The book "The Scholars" starts with the story of an upright scholar, Wang Mian, and then writes the story of Zhou Jin and Fan Jin. Zhou Jin was an old boy, and he was not satisfied with imperial examinations in his whole life, so he mixed up to the point of keeping accounts for businessmen. With the help of businessmen, he donated a Guo-zi-Jian diploma, and was promoted one after another. He became a scholar and went to Guangdong to learn Tao. When he was taking the exam in Nanhai, he recruited a 54-year-old boy. After Fan Jin's promotion, he went mad and was slapped and awakened by his father-in-law, butcher Hu.
After Fan Jinzhong's promotion, the book wrote: "He laughed and said,' Hey! All right! I won!' Said, and fell back, his teeth clenched and he was unconscious. When I woke up, I went crazy and shouted,' I won!' , and flew to the door, a foot may be dipped in the pond, earn up, hair fell away, hands yellow, dripping wet ideas from a suit of water. At this time, it was necessary for Hu Butcher, who was afraid of him on weekdays, to slap him, before he came to his senses. The people around him also looked like two pairs of faces before and after his entrance examination, especially the butcher Hu showed the most typical type: the previous "poor wretch of the world treasure" suddenly became a "virtuous master", and even the "sharp-mouthed monkey's face" suddenly became a "decent face". This story reveals that the imperial examination system is deeply poisonous to scholars and the whole society. .
The Scholars was written by Wu Jingzi, a scholar in the Qing Dynasty, with a sense of "satire", which reflected the famous life of Confucian scholars in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and also profoundly exposed the decay of literati's psychological concepts, imperial examinations, ethics and corruption under the feudal social system. So far, it still has great warning benefits.
Since writing after reading, it is necessary for the writer to experience it and combine it before he can write with feeling. The author, Wu Jingzi, a scholar in Qing Dynasty who hates the secular and is full of indignation, has seen through many ups and downs and entanglements in officialdom, and has written "The Scholars". This book portrays vivid characters in the form of stories, and the depiction of the characters in the stories represents the author's necessary views on feudal affairs. Lu Xun once commented that this book is euphemistic, sharp but straightforward, and it is a classic of realistic literature, which shows the success of this book.
The Scholars was written by Wu Jingzi, a scholar in the Qing Dynasty, with "satire" as the main feeling, which reflected the famous life of Confucian scholars in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and also profoundly exposed the decay of literati's psychological concepts, imperial examinations, ethics and corruption under the feudal social system. So far, it is still very alarming.
Since writing after reading, it is necessary for the writer to experience it and combine it before he can write with feeling. The author, Wu Jingzi, a scholar in Qing Dynasty who hates the secular and is full of indignation, has seen through many ups and downs and entanglements in officialdom, and has written "The Scholars", which portrays vivid characters in the form of stories. The depiction of the characters in the stories represents the author's certain views on feudal affairs. Lu Xun once commented that this book is euphemistic, sharp but straightforward, and it is a classic of realistic literature, which shows the success of this book.
Recently, I read a book-"Scholars".
The author of The Scholars is Wu Jingzi in Qing Dynasty. It took him a long time to finish this satirical novel. It introduces the characters of Wang Mian, Fan Jin, Du Shaoqing, Zhou Jin and Shen Qiongzhi, and exposes the darkness and decay of feudal imperial examination system and feudal ethics.
The most sighing figure in The Scholars is Kuang Chaoren (Kuang Jiong), who is a filial and diligent person, and Mr. Ma Er also helps him with all his heart. However, Kuang Chaoren has fallen into the secular whirlpool and met such bad people as Pan San. He also helped Pan San to do two bad things. When Pan San was arrested, he immediately broke off contact with Pan San, fearing that the government would find himself. This is also true. After that, instead of learning well, he became boastful and pretended not to understand things. Kuang Superman finally got a discrimination smile from celebrities. Kuang Superman was very good, but he was poisoned by the eight-part essay and made bad friends, and ended up like this. What a pity!
Today, I read a satirical novel, The Scholars, which is well-known in Qing Dynasty.
"Scholars" mainly talks about different performances of fame and wealth by various people in the old times. Described some Confucian scholars' images poisoned by the stereotyped imperial examination system, which reflected the bad secular atmosphere at that time.
What impressed me most in The Scholars is Yan Jiansheng, a miser. He is a timid and rich man. The most profound thing about him is that Yan Jiansheng went to bed after his illness. This incident fully shows that Yan Jiansheng is stingy and loves money like life. I don't think such people are worth learning. On the contrary, we learn to be generous in our lives. If we are not generous, we will end up like Yan Jiansheng. Another thing that Yan Jiansheng knows-mourning his dead wife, Yan Jiansheng is so stingy that he won't even spend a little money on his loved ones