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  • Paperback
  • 336
  • 多情劍客無情劍
  • Gu Long (古龙)
  • Thai
  • 02 October 2019
  • null

About the Author: Gu Long (古龙)

Paperback é 多情劍客無情劍 ePUB ✓ 多情劍客無情劍 free, 多情劍客無情劍多情劍客無情劍 PDF/EPUB古龍Xiong Yaohua Chinese: 熊耀華 June – September , better known by his pen name Gu Long, was a Chinese novelist, screenwriter, film producer and director Xiong is best known for writing wuxia novels and serials, which include Juedai Shuangjiao, Xiaoli Feidao Series, Chu Liuxiang Series, Lu Xiaofeng Series and Xiao Shiyilang Some of these works have been adapted into films and television series for numerous times In the s Xiong started his own film studio, Bao Sian, to focus on adaptations of his works He graduated from Cheng Kung Senior High School in Taipei and from the Foreign Language Department of Tamkang UniversityXiong was born on June in Hong Kong but his registered identity claimed that he was born in His ancestral home was in Nanchang, Jiangxi, China, and he lived in Hankou in his childhood He moved to Taipei, Taiwan in with his parents, who divorced in With help from his friends and using the money he earned from part time work to fund his education, Xiong graduated from the Foreign Language Department of Tamkang University He found a job in the United States Army Advisory in Taipei laterIn , Xiong published his first wuxia novel, Cangqiong Shenjian 蒼穹神劍, under the pen name Gu Long From to , Xiong published eight novels but did not achieve the results he desired He moved to Ruifang Town 瑞芳鎮 and lived there for three years, after which he changed his perspective and adopted a new writing style Between and the late s, Xiong rose to prominence in the genre of modern wuxia fiction for his works As the sole representative of excellence in the wuxia genre from Taiwan for an entire decade, Xiong was named along with Jin Yong and Liang Yusheng as the Three Legs of the Tripod of WuxiaWhile he was still in university, Xiong lived with a dance hostess, Zheng Yuexia 鄭月霞, and had a son, Zheng Xiaolong 鄭小龍, with her However, later, he started a relationship with another dance hostess, Ye Xue 葉雪, who also bore him a son, Ye Yikuan 葉怡寬 Shortly after that, Xiong met a senior middle school graduate, Mei Baozhu 梅寶珠, who became his first legal spouse and bore him his third son, Xiong Zhengda 熊正達 Xiong's extramarital affairs with other women caused him to break up with Mei laterIn the later part of his life, Xiong suffered from depression and the quality of his works declined rapidly He had to employ ghostwriters to co write many of his later works because of his ailing health He died on September at the age of due to illness wrought by alcoholism, namely cirrhosis and esophageal hemorrhage, at around pm Xiong's friends brought him bottles of XO at his funeralXiong was said to be influenced not only by wuxia fiction, but also by the works of Ernest Hemingway, Jack London, John Steinbeck and Friedrich Nietzsche His novels are usually made up of short sentences and paragraphs, and mostly dialogues between characters like a play scriptIn contrast with Xiong, other writers such as Jin Yong and Liang Yusheng take an alternative route in writing wuxia fiction, incorporating Chinese history, culture and philosophical ideas in their works Xiong initially intended to follow them but changed his decision after exposure to western works such as the James Bond series and The Godfather novels The influence of these works, which relied on the idiosyncrasies of human life, razor sharp wit, poetic philosophies, mysterious plots and spine tingling thrills to achieve success, enabled Xiong to come up with a unique way of writingsource: wikiGu Long and Khu Lung are the same person, the latter is the Hokkien pronunciation in Indonesia.



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    Paperback é 多情劍客無情劍 ePUB ✓ 多情劍客無情劍 free, 多情劍客無情劍多情劍客無情劍 PDFEPUBI have re-read this book at least 7 times.

    His imagination of wuxia universe is unique compared to other wuxia authors. If I may say so boldly, the universe on his novels are more like 19th century American Western than Ancient Chinese. This one novel is taking one more step to resemble Western: ALL of the duels are like gunfights on Western fiction. This nove

  2. C. C. says:

    Paperback é 多情劍客無情劍 ePUB ✓ 多情劍客無情劍 free, 多情劍客無情劍多情劍客無情劍 PDFEPUBGu Long is one of the most famous Kung Fu novelists, in many ways more popular than even the master himself, Louis Cha. However, I have very mixed feelings about his books. On the one hand, the stories are good, with interesting plots. I also learn quite a bit about ancient China (both poetry and culture) from his writings. And I love him for his characters (more on this later). However, Gu Long is a womanizer and a drunk, both of which are quite clearly reflected in his books (thus four instead of five stars).

    But like I said, I love his characters. His stories are rarely realistic by any stretch, but his focus on friendship is touching, if almost naive. This book is about how the main character, Li Xunhuan (literally, Li,

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    The snowstorm extends for thousands of miles, making everything seem like bright white silver.

    In this cold winter snowst

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    An excellent wuxia novel if you are interested in it. The only gripe I have with it, is that we never read about how Li XunHuan becomes such a strong martial artist, but you have to expect that from a Gu Long novel.

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    A very sad and unfortunate situations indeed!!

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