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Share: Chen Yu
Sharing Bibliography: "Dream of Red Mansions"
Time: 2015.6.21 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: Pace University (1 Pace Plaza), the address will be notified after registration.
Registration link: Click on the bottom left corner"Read the original”or"Read more”, will jump to the event registration link.
CUNY Baruch graduated from the Department of Psychology and now works at Barneys New York. Like to eat and read. Most love classical literature and science fiction.
Baruch Industrial Organization Psychology is reading. IT industry intern. Love life and love food.
Share the bibliographic introduction:
Dream of the Red Chamber
One of the four famous books of China, mainly created by Cao Xueqin in the Qing Dynasty. One of Zhang Ailing’s three hates is that the red building is not finished. Although the manuscripts of the Dream of Red Mansions have all been lost, the first 80 of the current versions are basically made by Cao Xueqin. However, it was copied and passed down by everyone. The last 40 times are mainly continuation by others, and Cao Xueqin's original work is not a level, so it will not be discussed when sharing.
This time I mainly talked about several interesting characters in the first 80 times.
What is the emotional dispute between the three protagonists? Baodi really likes Baoyu? Is Saitama a young lady who loves to lose her temper and makes a little temper?
In addition, several characters analyzed with you: Xue Yu Jia Jia Jia Wei Liu Wei
The reason is that these people are not only interesting, but often bring their own food when they appear. It’s awesome!
About the Author:
Born in 1715, died in 1763. Qing Dynasty novelist, poet, painter. The Dream of Red Mansions is the family history of Cao Xueqin.
Cao Xueqin's genealogy surface is the descendant of Cao Cao of the Three Kingdoms. During the reign of Shunzhi and Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty, Cao’s family had been a prominent official at the time. Kangxi six times in the southern tour, four times are Cao's pick-up. Later, due to the huge loss of the pick-up, when Cao Zheng was in the throne, Cao’s family was investigated and gradually declined because he had not filled the deficit. Cao Xueqin witnessed the whole process of a big family from the peak to the decline. This is the basis for his creation of the Dream of Red Mansions.
Highly interactive activity process:
1) The sharer introduces the book and expresses his own opinion (about 15 minutes);
2) Each participant expresses his or her own feelings (about 2 minutes/person);
3) All participants will be divided into small groups to communicate and propose a topic-related question;
4) Participants discuss the issues raised and show their speculation. (about 2 minutes / person);
5) After the event, welcome friends who are still unfinished to join the dinner and continue to talk.
1) Participants are not required to prepare in advance, and the sharer will provide the information needed for discussion
2) Please try to be on time to avoid missed sharing of the bibliography
3) Please bring your ID
4) If you can't find the venue, please send a message in the event temporary WeChat group or Facebook 麓山学社 Group, we will respond promptly
5) The number of people per reading will be limited to 18 people. Please invite your friends to register as soon as possible. After completing the form and scanning into the temporary group, the registration will be successful. The full registration will be in the waitlist.
All the speeches of the participants of the event do not represent the position of the school.
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We currently organize free book club events every week in the New York area at Columbia University, Fordham University or Pace University.
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