孔子传

孔子传

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出版时间:1997-01-01
出版社:外文出版社
作者:曲春礼
译者:孙海晨
书名:孔子传
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孔子传
作者简介
About the Author
Bom in Longkou of Shandong on June
1, 1937, Qu Chunli graduated from the
Department of Chinese Literature of
Shandong University in 1965. He once
served as chairman of the Jining City
People's Association for Friendship
with Foreign Countries. He is now
concurrently director of the Shandong
Intemational Cultural Exchange Center
and guest professor of Shandong
University and Qingdao University.
Since 1986 he has published Folk
Customs in the Homeland of Confucius
and Mencius, Tales of Poetic Couplets
and Inscribed Boards in the Confucius
Residence, The Life of Confucius, The
Life of Mencius and The Life of Kong
Shangren. He is working on another
historical novel.
书籍目录
Chapter One
Shuliang He Distmguishes Himself in the Battlefield;
Yan Zhengzai Gives Birth to a Long-expected Son
Chapter Two
The Stepmother Brmgs Up Her Son;
The Grandfather Teaches His Grandson
Chapter Three
Confucius Is Turned Away by a Powerful Man;
He Displays His Talents to the Lord in a Discourse on State
Affairs
Chapter Four
Confucius Becomes Keeper of Granaries and Visits the Peas-
ants;
Reappointed to Keeper of Livestock, He Punishes a Crooked
Subordinate
Chapter Five
Confucius Has His Mother Buried by His Father's Side;
He Travels a Long Distance to Study Music After a Famous
Master
Chapter Six
Confucius Starts to Take on Disciples;
Duke Jing of Qi Seeks to Enlist Real Talents into His Service
Chapter Seven
Confucius Visits Lao Zi m the Royal Capital;
He Studies Music from Chang Hong While Staying with
Lao Zi
Chapter Eight
Helped by Virtuous Ministers, Duke Zhao of Lu Escapes from
the Jaws of Death;
Receiving Timely Reinforcements Jisun Yiru Turns Defeat
into Victory
Chapter Nine
Gao Zhaozi Treats a Man of Inferior Rank with Respect;
Yan Ymg Is Jeaslous of Confucius for His Talent
Chapter Ten
Listening to Shao Music, Confucius Forgets the Taste of Meat;
Nangong Shi Comprehends His Master's Message by Recitmg
a Peom
Chapter Eleven
Confucius and His Disciples Climb Mount Tai to Broaden
Their Vision;
Tracing the Source of the Sishui River They Compare the Past
with the Present
Chapter Twelve
Jisun Yiru Exhorts His Son for the Sake of the Family;
Confucius Explains the Meanmg of the Slanting Vessel to His
Disciples in the Temple
Chapter Thirteen
Two Cousins Set a Trap by Giving a Banquet at Pu Garden;
The Lu Sovereign Sends an Expedition Against the City of
Huan
Chapter Fourteen
Yang Hu Has a Narrow Escape from Lu to Qi;
Duke Jing of Qi Fails to Satisfy the Demand of Duke Ding
of Lu
Chapter Fifteen
Confucius Governs Zhongdu Well by Punishmg Profiteers and
ElLminating Outdated Customs;
The People Build Water Conservancy Projects and Subse-
quently Enjoy a Bumper Harvest
Chapter Sixteen
Confudus Becomes Mmister of Justice and Resolves a Dispute
Between Father and Son;
He Recommends Two Disciples to Be Stewards at the Chief
Minister's House
Chapter Seventeen
Li Chu Seeks a Chance to Humiliate the Lord of Lu;
Confucius Trains the Army in Case of Emergency
Chapter Eighteen
Lu Gains a Diplomatic Victory at the Jiagu Meeting;
The Entire State of Qi Mourns Yan Ying's Death
Chapter Nineteen
On Shimen Mountain the Disciples Express Their Aspirations;
Among Apricot Trees the Master Sings to the Accompaniment
of the Zither
Chapter Twenty
The Lu Army Gains a Victory by Lurmg the Enemy Away
from His Base;
Fighting Against Overwhelmmg Odds the Rebel Troops Suffer
a Crushmg Defeat
Chapter Twenty-one
Confucius Advises the Duke of Lu to Restore the Rites of
Zhou;
Qi Uses Beautiful Maidens to Disrupt the Lu Court
Chapter Twenty-two
Wallowmg in Pleasure, Duke Ding of Lu Neglects State
Affairs;
Disappointed with the Fatuous Sovereign Confucius Leaves
His Homeland
Chapter Twenty-three
Confucius and His Disciples Arrive in the State of Wei;
The Duke of Wei and His Consort Have an Argument m the
Garden
Chapter Twenty-four
The Wanton Consort Has an Affair with a Courtier;
A Brave General of Wei Subdues a Rebellion
Chapter Twenty-five
Confucius Is Kept Under Surveillance in Wei;
He and His Disciples Are Surrounded at Kuang
Chapter Twenty-six
Confucius and His Disciples Return to Wei;
Lady Nan Zi Meets with. Confucius
Chapter Twenty-seven
Confucius Accompanies the Duke of Wei on an Excursion;
The Duke's Son Attempts to Assassinate His Mother
Chapter Twenty-eight
Master and Disciples Discuss State Affairs by the Yellow River;
Courders of Jin Compete for Control of Its Army
Chapter Twenty-nine
Father and Son Fight for the Dukedom of Wei;
Confucius and His Disciples Encounter Some Bandits
Chapter Thirty
Zi Gong Calls on a Village Woman to Learn a Secret Method;
Confudus Tells Duke Min of Chen the Origin of a Strange
Arrow
Chapter Thirty-one
Confucius Describes the Attributes of a Benevolent Man;
On his Deathbed Jisun Si Thinks of Confucius
Chapter Thirty-two
Duke Min of Chen Hunts Auspicious Animals Despite Confu-
cius' Objection;
A Wu General Is Persuaded by Confucius to Withdraw His
Invading Troops
Chapter Thirty-three
Confucius and His Disciples Starve at the Chen-Cai Boundary;
The Magistrate of She Is Impressed by Confucius' Teaching
Chapter Thirty-four
Gao Chai Redresses a Wrong;
Confucius Explains the Importance of Rectifying Names
Chapter Thirty-five
Zi Gong Defeats Bo Pi in a Verbal Battle;
Confucius Praises Zi Lu for Being a Good Official
Chapter Thirty-six
Confucius Misses His Sick Wife Back in Lu;
You Ruo Leads the Lu Army to Defeat Invaders from
Wu
Chapter Thirty-seven
Zi Gong Successfully Reclaims the Lost Land for Lu;
Lady Qiguan Longs in Vain for Her Husband's Return
Chapter Thirty-eight
You Ruo Defeats the Qi Army by Strategy;
Zi Gong Uses His Eloquence to Convince the Prmce of
Wu
Chapter Thirty-nine
Bao Mu's Army Is Routed by the Joint Forces of Lu and
Wu;
Confucius Returns to His Homeland to Meet with Duke Ai
ofLu
Chapter Forty
Confucius and His Disciples Discuss Their Political Ideals;
Min Shun Declmes to Take Office to Preserve His Purity
Chapter Forty-one
Zi Gong Is Advised to Accept His Appomtment to Magistrate
of Wenyang;
Confucius Dreams of King Jing of Zhou
Chapter Forty-two
Confucius Talks About Filial Duties;
Master and Disciples Plant Junipers m the Courtyard
Chapter Forty-three
Yan Yan Is Highly Praised for High Performance in Office;
Confucius Loses His Son and His Favorite Disciple
Chapter Forty-four
Gao Chai Tries Cases Justly;
Kong Zhong Places Trivialities over Essentials
Chapter Forty-five
Confucius Finds His Favorite Disciple in Poor Health;
Gao Chai Deals with a Difficult Case Involvmg the Duke's
Consort
Chapter Forty-six
Mi Buqi Reports to Confucius His Achievements in Office;
Yan Hui Dies of Illness in the Prime of Life
Chapter Forty-seven
Confucius Despairs of Realizing His Ideal on Seeing an Auspi-
cious Animal Shot Dead in Lu;
Kuai Kui Celebrates the Success of His Southern Expedition
with Jubilation
Chapter Forty-eight
Zi Lu Dies a Cruel Death in the State of Wei;
On His Deathbed Confucius Finds a Successor for Himself
Chapter Forty-nine
Yan Hui Ranks First Among Confucian Disciples m Virtue;
Zi Gong Stays by Confucius' Grave m Mourning for Six Years
Chapter Fifty
Confucius Receives Various Titles from Subsequent Kings and
Emperors;
The Confucian Descendants Enjoy Honor and Position in
Successive Dynasties
AFTERWORD
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