Die Schlacht von Chibi (chinesisch 赤壁之戰 / 赤壁之战, Pinyin Chìbì zhī Zhàn), auch als Commons: Battle of Red Cliffs – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und. Red Cliff ist ein chinesischer Monumentalfilm von Regisseur John Woo. Der Film entstand im Währenddessen attackiert Liu Bei, dessen Abzug nur eine Finte war, Cao Caos Lager vom Land her. Der Premierminister wird zurückgedrängt. The Battle of Red Cliff (International) (working title) (English title). John Woo returns to Chinese Cinema for the highly anticipated all-star period war epic Red.
Red Cliff (Film)Oder ihr zeigt euren bekannten das „Mah-Jongg“ Kartenspiel von Ta-Te Wu „The Battle of Red Cliffs“, welches er in Essen nochmal. Red Cliff is set in ancient China. The young inexperienced Emporer allows his ambitious and dangerous general to declare war on the rebellious southern. Die Schlacht von Chibi, auch als Schlacht am Roten Felsen, genauer: Schlacht an der Roten Felswand bekannt, war eine entscheidende Schlacht im Anbruch der Zeit der Drei Reiche in China.
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Su had a very unstable career as a government official, and was exiled from court that resulted from the Wutai Poem Incident to Huangzhow in the 2nd Year of Yuan Feng This marked a turning point in his life and work, and the Former and Latter Odes to the Red Cliff were representative works from this period.
The Ode depicted Su and his friends travelling on a small boat to visit the Red Nose Cliff just outside Huangzhow city on July 16 in the 5th Year of Yuan Feng , and recalled the Battle of Red Cliff when Sun Quan won victory over the Cao army during the times of the Three Kingdoms; through this Ode, Su expressed his views about the universe and life in general.
From Su's particular reminders of "living in fear of more troubles", and "by your love for me, you will hold this Ode in secrecy", one has a sense of Su's fear as a result of being implicated in the emperor's displeasure over writings.
The entire scroll is composed in regular script, the characters broad and tightly written, the brushstrokes full and smooth, showing that Su had achieved perfect harmony between the elegant flow in the style of the Two Wang Masters that he learned from in his early years, and the more heavy simplicity in the style of Yen Zhenqing that he learned in his middle ages.
A cool wind blew gently, without starting a ripple. I raised my cup to pledge the guests; and we chanted the Full Moon ode, and sang out the verse about the modest lady.
After a while the moon came up above the hills to the east, and wandered between the Dipper and the Herdboy Star; a dewy whiteness spanned the river, merging the light on the water into the sky.
We let the tiny reed drift on its course, over ten thousand acres of dissolving surface which streamed to the horizon, as though we were leaning on the void with the winds for chariot, on a journey none knew where, hovering above as though we had left the world of men behind us and risen as immortals on newly sprouted wings.
So far, the one I yearn for, The girl up there at the other end of the sky! The notes were like sobs, as though he were complaining, longing, weeping, accusing; the wavering resonance lingered, a thread of sound which did not snap off, till the dragons underwater danced in the black depths, and a widow wept in our lonely boat.
At the time when he smote Ching. And what are you and I compared with him? Let me cling to a flying immortal and roam far off, and live forever with the full moon in my arms!
But knowing that this art is not easily learned, I commit the fading echoes to the sad wind. For if you look at the aspect which changes, heaven and earth cannot last for one blink; but if you look at the aspect which is changeless, the worlds within and outside you are both inexhaustible, and what reasons have you to envy anything?
Only the cool wind on the river, or the full moon in the mountains, caught by the ear becomes a sound, or met by the eye changes to colour; no one forbids me to make it mine, no limit is set to the use of it; this is the inexhaustible treasury of the creator of things, and you and I can share in the joy of it.
We washed the cups and poured more wine. After the nuts and savouries were finished, and the wine. The printing process was extremely careful, having particularly procured ancient editions, made corrections and annotations and cross-checked the references, as well as commissioned the famous type cutters of Nanking - Wan Xiyao and Wei Shaofeng - to cut the type.
It can be said to be the highest quality edition of the bookshop. The text was then slightly edited to seem more elegant. The illustrations identify the chapter, and on each side of the drawing is a short rhyme composed on the subject of the chapter, which are all written by literati.
The function of these rhymes is rather like a theatrical show, where antithetical couplets are used as a hint to the audience.
It is worth noting that the lines of the illustrations are energetic, the characters clearly outlined, with vivid and dynamic depictions of action, especially for those climatic chapters.
Chapter 36 "Xia Hozun Pulls Out and Eats His Eye", for example, depicted Xia Hozun being injured by a surprise attack by Cao Xing, one of Lü Pu's generals.
After he was shot in the left eye, he pulled out the eye with the arrow and called: "One must not waste any drop of blood or essence given by one's parents!
Luo Kuanzhong used exaggerated, theatrical means to depict Chen Shou's two - dimensional character - the Blind Xia Ho - as a heroic three-dimensional figure, giving the space of imagination for the readers.
It could be said to be the most popular version of the "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" in Nanking at the time. The front of the volume was entitled "Top of the Four Wonder Books", while the front page and center of the folio are both annotated "Most Brilliant Writing of Talent and Taste", showing that both titles have been adopted by bookstores in general and are used to market the books.
In fact, "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" was named "Top of the Four Wonder Books" by Li Yu of the late Ming dynasty, with the other three books, "Water Margin", "Journey to the West" and "Jin Ping Mei"; Mao Zongkang named "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" as the "Most Brilliant Writing of Talent and Taste" in imitation of the late Ming literary talent Jin Shentan's critique of the six masterpieces.
At the top it was annotated "Masterpiece lost by Jin Shengtan", and at the bottom it was impressed in red seal with the words "Published and supervised by Saoye shanfang".
Mao Lun, also known as Teyin and Shenshan, and Mao Zongkang, known as Xushi and Juean, both were native of Changzhou in Jiangsu.
This brand shows that the Saoye shangfang of Shanghai was using the most popular Mao Critique Edition, and it was the commonly seen printed edition in bookstores at the time.
This edition was in line with Li Zhuowu's practice of revising the chapters into chapters, but the main text had been edited by the Maos, not only to make the story more elegant and easier to read, but also added their own critiques and included poetry from the Tang, Song and Qing dynasties.
The main text began with the Ming poet Yang Shen's poetic phrase: "The Yantze River rolls east" from "God by the River". All readers praised this edition as being elegant and easy to read, making it the most popular edition to this date.
Literati of different eras each interpreted the historical, literary, and emotional facets of Su Shi's Red Cliff [a famous poem] in different ways.
Certain ideas of the Three Kingdoms period inspired by Su Shi's rhapsodies on Red Cliff may seem remote from actual history. Nonetheless, the land remains as before, the emotions they aroused having long since changed.
Yet each time they inspire new generations of painters and calligraphers to revisit Red Cliff and the Three Kingdoms through the medium of Su Shi, illustrating their own images and ideas on Red Cliff for posterity.
He was the most influential painter of the Wu-style during the 16th century. This scroll is based on Su Shi's "Latter Ode on the Red Cliff", and is divided into eight sections, depicting Su Shi and his two friends returning to the Red Cliff with wine and fish.
The fundamental colour of the entire scroll is light green, and although it is said to be an imitation of Zhao Boju's style, the lines and strokes visible under the paint seems transparent and more layered, appearing to be closer to the light green traditions of the literati Zhao Mengfu during the Yuan dynasty.
The visitors themselves are depicted in simplistic lines, while the mountains and rocks are stacked closely and variable, demonstrating the leisurely spirit of the literati in the face of such wondrous scenery.
The year annotated on the work is the 27th year of Jia Jing reign , and Wen was by then 79 years of age. This is clearly one of his later works.
The top of the volume was annotated by Mohui Printhouse of Hanzhou in 6th Year of Chongzhen , stating "Red Cliffs and Fucha was painted by Lan Tiensun and Sun Zizhen".
Lan and Sun are both landscape artists of the Ming dynasty. In the illustration the rapids flow between steep cliffs that seem to be implanted in the waters like a giant nose; two small fishing vessels hover by the stone cliffs.
This illustration adopts stronger and thicker strokes that are not as delicate as the "Compilations". This chapter entitled "The Sovereign and his Ministers: a Happy and Compatible Company" refers to the story of Liu Bei visiting Zhuge Liang's straw cottage three times in order to win Zhuge's cooperation, and Zhuge reciprocates by giving "Suggestions in Longzhong".
Liu Bei treated ZhuGe Liang as a most honoured guest, which attracted the disapproval of Liu's two sworn brothers, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei.
Liu Bei advised Chang and Guan not to persecuted with Zhuge. Zhuge ultimately gave his life in thanks for Liu Bei's trust. Following the battle, Liu Bei's advisor, Zhuge Liang , goes on a diplomatic mission to Jiangdong to form an alliance between his lord and Sun Quan against Cao Cao.
Sun Quan was initially in the midst of a dilemma of whether to surrender or fight back, but his decision to resist Cao Cao hardens after Zhuge Liang's clever persuasion and a subsequent tiger hunt with his viceroy Zhou Yu and his sister Sun Shangxiang.
Meanwhile, Cai Mao and Zhang Yun , two naval commanders from Jing Province, pledge allegiance to Cao Cao, who puts them in command of his navy.
After the hasty formation of the Sun—Liu alliance, the forces of Liu Bei and Sun Quan call for a meeting to formulate a plan to counter Cao Cao's army, which is rapidly advancing towards their base at Red Cliff from both land and water.
The battle begins with Sun Shangxiang leading some riders to lure Cao Cao's vanguard force into the allies' Bagua Formation.
The vanguard force is defeated by the allies but Cao Cao shows no disappointment and proceeds to lead his main army to the riverbank directly opposite Red Cliff, where they make camp.
While the allies throw a banquet to celebrate their victory, Zhuge Liang conceives a plan to send Sun Shangxiang on an espionage mission to Cao Cao's camp.
They maintain contact by sending messages via a pigeon. The film ends with Zhou Yu lighting his miniaturised battleships on a map based on the battle formation.
Sun Shangxiang has infiltrated Cao Cao's camp and is secretly noting its details and sending them via a pigeon to Zhuge Liang.
Meanwhile, Cao Cao's army is seized with a plague of typhoid fever that kills a number of his troops. Cao Cao orders the corpses to be sent on floating rafts to the allies' camp, in the hope of spreading the plague to his enemies.
The allied army's morale is affected when some unsuspecting soldiers let the plague in. Eventually, a disheartened Liu Bei leaves with his forces while Zhuge Liang stays behind to assist Sun Quan.
Cao Cao is overjoyed when he hears that the alliance has collapsed. At the same time, Cai Mao and Zhang Yun propose a new tactic of interlocking the battleships with iron beams to minimise rocking when sailing on the river and reduce the chances of the troops falling seasick.
Zhou Yu and Zhuge Liang make plans to eliminate Cai Mao and Zhang Yun and produce , arrows respectively. They agreed that whoever fails to complete his mission shall be executed under military law.
Zhuge Liang's strategy of letting the enemy shoot 20 boats covered in straw brings in over , arrows from the enemy and makes Cao Cao doubt the loyalty of Cai Mao and Zhang Yun.
On the other hand, Cao Cao sends Jiang Gan to persuade Zhou Yu to surrender, but Zhou tricks Jiang Gan into believing that Cai Mao and Zhang Yun are planning to assassinate Cao Cao.
Both Zhuge Liang and Zhou Yu's respective plans complement each other when Cao Cao is convinced, despite having earlier doubts about Jiang Gan's report, that Cai Mao and Zhang Yun were indeed planning to assassinate him by deliberately "donating" arrows to the enemy.
Cai Mao and Zhang Yun are executed only for Cao Cao to realize his folly afterwards. Sun Shangxiang returns to base from Cao Cao's camp with a map of the enemy formation.
Zhou Yu and Zhuge Liang decide to attack Cao Cao's navy with fire after predicting that a special climatic condition will soon cause the winds to blow from the southeast — a direction to their advantage.
Before the battle, Sun Quan's forces feast on rice dumplings to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Meanwhile, Zhou Yu's wife, Xiaoqiao , heads towards Cao Cao's camp alone secretly in the hope of persuading Cao to give up his ambitious plans.
She fails to convince Cao Cao and decides to distract him with an elaborate tea ceremony to buy time for her side. The battle begins when the southeast wind starts blowing in the middle of the night.
Sun Quan's forces launch their attack on Cao Cao's navy by ramming smaller boats that are set aflame into Cao's larger battleships.
On the other hand, Liu Bei's forces, whose departure from the alliance was a ruse, start attacking Cao Cao's forts on land.
By dawn, Cao Cao's entire navy has been destroyed. The allies launch another offensive on Cao Cao's ground army in his forts and succeed in breaking through using testudo formation despite suffering heavy casualties.
Although Cao Cao is besieged in his main camp, he manages to hold Zhou Yu at sword point after ambushing him with the help of Cao Hong.
Xiahou Jun also shows up with Xiaoqiao as a hostage and threatens to kill her if the allies do not surrender. Just then, Zhao Yun manages to reverse the situation by rescuing Xiaoqiao with a surprise attack, while Sun Quan fires an arrow that grazes the top of Cao Cao's head and causes his hair to be let loose.
Cao Cao is now at the mercy of the allies, but they spare his life and leave. In the final scene, Zhou Yu and Zhuge Liang have a final conversation before Zhuge walks away into the far distance with the newborn foal Mengmeng.
For the non-Asian releases, the film was shortened from minutes to minutes and was released in some countries under the title Battle of Red Cliff.
It is east of both Wulin and Chibi City across the river and Jiayu. This metropolis was incorporated by joining three cities. There is a local belief in Wuhan that the battle was fought at the junction of the rivers, southwest of the former Wuchang city, which is now part of Wuhan de Crespigny n Zhang , asserts that the Chibi battlefield was one of a set of hills in Wuchang that were levelled in the s so that their stone could be used as raw material.
The romantic tradition that originated with the 14th-century historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms differs from historical accounts in many details.
For example, Cao Cao's army strength was exaggerated to over , men. This may be attributed to the ethos of later times, particularly of the Southern Song dynasty de Crespigny The state of Shu Han, in particular, was viewed by later literati as the "legitimate" successor to the Han dynasty, so fictionalised accounts assign greater prominence than the historical records warrant to the roles of Liu Bei , Zhuge Liang and other heroes from Shu.
This is generally accomplished by minimising the importance of Eastern Wu commanders and advisors such as Zhou Yu and Lu Su de Crespigny :xi.
While historical accounts describe Lu Su as a sensible advisor and Zhou Yu as an eminent military leader and "generous, sensible and courageous" man, Romance of the Three Kingdoms depicts Lu Su as unremarkable and Zhou Yu as cruel and cynical de Crespigny , —06 29n.
Both are depicted as being inferior to Zhuge Liang in every respect de Crespigny The romances added wholly fictional and fantastical elements to the historical accounts and these were repeated in popular plays and operas.
Examples from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms include Zhuge Liang pretending to use magic to call forth favourable winds for the fire ship attack, his strategy of " using straw boats to borrow arrows ", and Guan Yu capturing and releasing Cao Cao at Huarong Trail.
The fictionalised accounts also name Zhuge Liang as a military commander in the combined forces, which is historically inaccurate de Crespigny — The modern Chibi City in Hubei province was formerly named Puqi.
In , the Chinese State Council approved the renaming of the city in celebration of the battle at Red Cliffs. Cultural festivals held by the city have dramatically increased tourism Xinhua In , a statue of prominent Song dynasty poet, Su Shi , was erected at the Huangzhou site of 'Su Dongpo's Red Cliffs' in tribute to his writings regarding Red Cliff Xinhua Former Ode on the Red Cliffs , A famous poem by Su Shi written during the Song dynasty — National Palace Museum.
Video games based on the Three Kingdoms era such as Koei 's Dynasty Warriors series, Sangokushi Koumeiden , Warriors Orochi series, Destiny of an Emperor , Kessen II and Total War: Three Kingdoms have scenarios that include the battle.
Other games utilise the Battle of Red Cliffs as their central focus. These include titles popular in Asia, such as the original Japanese version of Warriors of Fate and Dragon Throne: Battle of Red Cliffs.
A film titled Red Cliff ,  directed by John Woo , showcased the Red Cliff legacy and was a massive box-office success in China. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Sun Quan and Liu Bei decisively defeat Cao Cao in For the film also known as The Battle of Red Cliff , see Red Cliff film. Battle of Red Cliffs Part of the wars at the end of the Han dynasty Engravings on a cliff-side mark one widely accepted site of Chibi, near modern Chibi City , Hubei.
The engravings are at least a thousand years old. Date Winter of AD Northern Hemisphere Location Close to the Yangtze River , China. Precise location is debated.
Referred to as Chibi Red Cliffs , on the southern bank of the Yangtze. Conflicts at the end of the Han dynasty. Xu Chang Yellow Turbans Liang Province Eunuch massacre Dong Zhuo Xingyang Yangcheng Jieqiao Xiangyang Chang'an Fengqiu Xu Province Yan Province Jiangdong Cao Cao vs.
Red Cliffs Campaign. Changban Red Cliffs Yiling Lu Hefei Jiangling. Main article: History of the Han dynasty. See also: Red Cliffs order of battle. Retrieved 29 April Other historical accounts support this version as well.
Annotations to the text of the Records of the Three Kingdoms made nearly two centuries later by Pei Songzhi support the Fankou version, thus Xiakou appears in the main text and Fankou in the annotations.
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