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  • Iron Ox

Iron Ox

Part Four of The Marshes of Mount Liang by Shi Nai'an and Luo Guanzhong

Translated by John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young

English , 2002/01 The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press

Tags: Literature

213 x 140 mm , 484pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-201-989-8

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Iron Ox contains chapters 63-90 of the original and can be divided into four main sections. The first of these is very much concerned with the question of the leadership on Mount Liang. Iron Ox is prominent in the second section, probably the most varied and entertaining part of this volume. The third section is concerned with the count's various attempts to subdue Mount Liang by force or win them over with an amnesty. The fourth section begins with the granting of the amnesty and the first campaign in the Emperor's service against the Liao Tartars. This part ends with an encounter which foreshadows the campaign against tian Hu in Volume 5, The Scattered Flock.

John Dent-Young graduated from Cambridge University and has taught at universities in Burma, Spain and Thailand and at the University of Bath. He is a writer and translator now working from his home in England.

Alex Dent-Young graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies at London University and University of Chicagp. He is now lives in London.

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