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淮南子故事(英漢對照)(簡體書)
  • 淮南子故事(英漢對照)(簡體書)

  • ISBN13:9787212032418
  • 出版社:安徽人民出版社
  • 作者:金妤
  • 裝訂/頁數:平裝/551頁
  • 版次:1
  • 出版日:2008/07/01
  • 中國圖書分類:常用外國語
人民幣定價:69元
定  價:NT$414元
優惠價: 83344
可得紅利積點:10 點

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一部《淮南子》,萬脈云集,元素眾多,聚赤橙黃綠青藍紫的多元之氣,藏錫鉛銅汞銀鉑金之思想瑰寶。自然、政治、天文、地理、軍事、哲學、醫藥、天子之術、無所不包,無所不涉。一個學者窮其一生,從中挖掘又能有幾何?
而金妤就是默默挖掘《淮南子》的本土學者,她深深感到,《淮南子》的研究,既不能荒置于大漢,也不能封閉于思想文化人的象牙之塔,需要去剖辯、解析、升華、蒸餾。《淮南子》是弱水三千,而她則取其一瓢飲。于是,《淮南子故事》帶著淡淡的墨香,與讀者見面。
由于年代久遠,今天的讀者閱讀《淮南子》元典,難免有艱深苦澀之感。而《淮南子故一事》一書,正是用著通俗化的旗幟,挖掘《淮南子》中最精彩的內容,以故事為主要形式,加上生動的情節和鮮明的人物形象,把《淮南子》元典中豐富的傳統文化展示得淋漓盡致。
  淮南這塊沃土,誕生了文化經典《淮南子》。兩千多年的歷史長河中,它何以魅力四射,經久不衰?本書用通俗化的旗幟,挖掘《淮南子》中最精彩的內容,以故事為主要形式,把元典中提到的“言事”——“古今治亂”、“存亡禍福”和“詭異瑰奇”,用現代人習慣的語言,進行了重新的講述,讓古典借助現代元素復活,本書主要包括了名人故事、歷史故事、民間故事、神話故事、成語故事、季節故事和格言警語。從200多個故事上,我們可以感受到《淮南子》是如何“牢籠天地,博極古今”。
金妤,上個世紀六十年代生人,大學本科學歷,安徽省《淮南子》研究會副會長、安徽省作家協會理事、安徽省報告文學學會會員,現任《淮河早報》專刊副刊編輯中心主任、《淮南日報》社主任編輯。出版過長篇歷史小說《淮南國風雲》、《風聲鶴滬唳》,合著出版了《錦繡安徽·神秀淮南》。曾獲得全國和安徽省新聞類和文學類獎項十多次,作品曾入選《世界文藝博覽·中國文學卷》。
Preface
Ⅰ. Celebrity Stories
 1. Promotion of the Beneficial & Abolishment of the Harmful--Emperor Yaodi' s Stories( Ⅰ )
 2. Coarse Closing and Simple Food--Emperor Yaodi' s Stories( Ⅱ )
 3. Winning good Reputation When Taking Reign for Seven Decades--Emperor Yao- di's Stories( Ⅲ )
 4. Filial Piety, Kindheartedness, Benevolence--Emperor Shundi' s Stories
 5. Get-together with Allied Dukes in Mount Tushan--Xia Yu' s Stories( Ⅰ )
 6. Governing the Country with Five Finds of Musical Instruments--Xia Yu' s Stories( Ⅱ )
 7. Yellow Dragon Loaded On the Boat--Xia Yu's Stories ( Ⅲ )
 8. Taking Off the Clothes to Save Time--Xia Yu' s Stories ( Ⅳ )
 9. Going on a Punitive Expedition against King Jie of Xia Dynasty--King Tang' s Stories( ⅠⅣ )
 10. Praying for the Rain from the Heaven King Tang' s Stories ( Ⅱ )
 11. Encouraging Virtue and Renovating the Policy Stories of King Wen of Zhou Dynasty( Ⅰ )
 12. Keeping Ji Chang in Captivity in a Place Called Youli Stories of King Wen of Zhou Dynasty( Ⅱ )
 13. Going on an Punish Expedition against King Zhou of Shang Dynasty -- Stories of King Wu of Zhou( Ⅰ )
 14. Loving the People Stories of King Wu of Zhou( Ⅱ )
 15. Asking Yin Yi for the Administration of the Country Stories of King Cheng of Zhou
 16. Playing Three Important Roles in Different Stages Stories of Duke Zhou ( Ⅰ )
 17. Building Palace on the Taihang Mountain Stories of Duke Zhou( Ⅱ )
 18. Being Authorized with Kingdom Lu Stories of Duke Zhou( Ⅲ )
 19. Being Honored as King Su the Stories of Confucius( Ⅰ )
 20. Following Confucius' instruct the Stories of Confucius( Ⅱ )
 21. Knowing Far From Near the Stories of Confucius( Ⅲ )
 22. Reducing it When it Brims over the Stories of Confucius( Ⅳ )
Ⅱ. The Story of History
 23. Huishi Made Laws
 24. Zhao Xiangzi Knew Powerfulness and Weakness
 25. Zhao Xiangzi Gave Rewards
 26. Zhao Xiangzi Surrounded Zhongmou
 27. Zhao Xiangzi Won but Worried
 28. Zigong Ransomed People
 29. Duke Qihnan Appointed Ninqi
 30. Duke Qi and Lunbian
 31. Zihan Seized the Kingdom Song
 32. Jiu Fangyin Judged Horses
 33. King Chuzhuang Didn' t Attack the Kingdom Jin
 34. Song Jinggong Didn' t Transfer Disaster
 35. Gongsun Long Employed Skillful People
 36. Zi Fa Did Not Accept Awards
 37. Zi Fa Employed A Thief
 38. Gong Yixiu Did Not Accept Fish
 39. Sun Shuao Avoided Three Resentments
 40. Sun Shuao Asked for Qinqiu for an Award
 41. King Mu of Qin Attacked Zheng
 42. King Mu of Qin Did Not Hurt People Who Ate His Horse
 43. King Wei of Qi Set a Large Pot
 44. The Duke of Xue Presented Jade Earrings
 45. Ji Zijian Administered Darffu
 46. Zhao Wenzi Inquired Shuxiang
 47. Marquis Wen of Wei Gave a Banquet in Quyang
 48. Chun Zikun Tried to Canvass the King of Wei
 49. Ziyang in Zheng Was Keen on Punishing Others
 50. Chen Sheng Started an Army in Daze
 51. Yang Hu Injured Someone
 52. Yang Gu Presented Wine
 53. Yue Yang Ate His Son
 54. Sea, Big, Fish
 55. Chenpianzi Fled to Xue Area
 56. Ximenbao Governed Ye City
 57. Xuangao Refused to Accept the Award
 58. Zhang Mengtan Persuaded Han and Wei
 59. Yong Ji Persuaded Jinwengong
 60. Mozi Defeated Gongshuban
 61. Duan Ganmu, a Wise Man
 62. Huang Shuaiwei Kicked Chugongwang
 63. Zhibo Asked for Lands
 64. Qinxiba Released the Deer
 65. Jinxiangong Passing via Yu State
 66. Shenbaoxu Wept at the Hall of Qin State
 67. There Were Three Unpropitious Matters in the World
 68. Zigong' s Lobbying toward the Wu State
 69. Jinxiangong Got Concubine Li
 70. Shusun Being Cheated by Shuniu
 71. Lady Cai Boated
 72. King Huan' s Preference of Food
 73. Confucius Killed Shao Zhengmao
 74. Guan Zhong Earned Much Honor at the Price of Little Shame
 75. Shi Kuang Smashed His Instrument towards King Ping of Jin
 76. Prince Jian Stationed at Ch.engfu City
 77. Baigong Sheng Grabbed the State of Jing
 78. Cao Mo Led the Army for Ln
 79. Lao Tse Learned from Shang Rong
 80. Zihan Turned Down the Jade
 81. Qi was Beaten for its Power King Min Relied on
 82. Shang Yang Established the Law
 83. Wu Qi Led the Army
 84. Su Qin was Skilled in Canvassing
 85. How Qu Boyu Saved the State of Wei
 86. Zilu Died of His Braveness
 87. Yanzi Stood on His Ground
 88. Two Peaches Killed Three Men
 89. King Qi Jian had Three Extraordinary Skills
 90. When Zhou Ji Played His Zither
 91. Zhaoxuanzi Saved His Life by a Bowl of Meat
 92. How Did Yongmenzi Make Mengchangjun Weep Bitterly
 93. King Xu Yan with Benefaction
 94. King Zhuang of Chu Feels Sorrowful for Wen Wuwei' s Death
 95. Yan He of Lu StateN}kNN199
 96. Bi Gan Forced to Cut His Heart Open
 97. Bian Que Cures the Sickness
 98. Wei Wuhou Inquiring Li Ke
 99. Qiuyou is Avid of a Big Bell
 100. Weiji Asking for Punishment from Qi Huangong
 101. Qi Jiangong Releasing Power of Ruling His Country
 102. Ji Zha Appreciating Lu Music
 103. Qing Ji Died from Sharp Edge of a Sword
 104. Gao Tao As Chief Judicial Officer
 105. Duke Ling Liked Slender Waist
 106. Bai Lixi Fed Cattle
 107. Yiyin Carried Tripod
 108. Minister Zhong Knowing Strong Yue
 109. Duke Li and Duke Kan
 110. Battle of Hong River
 111. Songboji Sat to be Burned Alive
 112. Chungou Sword
 I13. Xizhong Building Vehicle
 114. Lifuji Giving a Pod of Food
Ⅲ. Folktales
 115. Marrying off One' s Daughter
 116. Man Who Likes Doing Good
 117. Qin Niuque Met the Robbers
 118. Aspirations of Crow and Magpie
 119. A Man of Qi Stole the Gold
 120. Keeping the Promise
 121. Shan Bao and Zhang Yi
Ⅳ. Fairy Tales
 122. Nuwa Mends the Sky
 123. Houyi Shoots Down the Suns
 124. Chang' e Flies to the Moon
 125. Kua Fu Chasing the Sun
 126. Gong Gong Smashed Mount Buzhou
 127. Shennong Tasted All Kinds of Plants
 128. God of Farming
 129. Conflicts Between Yellow and Yan Emperor
 130. Battle of Zhuolu
 131. Fuxi Created Trigrams
 132. Cangjie' s Creation of Characters
 133. Suiren Created the Fire
Ⅴ. Stories of Idioms
 134. Cutting the Feet to Fit the Shoes
 135. Winning Victory Without Blood
 136. Bian Heh' s Jade
 137. Marking the Boat for a Dropped Sword
 138. Draining the Pond to Get All the Fish
 139. Plugging One' s Ears While Stealing a Bell
 140. A Mantis Trying to Stop a Chariot
 141. A Repeated Slander Makes Others Believe
 142. The Old Man Lost His Horse
 143. Piled Feathers Sinks the Boat
 144. Dying Fox Putting Head to its Birthplace
 145. The Inverted Fur Coat
 146. Things Lost Can Be Found
 147. Fearing the Wolf in Front and the Tiger Behind
 148. The Hounds Are Killed Once All the Hares Are Bagged
 149. Throwing Egg against Rocks
 150. Lips and Teeth Are Exposed to Cold--Share a Common Lot
 151. Carrying Firewood to Put Out a Fire
 152. Grand Mountains ,Singing Waters
 153. Eating no Food of the Enemy
 154. Free from Old Customs
 155. Sticking to Convention
 156. Wearing Barbarian Uniform and the Use of Cavalry in Battle
 157. Carving Up an Ox
 158. Shed Blood and Loyalty
 159. Pearl of Lord Sui
 160. Playing the ""se"" with the Pegs Glued
 161. Constant Exchange of High Officials' Visit Between Two Nations
 162. Alcohol Pool and Meat Garden
 163. The Hunchback Sticks Cicadas
 164. Sanctuary from the Secular
 165. Dancing with Shields and Hammers
 166. Enjoy no Good Sleep nor Delicious Food
 167. A Disturbance Can Hurt Innocent By-standers
 168. Stopping the Boiling Water by Stirring
 169. The Fall of One Leaf Heralds the Autumn
 170. Most Lofty
 171. All Rivers Flow to the Sea
 172. Ascend a Height and Watch Your Steps
 173. Make a Feint to the East but Attack in the West
 174. Firm Armors and Sharp Weapons
Ⅵ. Seasonal Stories
 175. The First Month of Spring( the First Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 176. The Second Month of Spring( the Second Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 177. The Third Month of Spring( the Third Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 178. Tthe First Month of Summer( the Fourth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 179. The Second Month of Summer( the Fifth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 180. The Third Month of Summer( the Sixth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 181. The First Month of Autumn( the Seventh Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 182. The Second Month of Autumn( the Eighth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 183. The Third Month of Autumn( the Ninth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 184. The First Month of Winter(the Tenth Month of the Chinese Lunar Year)
 185. The Second Month of Wtinter(the Eleventh Month)
 186. The Third Month of Winter( the Twelfth Month)
Ⅶ. Maxims and Mottoes
 Appendix Ⅰ :Brief Introduction to Liu An,King of Huainan
 Appendix Ⅱ : Emperor Wu and Liu An : people holding different belief ean' t work together
 Appendix Ⅲ :Applying Wisdom to Practice and Grasping the Destiny--Stories of Wisdom in Huainanzi
 Appendix Ⅳ :Watching the Culture of Cai and Chu throughout 3000 Years
 Appendix Ⅴ :Salvaging the Memories Lost in Huaihe River

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