Last edited by Mikaran
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 | History

5 edition of Binu and the Great Wall found in the catalog.

Binu and the Great Wall

Su Tong

Binu and the Great Wall

The Myth of Meng

by Su Tong

  • 16 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Knopf Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction / Mythology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7695274M
    ISBN 100676978541
    ISBN 109780676978544

    Binu and the Great Wall (Canongate Myths)的书评 (全部 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 于是 重庆出版社版. Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale, the building of the Great Wall. Binu is determined to find and save her husband. Inspired by her love, she sets out on an extraordinary journey towards Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for company.

      Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale–the building of the Great Wall. Inspired by her love for her husband, Binu sets out on an extraordinary journey across Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for company/5(2). Binu wept through her hair, as she does on the day that she discovers that her husband Qiliang has disappeared. When she learns that her husband has been taken to Great Swallow Mountain, to work on the construction of the staggeringly ambitious Great Wall, she becomes determined to take a coat to him so that he can stay warm through the winter.

      The Paperback of the The Great Wall: China Against the World, BC-AD by Julia Lovell at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Binu and the Great Wall Publish your book with B&: Grove/Atlantic, Inc. Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale–the building of the Great Wall. Inspired by her love for her husband, Binu sets out on an extraordinary journey across Great Brand: Knopf Canada.


Share this book
You might also like
hydrological and chemical balance of the Big Quill Lake Basin, with a view towards economic potential

hydrological and chemical balance of the Big Quill Lake Basin, with a view towards economic potential

Geology and mineral resources of the Crossville quadrangle, Tennessee

Geology and mineral resources of the Crossville quadrangle, Tennessee

Original contributions concerning the glandular structures appertaining to the human eye and its ...

Original contributions concerning the glandular structures appertaining to the human eye and its ...

Children in the market place

Children in the market place

Costume inantiquity

Costume inantiquity

William Blake in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria

William Blake in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria

Scheduling irrigations

Scheduling irrigations

Black leaders of the reconstruction era

Black leaders of the reconstruction era

Short guide to London.

Short guide to London.

Mountain home cemetery of Kalamazoo, Mich. Its officers, act of incorporation, rules and regulations, and original purchasers of lots

Mountain home cemetery of Kalamazoo, Mich. Its officers, act of incorporation, rules and regulations, and original purchasers of lots

Annotated bibliography of publications in agricultural engineering in Australia, 1950-1965

Annotated bibliography of publications in agricultural engineering in Australia, 1950-1965

Talat pasa

Talat pasa

Binu and the Great Wall by Su Tong Download PDF EPUB FB2

Binu and the Great Wall is a retelling of the legend of Meng Jiangnu and is based during the Qin dynasty of China. The original story dealt with the suffering of the common people, a lot of whom were Binu and the Great Wall book and forced to build the Great Wall of China, a structure that still stands strong today/5.

Binu and the Great Wall Paperback – July 3, by Su Tong (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — /5(3). Binu and the Great Wall - Kindle edition by Tong, Su, Goldblatt, Howard.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Binu and the Great Wall/5(3). Binu and the Great Wall is spellbinding and shocking—a tour de force from an artist called “a writer to watch” by Kirkus Reviews and “a true literary talent” by Anchee Min.

In Peach village, crying is forbidden. But as a child, Binu never learned to hide her tears. Binu and the Great Wall, by Su Tong (English edition, Canongate U.S. ) Style and premise puzzling to Western readers.

Su Tong is the writer of the immensely depressing novel Rice, which is about poor Chinese people who make each other even more tormented than they already are, and ends more wretchedly than it novel, Binu and the Great Wall, (translated from. Then, one day, Qiliang disappears.

Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labor on a project of terrifying ambition and scale—the building of the Great Wall of China. Unwilling to live a life without him, Binu courageously decides to find and save her : Grove/Atlantic, Inc. Get this from a library.

Binu and the great wall. [Tong Su; Howard Goldblatt] -- International myths series, retelling of the myth of Meng, by the Chinese-born author of Raise the red lantern.

Through Binu's extraordinary story, Su Tong illuminates one of China's most magical. Get this from a library. Binu and the Great Wall. [Tong Su] -- "In Peach village, crying is forbidden. But as a child, Binu never learned to hide her tears.

Shunned by the villagers, she faced a bleak future until she met Qiliang, an orphan who offered her his. Editions for Binu and the Great Wall: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published. In Binu And The Great Wall, published by Random House Canada, author Su Tong has adapted a story that's been passed down from generation to generation for over 2, years that tells the story of Binu, whose husband was taken away to work on the Great Wall.

In his preface to the book, he tells us that the wonderful thing about myths are they Author: Richard Marcus. The book then follows how Binu tries to bring her husband back; who she later learns was transported very far away and forced to labor on the building of the great wall.

The novel tells of the famous Canongate myth series which has been told many times by various Chinese writers, but what captivated me was the way the author provided a. From the author of the international hit Raise the Red Lantern comes a gorgeous reimagining of the myth of the girl whose tears collapsed the Great Wall the seminal myth in Chinese culture.

Su Tong is China’s most provocative young writer. Binu and the Great Wall is spellbinding and shocking a tour de force from an artist called a writer to watch” by Kirkus Reviews and a true.

Binu and the Great Wall adds detail and context to the myth - but not much in the way of insight. Instead, there's an element of political allegory - everyone Binu meets has mutilated themselves in one way or another as a result of the tyranny they live under, and they mock Binu because her own resistance shows them up/5(6).

Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labor on a project of terrifying ambition and scale—the building of the Great Wall of China. Unwilling to live a life without him, Binu courageously decides to find and save her : Grove Atlantic.

Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale - the building of the Great Wall. Binu is determined to find and save her husband. Inspired by her love, she sets out on an extraordinary journey towards Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for company.

Synopsis This book tells a magical tale of love and hardship in ancient China, set against the backdrop of the Great Peach Village, crying is forbidden. But as a child, Binu never learnt to hide her tears. Shunned by the villagers, she faced a bleak future, until she met Qiliang, an /5(5).

Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale--the building of the Great Wall. Inspired by her love for her husband, Binu sets out on an extraordinary journey across Great.

Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale – the building of the Great Wall.

Binu is determined to find and save her husband. Inspired by her love, she sets out on an extraordinary journey towards Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for company. Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale–the building of the Great Wall.

Inspired by her love for her husband, Binu sets out on an extraordinary journey across Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for : China-Underground.

LVCY2HHGM4TG» PDF» Binu and the Great Wall Find Doc BINU AND THE GREAT WALL Canongate Books Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Binu and the Great Wall, Su Tong, This book tells a magical tale of love and hardship in ancient China, set against the backdrop of the Great Peach Village, crying is forbidden.

But as a child. Binu learns that he has been transported hundreds of miles and forced to labour on a project of terrifying ambition and scale - the building of the Great Wall.

Binu is determined to find and save her husband. Inspired by her love, she sets out on an extraordinary journey towards Great Swallow Mountain, with only a blind frog for company/5().

Part of Canongate’s much-praised Myths Series. Su Tong – best known Stateside for his novella Raise the Red Lantern, which became an Oscar-nominated film by legendary Zhang Yimou – breathes life into one of China’s oldest myths.

Binu is a devoted wife who leaves her native village to search for her missing husband, one of thousands of workers kidnapped. Published as part of The Myths series, which retells timeless classics from around the world in the words of some of the best contemporary writers, Binu and the Great Wall by Su Tong recreates a two-millennia old legend from China about a woman who travels hundreds of miles in search of her husband, who has been conscripted in the construction of the Great Wall.