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Historia Trium Regnorum

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Tres heroes trium regnorum. Pictura serica a Sekkan Sakurai (1715–1790) facta, quae Liu Bei, Guan Yu, et Zhang Fei pingit.
Caerimonia in horto persicorum. Illustratio in editione mythistoriae aevo domus Ming anno 1591 impressa. Collectio Universitatis Pecinensis.
Liu Bei bellatorem Zhuge Liang conscripsit. Pars Casam stramento tectam ter visitans, pictura a Dai Jin domus Ming (1388–1462) facta.
Traditionalis rupium rubrarum locus.
Pupae umbrosae in Museo Provinciali Sichuan Guan Yu et Zhang Fei depingunt.

Historia Trium Regnorum[1] (Mandarinice 三国演义; pinyin Sānguó Yǎnyì), vel simpliciter Tria Regna, est mythistoria historica saeculi quarti decimi, quae Luo Guanzhong tribuitur. Fabulae actio annis turbulentis fit ad finem domus Han aevumque trium regnorum in historia Sinarum anno 169 incipientibus annoque 280 finientibus, omni regione iterum coniuncta.

Historia Trium Regnorum una ex quattuor magnis mythistoriis classicis ab eruditis late habetur. Ei sunt 800 000 verborum et paene mille dramatis personae (plerumque homines historici) in 120 capitibus dispositi.[2] Haec mythistoria inter amatissimas litteras in Asia Orientali numeratur,[3] et eius gratia in litteris regionis cum gratia operum Guiliemi Shakespearii in litteris Anglicis comparatur.[4] Textus fortasse est latissime in Sina imperiali seria et hodierna lectus.[5] Hanc mythistoriam homines Sinici maximam ex suis mythistoriis fortasse habent.[6]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Roberts 1991: 940.
  3. Kim, Hyung-eun (11 Iulii 2008). "(Review) Historical China film lives up to expectations" 
  4. Shoji, Kaori (6 Novembris 2008). "War as wisdom and gore" 
  5. Ng 2005: 86.
  6. "If a vote were taken among the people of China as to the greatest among their countless novels, the Story of the Three Kingdoms would indubitably come out first" (Giles 1901: 277).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Besio, Kimberly Ann, et Constantine Tung, eds. 2007. Three Kingdoms and Chinese Culture. Albaniae: State University of New York Press. ISBN 0791470113..
  • Ge, Liangyan. 2015. The scholar and the state: fiction as political discourse in late imperial China. Seattli et Londinii: University of Washington Press. ISBN 9780295994178, ISBN 9780295994185.
  • Giles, Herbert. 1901. A History of Chinese Literature. Londinii: W. Heinemann.
  • Hsia, Chih-tsing. (1968) 1996. "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms." In The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. Cornell East Asia Series. Ithacae Novi Eboraci: East Asia Program, Cornell University.
  • Klöpsch, Volker, et Eva Müller, eds. 2004. Lexikon der chinesischen Literatur. Monaci: Beck. ISBN 3-406-52214-9.
  • Kuhn, Franz. 1981. Die drei Reiche: Roman aus dem alten China. Insel Taschenbuch 585. Francofurti: Insel-Verlag. ISBN 3-458-32285-X.
  • Li Chengli. 2008. Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Anglice et Mandarinice illustratus. Asiapac Books. ISBN 978-981-229-491-3.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 1991. Three Kingdoms: A Historical Novel, edita cum "postfatio" et notis a Moss Roberts. Berkeleiae et Pecini: University of California Press et Foreign Languages Press. ISBN 0520068211.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. (1925) 2002. Romance of the Three Kingdoms. 1, in Anglicum conversus a Charles H. Brewitt-Taylor. Introductio a Robert E. Hegel. Singapurae: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9780804834674.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. (1925) 2002. Romance of the Three Kingdoms. 2, in Anglicum conversus a Charles H. Brewitt-Taylor. Introductio a Robert E. Hegel. Singapurae: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9780804834681. Editio interretialis.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2006. Three Kingdoms. In Anglicum conversus a Moss Roberts. Introductio a Shi Changyu. Pecini: Foreign Language Press. ISBN 7-119-00590-1.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2014. The Three Kingdoms. 1, in Anglicum conversus a Yu Sumei, editus a Ronald C. Iverson. Singapurae: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9780804843935.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2014. The Three Kingdoms. 2, in Anglicum conversus a Yu Sumei, editus a Ronald C. Iverson. Singapurae: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9780804843942.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2014. The Three Kingdoms. 3, in Anglicum conversus a Yu Sumei, editus a Ronald C. Iverson. Singapurae: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9780804843959.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2017. Die drei Reiche: Roman: Aus dem Klassischen Chinesischen übersetzt und herausgegeben von Eva Schestag. Francofurti: S. Fischer.
  • Luo, Guanzhong. 2018. The romance of the three kingdoms. In Anglicum conversus a Martin Palmer, cum He Yun, Jay Ramsay, et Victoria Finlay. Londinii: Penguin Books. ISBN 9780241332771, ISBN 024133277X.
  • A Manchu Edition of Ilan-gurun-i bithe. Franciscopoli: Chinese Materials Center.
  • Ng, On-cho, et Q. Edward Wang. 2005. Mirroring the Past: The Writing and Use of History in Imperial China. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 0824829131.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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