Monkey (2020)

Monkey Penguin Readers Level Written in the mid sixteenth century this Chinese legend tells of the journey of Tripitaka Monkey Pigsy and Sandy to India and all the adventures that happen on the way
  • Title: Monkey
  • Author: Michael Dean Wu Cheng'en
  • ISBN: 9780582501867
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • Penguin Readers Level 5Written in the mid sixteenth century, this Chinese legend tells of the journey of Tripitaka, Monkey, Pigsy and Sandy to India and all the adventures that happen on the way.
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    One Reply to “Monkey”

    1. I m happy to see I ve reached level 5, with no idea what that means Heaven and hell ruled by the same laws as Chinese bureaucracy, a world of monsters with amazing powers, and a few of them being enlightened in spite of themselves, a teary monk who can t do anything for himself and is yet some kind of hero, a mixture of the tao, confucious, buddhismis was an immense and immensely revealing surprise Though of what, I am not sure I always feel that in reading Chinese classics Old Mr Kao was not pl [...]

    2. Amazing read What an adventure, full of whimsy and most times satirical depiction of human follies I can see why this story is a classic.No doubt in this Penguin Reader edition the language is simplified somewhat for younger readers, but the story is left intact I enjoyed this book very much and am considering getting the unabridged version.

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