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Martial Art Novel by Jin Yong aka Divine Eagle Gallant Knights aka Shen Diao Xia Lu Sequel of Eagle Shooting Hero (She Diao Ying Xiong Chuan) Prequel of Heavenly Sword Dragon Slaying Saber (Yi Tian Tu Long Ji). Shen Diao Xia Lu (Divine Eagle, Gallant Knights) The Copyright owner is. Ue 1 The Legendary Jin Yong Louis Cha Jing-yong, the co-founder and former Editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Ming Pao, died in Hong Kong last Tuesday . Jin Yong's wuxia novels are listed below in chronological order. Couplet. After all the novels had been published, it was discovered that that first character in the.


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WuxiaSociety translations. Jin Yong. Jin Yong's Second Edition Preface · Jin Yong's Third Edition Preface · The Legend of the Condor Heroes《射鵰英雄傳》 · The. Jin Yong, the best-known novelist of the wuxia, or martial arts genre, asks different questions of pdf>. Better known to his Chinese fans by his pen name of Jin Yong, Cha is the unrivaled giant of the modern martial arts (wuxia) genre. His novels were initially .

His novels were initially written for serialization in his own Ming Pao newspaper, which was published in Hong Kong.

However, they became so popular that they were reprinted in Chinese newspapers around the world. His novels, which total fourteen, were subsequently published in book form. His accomplishment was magnified by the fact that during this time Mainland China was a literary desert because Communist rigidity only allowed publication of titles that conformed to socialist realism, i.

Definitely, no room for escapist kung fu adventures there. Alas, in spite of his stature, his works were only accessible to Chinese readers.

Although the novels were initially written between and , it was not until that the English translation of 'The Deer and the Cauldron' was published by Oxford University Press and that was only the first volume of three!

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Although that translation of Cha's last and, many argue, his best novel was excellent, it still left something to be desired because 'The Deer and the Cauldron' was not representative of the genre. Therefore, it is with great excitement that we awaited the publication of the 'The Book and the Sword', Cha's first novel earlier this year.

The novel was initially translated and published on the web by Graham Earnshaw in but it was picked up by Oxford University Press in and edited by Rachel May and John Minford.

Mindford was the translator for 'The Deer and the Cauldron'. The book finally became available earlier this year. The Qing dynasty had been founded by the Manchus almost years earlier.

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By this time the Manchu rulers, whose homeland was in the north east of present day China, had been thoroughly sinicised. Qian Long himself was a great patron and practitioner of Chinese culture.

Nevertheless, there were still resistance groups formed by the Han majority. The story follows one of these secret societies, the Red Flower Society, whose members are determined to overthrow the Qing.

The members of the society are a colorful bunch of characters, most of whom are men but they also include several women in their ranks the woman are all beautiful and deadly, of course. The members come from a cross section of the society but have been brought together by their wilingness to risk life and limb to protect the weak and fight for justice.

The second edition carried a preface Jin Yong wrote for the revision. That led to unauthorised underground publications that often revised the novels excessively. Jin Yong made another round of revisions between and This is referred to by fans as the third edition.

Jin Yong included a preface written specifically for the third edition. The revised novels were published in the order that they were written by him. The release of final novel, The Deer and the Cauldron , brought an end to the revision in spring Jin Yong put in a lot of thought into editing his works, making extensive changes to the personality of characters, the martial arts techniques, and the names of locations.

The revision also included annotations that addressed criticisms directed at the historical accuracy of the novels. The drastic changes received mixed reviews from fans.

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While some embraced the polished revision, others criticised it as they preferred the plot and names in the earlier editions. Traditional Chinese title: Same as the translated title. Fan translation: Available on WuxiaSociety. Alternative title: Eight Races of Deities Traditional Chinese title:Lu Liding felt his arms swelling and numbing. I decided to take a few hours and make an up-to-date list of the various Jin Yong translations I could find.

Instead, I added links to the wikipedia entries. The story follows one of these secret societies, the Red Flower Society, whose members are determined to overthrow the Qing.

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Cheng Ying did this again and gave another lotus to the man. Go ahead. Cheng Ying had been pale due to fright but still the tears wouldnt come.

He was scared. The lyrics the girls sang were from the poem The Butterfly Loves the Flower, written by the Song poet Ouyang Xiu, the words sung matched what the girl was feeling inside; though only sixty words were sung, the season, time of day, place, scenery and the girls face, clothes, hair adornments, emotions were all described meticulously.

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