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EBOOK ´ 狂人日記 æ Lu Xun Story was often referred to as China's first modern short story This book is selected as one of The 100 Best Books of All Time The diary form was inspired by Nikolai Gogol's short story Diary of a Madman as was the idea of the madman who sees reality clearly than those around him The madman sees cannibalism both in his family Where it all began Wonderful and real

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FREE EBOOK ë EPUB 狂人日記 ê ↠ [Reading] ➺ 狂人日記 By Lu Xun – Insolpro.co.uk This English and Chinese bilingual edition of a A Madman's Diary was first published in 1918 by Lu Xun one of the greatest writers in 20th century Chinese literature This short story is one of the fir This English and Chinese bilingua And the village around him and he then finds cannibalism in the Confucian classics which had long been credited with a humanistic concern for the mutual obligations of society and thus for the superiority of Confucian civilization The story was read as an ironic attack on traditional Chinese culture and a call for a New Culture Although this story was inspired by Gogol's Diary of a Madman it is sophisticated and meaningful with elaborate metaphors and a thought provoking ironical ending revealed at the beginningI especially liked the connection between this short story and the photograph that induced Lu Xun to pursue a career in literatureIn spite of not agreeing with his political thoughts I like his viewpoint on the concept of oppression of the society and how he likens it to well you have to read the story

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狂人日記This English and Chinese bilingual edition of a A Madman's Diary was first published in 1918 by Lu Xun one of the greatest writers in 20th century Chinese literature This short story is one of the first and most influential modern works written in vernacular Chinese and would become a cornerstone of the New Culture Movement The Considered first modern story in Chinese it is inspired by Gogol's story of same name and like in that story it is about a madman who is seeing things in a far better light than normal people Not as funny though It is written in criticism of tradionalismIt is about a man who suffers persecution complex goes mad after reading a few Chinese classics which mentioned the instances of cannibalism including families exchanging children to eat and kill them during famines they can't eat their own children The practice was obviously cruel but no cruel than the kind of practices societies often adopt in desperate circumstances Anyway to sacrifice some for sake of others that is scapegoating is what the metaphor of narrator's fear that people are going to eat them is for