Description de l'éditeur:
One of the four classic novels of ancient China, Outlaws of the Marsh tells a story from the last days of the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127). 108 impressive heroes seek shelter on Mount Liangshan and become chivalrous outlaws who often annihilate evildoers and help those in need.
This book is an abridged version of the novel and contains 36 stories that are each approximately 1,500 characters in length or shorter. All the stories are limited to the 2,500 characters required by HSK Level 5. By reading the classics, Chinese language learners can further improve their reading ability and get a better understanding of Chinese culture. In this book, each story is annotated with pinyin. A "pinyin-invisible card" is provided so that readers who want to read the stories without referring to pinyin can cover it.