出版时间：1997-01-01出版社：Foreign Languages Press作者：Moss Roberts译者：罗慕士书名：三国演义.下
The empire, long divided, mustunite;long united, must divide. Thus it hasever been." With thischaracterization of theinevitable cycle of Chinese history,themonumental tale Three Kingdoms begins. Asimportant for Chineseculture as the Homericepics have been for the West, thisMingdynasty masterpiece continues to be read andloved throughoutChina as well as in Japan,Korea, and Vietnam. The novel offersastartling and unsparing view of how power iswielded, how diplomacyis conducted, andhow wars are planned and fought; it hasinfluencedthe ways that Chinese think aboutpower, diplomacy, and war even tothis day. Three Kingdoms portrays a fateful momentat the end of theHan dynasty （206 B.C.-A.D.220） when the future of the Chineseempirelay in the balance. Writing more than amillennium later, LuoGuanzhong drew onoften-told tales of this turbulent periodtofashion a sophisticated, compelling narrative,whose charactersdisplay vivid individualityand epic grandeur.
List of MapsAcknowledgementsForewordBy John S. ServiceThree KingdomsA Historical NoveAfterword: About Three KingdomsBy Moss RobertsAfterword: NotesPrincipal Characters in Three KingdomsChronology of Main Events in Three KingdomsTitles, Terms, and Offices in Three KingdomsAbbreviationsNotes to Three Kingdoms
The story begins when the emperor,fearing uprisings by peasant rebels known asthe Yellow Scarves，sends an urgent appeal tothe provinces for popular support.inresponse，three young men——the aristocraticLiu Xuande.the fugitive Lord Guan.and thepig-butcher Zhang Fei——meet to pledgeeternal brotherhood and fealty to theirbeleaguered government.From these eventscomes a chain of cause and consequence thatleads ultimately to the collapse of the Han. MOSS Roberts's new translation providesfor the first time an authoritative，annotatedEnglish-language version of this great andenduring work of world literature.
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