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Pachieh fights fiercely at the FlowingSand River By order Moksa brings Wuching to submission. Tripitaka does not forget his origin The Four Sages test the priestly mind.
At the Mountain of Longevity the Great Immortal detains his old friend At the Temple of Five Villages Pilgrim steals the ginseng fruit. The Chenyuan Immortal gives chase to catch the scripture monk Pilgrim Sun causes great disturbance at the Temple of Five Villages.
Other editions - View all The Journey to the West, Volume 1 Wu Cheng-en , Collinson Fair No preview available - Common terms and phrases appeared arrived asked become Bodhisattva body bowed Brother Buddha called cassock cave changed chap chapter Chinese clouds court cried dare Darkness demon disciple divine door Dragon Dragon King Earth East Elder Emperor eyes face fire five flowers follow four fruits gate gave give gold golden Guardian Hall hands head heard Heaven Heavenly holding horse Hsiian-tsang hundred Immortal Jade Emperor journey kind laughing leave light living look magic Master means mind minister monk Monkey King monster moon mother mountain narrative night old Monkey once Pa-chieh Palace Patriarch person Pilgrim poem present reached received Region River Sage saying scriptures spirit Star T'ai-tsung T'ang T'ang monk Taoist tell temple thank things thousand tiger took treasure trees Tripitaka true truly turned various walked West wind Wu-k'ung.
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Fohr Limited preview - Bibliographic information. Literary Criticism. Journey to the West, Volume 1 Cheng'en Wu University of Chicago Press , Feb 15, - Fiction - pages 3 Reviews First published in , The Journey to the West , volume I, comprises the first twenty-five chapters of Anthony C.
The Journey to the West, Volume 1 Wu Cheng-en , Collinson Fair No preview available - View 1 comment. Oct 07, Aurora rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites , classics.
Sorry in advance for a terrible review, I suck at writing them. So The Journey to the West starts out with this stone monkey and his adventures on Flower-Fruit Mountain.
After the first 7 or so chapters we move to a Buddhist monk and his 3 disciples one of those being that monkey going on surprise!
I found this book really fascinating and surprisingly easy to read. Looking forward to reading volume 2. This first volume is pretty interesting and less formulaic than the subsequent volumes, which are the pilgrims' episodic adventures, rinsed and repeated.
Here we start with Monkey's enlightenment, how he causes chaos in Heaven and is punished; the Tang Emperor makes a really trivial mistake that almost costs him his life and necessitates the commission of a pilgrimage to India to show his piety; Guanyin doing the legwork of gathering all the involved parties for Tripitaka's pilgrimage.
Tripitaka, This first volume is pretty interesting and less formulaic than the subsequent volumes, which are the pilgrims' episodic adventures, rinsed and repeated.
Sandy and the horse One annoying thing about this story is the fact that all the demons are really there just for the sake of being enemies and putting tribulations in Tripitaka's way.
These deus ex machina interventions by gods and deities remove tension from the story since you never really fear for the characters too much.
But if you know the story I'm sure you were prepared for that. This translation, with its very comprehensive introduction though the academic jargon is at times unforgivably tortuous is a decent one to pick up.
Nov 19, Melanie rated it it was ok. This has to be one of the most boring books I have ever read. I mean, the beginning of the book, back when Sun Wukong was free to do whatever he pleased was pretty acceptable.
But in the moment he is given the task of babysitting Sanzang is where the book starts to get irritating. I understand that the book is supposed to be epic and full of metaphors, but imagine the case when someone asks Wukong something and instead of reading the sentence "and Wukong explained everything that happened to him This has to be one of the most boring books I have ever read.
I understand that the book is supposed to be epic and full of metaphors, but imagine the case when someone asks Wukong something and instead of reading the sentence "and Wukong explained everything that happened to him", he actually tells everything he had been through.
I feel awfully frustrated with the speed of the story. I feel as if I'm stuck in a boring journey. I am going to read the rest of the books, though.
It's a matter of honor. Feb 02, Peter rated it really liked it. I really enjoy, as most do, Part One, the origin of Sun Wukong and his hell-raising days before he is finally subdued by Buddha.
After that, I am often annoyed, as some are, by how weepy yet obstinate Xuanzang is especially because he is supposed to be a highly cultivated monk , how underdeveloped the characters Sha Wujing and Yulong Santaiz are, how repetitive the 81 ordeals can be, and the author's repeated use of deus ex machina.
Nevertheless, it is a fascinating and often hilarious adventur I really enjoy, as most do, Part One, the origin of Sun Wukong and his hell-raising days before he is finally subdued by Buddha.
Nevertheless, it is a fascinating and often hilarious adventure story of enlightenment. I only wish I could read the Chinese original -- I'm certain the poems would be more fluid and beautiful and the text would be full of wordplay.
I would also be interested in reading an annotated version. Sep 19, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: chinese-lit , the-four-great-classical-novels.
Well, this is just one of four parts to this rather enormous Chinese work that I've been meaning to read for a long time now. The Journey to the West , at least this portion, is most notably about the origins of Sun Wukong, the mischievous monkey king of folklore.
For the most part, even just this installation of the epic feels like it is split into two distinct subcategories, one being far supreme to the other.
The first thing I noticed was a return to that beautiful, distinct style of prose tha Well, this is just one of four parts to this rather enormous Chinese work that I've been meaning to read for a long time now.
The first thing I noticed was a return to that beautiful, distinct style of prose that marks most East Asian literature.
However, as this is the first Chinese novel I've read, I notice subtle differences from Japanese counterparts. Scattered selections of descriptive verse embellish the entire work and make it that much more of a joy to read, even when there is not much happening.
These passages usually pick out a small piece of action or focus closer on a description of color, texture, or general appearance.
As a result, it seems as if Cheng'en is really trying to paint a clear visual picture in the reader's mind- he succeeds on all levels.
However, I must digress and go back to a point I briefly brought up- the first half of Journey is vastly superior to the second half. For the most part, this is because Sun Wukong is such a badass character with seemingly unlimited power and an insatiable taste for fisticuffs.
He is portrayed as a reckless yet nearly unbeatable being, and he definitely goes to great lengths to prove this to anyone and everyone.
So it's really all a good romp with Wukong for a while, until he actually gets himself into trouble and has to be assigned someone to babysit him, which is where things really slow down.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Qi Shu Miss Duan Zhang Wen Xuan Zang Bo Huang Sun Wukong Show Lo Prince Important Sheung-ching Lee Sand Monk Bingqiang Chen KL Hog Sihan Cheng Master Nameless Xing Yu Fist of the North Star as Xingyu Zhengyu Lu These sons did not originally appear in Journey to the West.
Monkey: A Journey to the West. Los Angeles Review of Books. It is a cornerstone text of Eastern fiction: its stature in Asian literary culture may be compared with that of The Canterbury Tales or Don Quixote in European letters.
In Arthur Waley ed. Translated by Arthur Waley. New York: Grove Press. New York Times. Leiden; Boston: Brill, The Tower of Myriad Mirrors: A Supplement to Journey to the West.
Michigan classics in Chinese studies. Translated by Lin, Shuen-fu; Schulz, Larry James. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan.
Heritage of China: Contemporary Perspectives on Chinese Civilization. Berkeley: University of California Press. Huffington Post. Retrieved 20 April Wu Cheng'en 's Journey to the West.
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