Kiinan viimeinen keisarinna



Jung Chang Vie Lukijan Mukanaan Kiinan Viimeisen Keisarinnan Cixin Loisteliaaseen Kes Palatsiin Ja Kielletyn Kaupungin Haaremiin Kirja Kuvaa Kiehtovalla Yksityiskohtaisuudella Maailmaa, Jossa Ikivanhat Traditiot Sekoittuvat Moderneihin Tapoihin.Kiinan Viimeinen Keisarinna Cixi 1835 1908 Nousi Jalkavaimon Asemasta Johtamaan Itsevaltiaana Yli Kolmannesta Maailman V Est St Cixi Ylitti Valtavia Esteit Johdattaessaan Keskiaikaisen Valtakunnan Moderniin Aikaan Cixin Valtakaudella Kiinaa Ravistelivat My S Monet Kriisit Taiping Ja Boksarikapina Sek Ranskaa Ja Japania Vastaan K Ydyt Sodat Kiinan Viimeinen Keisarinna Perustuu Vastik N Saataville Tulleisiin L Hteisiin, Kuten Hovin Arkistoihin, Kirjeenvaihtoon, P Iv Kirjoihin Ja Silminn Kij Iden Lausuntoihin.Kiinan viimeinen keisarinna

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  • Paperback
  • 524 pages
  • Kiinan viimeinen keisarinna
  • Jung Chang
  • Finnish
  • 23 July 2017
  • 9511283979

10 thoughts on “Kiinan viimeinen keisarinna

  1. says:

    I m planning on visiting China this summer provided my university accept my application because I find Chinese culture so fascinating The history is so intriguing My dissertation for my master s degree will directly address how English writers namely Ezra Pound appropriated Chinese literature and created a new form of English Poetry There s so much I want to learn, and one day I d even like to learn the language Mandarin is, after all, the most commonly spoken language on Earth This is I m planning on visiting China this summer provided my university accept my application because I find Chinese culture so fascinating The history is so intriguing My dissertation for my master s degree will directly address how English writers namely Ezra Pound appropriated Chinese literature and created a new form of English Poetry There s so much I want to learn, and one day I d even like to learn the language Mandarin is, after all, the most commonly spoken language on Earth This is a biography of one of the most infl...

  2. says:

    Empress Dowager Cixi The Concubine Who Launched Modern China by Jung Chang reads so smoothly like a novel but is strictly historical I haven t read a history book so well done in a long time Well done that keeps to the facts, not adding speculation, but adding what the what the surroundings clothing jewelry etc would look like So well done I felt like I knew the society of the times, dress, politics, dress, etc Very different culture but interesting I got this from the library and it was Empress Dowager Cixi The Concubine Who Launched Modern China by Jung Chang reads so smoothly like a novel but is strictly historical I haven t read a history book so well done in a long time Well done that keeps to the facts, not adding speculation, but adding what the what the surroundin...

  3. says:

    I grew up loving Wild Swans, and I was excited to start reading this I kept seeing it in the window of book stores, enticing me Yet the actual read of the book was often a terrible slog The prose often felt rushed, and without any real life to it.The notation system is terrible Chang never uses clearly marked footnotes or endnotes They are there, but you never know where there is a reference to a ...

  4. says:

    In total contravention to informed opinion, this author holds The Dowager Empress Cixi in awe and considers her a reformer I was looking forward to what the author of Wild Swans Three Daughters of China might have to say about Cixi I was disappointed that not much of her premise holds up The Dowager s actions, as cited in this very text, contradict the author s premise.Women s roles in history are obscured and underrated Cixi is not obscure and takes on her shoulders the centuries of tradit In total contravention to informed opinion, this author holds The Dowager Empress Cixi in awe and considers her a reformer I ...

  5. says:

    How can such an incredible life story bejustsoboring Chinese empress Cixi led a fascinating life she wielded behind the scenes power over a third of the world s population for nearly the whole length of Queen Victoria s reign she fell in love with a eunuch, survived multiple assassination plots, and was rud to have poisoned several rivals, including her adopted son And yet this biography renders her life story utterly dull like Kirsten Ellis did in Star of the Morning The Lif How can such an incredible life story bejustsoboring Chinese empress Cixi led a fascinating life she wielded behind the scenes power over a third of the world s population for nearly the whole length of Queen Victoria s reign she fell in love with a eunuch, survived multiple assassination plots, and was rud to have poisoned several rivals, including her adopted son And yet this biography renders her life story utterly dull like Kirsten Ellis did in Star of the Morning The Life and ...

  6. says:

    This was way outside of my usual reading fare I don t read a lot of non fiction and I read very few books set in China I am involved in a GR group, and we selected the Dowager Empress Cixi as an area of focus for the first part of the year, so I ended up reading this It was, unfortunately, the only book I managed to read on the topic, but it was fascinating.Dowager Empress Cixi was the last ruler from the Qing dynasty in China, and had been a concubine Imperial China seemed very strange to This was way outside of my usual reading fare I don t read a lot of non fiction and I read very few books set in China I am involved in a GR group, and we selected the Dowager Empress Cixi as an area of focus for the first part of the year, so I ended up reading this It was, unfortunately, the only book I managed to read on the topic, but it was fascinating.Dowager Empress Cixi was the last ruler from the Qing dynasty in China, and had been a concubine Imperial China seemed very strange to me, with its rigorous and occasionally nonsensical rules for everyone based upon their birth, sex and status The conflict with Japan is illuminated, and the scramble of the colonial powers for China was also handled through this very interesting biography.I d also heard of the Boxer Rebellion, but knew very little about it, so reading the sections about Cixi s ill advised and ultimately devastating efforts to use the rebellion against western attempts to seize control o...

  7. says:

    For close to forty years the Dowager Empress Cixi ruled the empire of China beginning in 1860 She is alternatively described as either pragmatic, shrewd, sensible, just and gracious or meddlesome, cunning, underhanded and selfish She is documented throughout Chinese history as a scapegoat for the turmoil inflicted from the beginning of her rule to the beginning of the Republic Research by Jung Chang has proven that is not the case Throughout her reign in the name of her adopted son, the empe For close to forty years the Dowager Empress Cixi ruled the empire of China beginning in 1860 She is alternatively described as either pragmatic, shrewd, sensible, just and gracious or meddlesome, cunning, underhanded and selfish She is documented throughout Chinese history as a scapegoat for the turmoil inflicted from the beginning of her rule to the beginning of the Republic Research by Jung Chang has proven that is not the case Throughout her reign in the name of her adopted son, the emperor, there was constant internal upheaval and rioting as well as wars with various western powers and Japan, earning China the world s contempt for a country once highly respected for its size and kindheartedness Cixi was known f...

  8. says:

    I received an Advanced Copy of Empress Dowager Cixi through goodreads.It s always a good thing to inspired by real women from history Unfortunately our history books hold few accounts of women who have impacted history or politics If you ask me, Empress Dowager Cixi ranks up there along with Queen Elizabeth I Jung Chang makes Cixi s story accessible through her no nonsense prose and seemingly thorough research One cannot help but be truly impressed with Cixi s intellect and brilliant usage I received an Advanced Copy of Empress Dowager Cixi through goodreads.It s always a good thing to inspired by real women from history U...

  9. says:

    It s factual and easy to follow, though the writing is a bit over the top in some places as far as the author s opinion but, enjoyable She was quite a woman.

  10. says:

    I started this book, carrying with me all standard anecdotal baggage one hears about the cruel old crone who loomed behind the imperial throne in the final decades of Qing dynasty China Very quickly, the author thoroughly dispelled each and every one of these clich d images Rather than acting as a bulwark against modernisation and progress, Cixi actually spent nearly every waking day in her role as Empress Dowager drawing the Chinese state into a new age whilst still maintaining its independen I started this book, carrying with me all standard anecdotal baggage one hears about the cruel old crone who loomed behind the imperial throne in the final decades of Qing dynasty China Very quickly, the author thoroughly dispelled each and every one of these clich d images Rather than acting as a bulwark against modernisation and progress, Cixi actually spent nearly every waking day in her role as Empress Dowager drawing the Chinese state into a new age whilst still maintaining its independence from European dominance The fact that this truth has for so long been obscured from the general public is owed as muc...

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