Featuring Luo Guanzhong

Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Romance of the Three Kingdoms is acclaimed as one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature; it has a total of 800,000 words and nearly a thousand dramatic characters (mostly historical) in 120 chapters. The novel is among the most beloved works of literature in East Asia, and its literary influence in the region has been compared to that of the works of Shakespeare on English literature. It is arguably the most widely read historical novel in late imperial and modern China.

Outlaws of the Marsh by Shi Nai’an

Water Margin, also known in the West as Outlaws of the Marsh or All Men Are Brothers, is considered one of the four great classic Chinese novels. It follows the fictional adventures of a group of 108 outlaws in the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1126). These guys can best be described as 12th-century Chinese Klingons — impulsive, berserker brave, honor mad, hard-drinking, and quick to draw their swords.




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