qOX;`ŃX Id5i>wӈhy~γ TiW5/.pWa|w5 OɊW&hI&^ says:

    I kind of regret buying this book I thought it looked like a fun little read when I saw it in the mythology section so I picked it up several years agoWhy regret it when I enjoyed it? I could have enjoyed MORE of it You see I found out much later that Monkey is an abridged version of Journey to the West This is one of the four classic Chinese novels I've read and generally loved the other three Romance of the Three Kingdoms Outlaws of the Marsh and Dream of Red Mansions Now I've read an abridged version of the last one when I would have much preferred to read the full unabridged text I'll still have to do that at some pointStill I can recommend this book pretty enthusiastically to some people at there Reading the other three books mentioned above I undoubtedly tried to sell you on them directly or indirectly Perhaps you were even a bit interested However I recognize that the other three thousand page monsters can be pretty intimidating particularly since they feature so many characters with names that are difficult to pronounce and keep straight if you are not particularly familiar with Chinese names Monkey is only about three hundred pages and style wise is a much easier read as well There are fewer important characters and they have easily pronouncedremembered names Monkey and Pigsy being two of the main four characters This story is also quite a bit of a folk tale than the others so it remains noticeably simpler That said it retains the very classic style that I haven't seen anywhere besides these Chinese novels The charmingly formal well that people address one another even the taunts before battles are formalized in a very unique way This would be a great book to use as your trial run into classic Chinese literature and if you enjoy the general style of it you will enjoy the style of the longer and difficult books as well