Guide reading: for many years, some literati have read the subtle relationship between men and women through the cracks of characters. Research to study, or Pan Jinlian secretly love Wusong, or Wusong is forced by desire, there is no thief heart. Is this the case? There is no such thing in the book, but most scholars have never said so. It's said that Wu Song is still alive. As a party, it's really unclear.
As for Wu Song, there have been a lot of articles and oral literature circulating in the folk, and folk opera and quyi also take him as the leading role. His popularity and influence are not much. Tan Ge asked a lot of friends. Most of their earliest knowledge came from "fighting Tigers with Wusong". The stories of the water margin characters are most popular in Chinese folk, and most of them are Wusong stories. Chinese people probably don't know Wusong. I want to analyze the identity of Wu Song first. Wusong killed a man in Qinghe County (later learned that the man was not dead) and came out to hide the case. Later, he became famous for fighting tigers and became a constable in Yanggu County.
Wu Song probably wanted to find such a job in Yanggu County. He ate with his ability and stayed with his brother. It was also a pleasure of family. He has no parents since childhood. It's Wuda that pulls him up. It should be said that Wuda has a father's shadow in Wusong's mind. Wuda is a typical example of elder brother as father. However, there was a Ximen Festival, which forced Wu Song to the scene of killing in the lion tower. Read here, can't help but, XiMenqing came on stage, broke into the life of Wuda, Wusong don't say want to be a good constable, just want to be a self-supporting ordinary people, also can't do yo.
How can Wusong meet with XiMenqing? Readers know that XiMenqing is responsible for 100% of the responsibility. Wusong could not avoid this encounter. XiMenqing is a city man who got rich first. Now that he is rich, people only pay attention to reality, but can't pursue his original sin. In those days, we could pack mistresses in a positive way. As a result, the wealthy XiMenqing began to enjoy life and like to work hard on women. On that day, XiMenqing occasionally met Pan Jinlian, the wife of Wuda. Pan Jinlian is very beautiful. XiMenqing took a look at her. He wants to make Pan Jinlian a mistress. The man and the woman began to have an affair. This is the beginning of the tragedy of Wuda.
The affair of adultery between XiMenqing and Pan Jinlian is no different from the kind of love between men and women that often happens in the folk. It's a common practice for human beings since ancient times to gamble against thieves and murderers and commit crimes against human life. China looks like a foreign country. But XiMenqing doesn't necessarily think so. He raped people's lives? What lives? According to my XiMenqing's identity, Heng. Even if I had an affair with someone's wife, the man had to wear a green hat. This should be Mr. XiMenqing's logic. However, there must be a brother in Wuda. And this brother is Wu Song. It's going to be a lot of fun. It's serious. How about you XiMenqing having money? If Wusong doesn't buy your account and I don't kill you XiMenqing, how can I express the bird spirit in my heart.
At this point, I came up with an old topic: since people have studied Wusong, they have always guessed about the men and women affairs between Wusong and Pan Jinlian. This is the sorrow of Chinese scholars since ancient times. I just wonder why Chinese literati are always interested in this story. In fact, no matter seventy-one copies or one hundred and twenty copies. In the novel outlaws of the marsh, wu song has nothing to do with Pan Jinlian. However, over the years, some literati read the subtle relationship between Wu Song and Pan Jinlian through the cracks. Research to study, or Pan Jinlian secretly love Wusong, or Wusong is forced by desire, there is no thief heart. Is this the case? There is no such thing in the book, but most scholars have never said so. It's said that Wu Song is still alive. As a party, it's really unclear.
I don't think that's the way Schneider wrote about Wusong. Taking Wusong's play, it was originally a matter of boring literati. I had read a novel written in 1930s, and insisted that Shi Xiu and pan Qiaoyun had a complex emotion. What complex emotions? That is, men and women. The author also describes that Shi Xiu exposed Pei Ruhai (the monk who cheated) out of instinctive jealousy. If the author can realize this step, there is no reason for this. But the author of "outlaws of the marsh" didn't write like this at all.
We went on to read the novel. Later, Wu Song beat Jiang mengshen drunk. This time, it's brilliant. Tan Ge is going to ask a question here. Jiang Menshen has a wife, the woman who asked Wu Song to throw into the wine jar. I don't know what these critics think. Is it the first love between Wu Song and Jiang's wife? Otherwise, Wu Song's hatred for this woman is so great that she is forced to throw it into the wine jar, or Wu Song hates Jiang's wife from love? Wu Song killed a lot of women, hoping that the critics with rich imagination will arrange these women one by one, and analyze Wu Song's sexual feelings at that time Li.
There is no denying that there is a part of pornographic culture in Chinese traditional culture. From Tang poetry and Song poetry to Ming and Qing novels, there are many pornographic works. Up to now, there is a strange theory that it seems not a good literary work to not write about things between men and women. This is also a tacit consensus among contemporary Chinese literati circles. Some famous books, such as "the Water Margin" and "are not as successful as" one of the big reasons is that there is no story about men and women in the books above. Once the secret is revealed, it's nothing new. However, the great chapters left behind by Tang poetry and Song poetry involve few men and women. It is not that there are few works written about men and women's emotions in Tang and Song Dynasty, but there are few works written well. However, some erotic novels in Ming and Qing Dynasties are not brilliant, but they have a great influence on the contemporary. This is gossip. I have.
Wusong's last resort is becoming a monk. He also lost a disability and threw an arm on the battlefield of the expedition of fangla. On this point, the writers have their own views. It is said that the reason why this arm was lost is that Pan Jinlian, his sister-in-law, touched it. So it has to be broken. I don't know what these writers think. Some of them are Wu Song's and some of them are their own emotions.
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