Carl Crow
Master Kung: The Story of Confucius
July 25, 2019 Comments.. 783
Master Kung The Story of Confucius All the world has heard of the great Chinese sage Confucius but few know of Master Kung though the two characters are embodied in the same person Master Kung is the sincere lovable entirely human s

  • Title: Master Kung: The Story of Confucius
  • Author: Carl Crow
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • All the world has heard of the great Chinese sage Confucius, but few know of Master Kung though the two characters are embodied in the same person Master Kung is the sincere, lovable, entirely human scholar and gentleman who was born in the sixth century before Christ, led a blameless life, suffered disillusionment and disappointments than usually fall to the lot ofAll the world has heard of the great Chinese sage Confucius, but few know of Master Kung though the two characters are embodied in the same person Master Kung is the sincere, lovable, entirely human scholar and gentleman who was born in the sixth century before Christ, led a blameless life, suffered disillusionment and disappointments than usually fall to the lot of men, and died feeling that his life had been a failure Confucius was the creation of generations of later scholars who deified the man, interpreted his acts and sayings by methods which would justify this deification and so created an intellectual Frankenstein monster, a fleshless creature conceived and born between the covers of a textbookom the introduction

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    1. Theresa says:

      A biography of Confucius written in the 1930s by a white, middle-aged businessman and ad-excec from Missouri. That's not just a description of what this sounds like, it's what it actually-factually is.I think the author meant well, but this was just. unintentionally hilarious. When I found this, I had absolutely no idea what it was about other than just "Confucius" (thanks, title) so maybe it was funnier to me than it would (should?) have been if was expecting/hoping for something different.

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