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    In Chapter 13 of Lloyd Alexander's novel The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen, one important event that occurs is that, while trekking towards the kingdom of T'ien-kuo with the great poet Master...

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    Master Chu is a beggar

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    No they are not. All the masters teach Jen and they help him realize that he is still in need of help and guidance before he can become king.

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    Set in China during the time of the Tang Dynasty, The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen is a wonderful adventure story where young Prince Jen travels metaphorically from innocence to experience as...

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    In Chapter 2, gifts are selected for Yuan-Ming. Six gifts are eventually decided on--six that seem odd at first: a sword, a saddle, a flute, a bowl, a box, and a kite. They are wrapped, and Prince...

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    The saddle was meant to be a gift to the king of T'ien-kuo. It was selected by Master Wu. However, Li Kwang lusted after it, and swapped it for his own saddle. Once he did, he couldn't control his...

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    Master Shu would be wearing a "cangue," which is a "heavy wooden yoke borne on the shoulders and enclosing the neck and arms, formerly used in China for punishing petty...

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    At first, "when the Adminsistrator of Benevolent Correction bolted and saeld the wooden collar, hen was raging and kicking and had to be held down."  Later, the weight of the device...

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    One good example of irony can be found in the character of the magistrate Fat-choy. Blinded by greed, he spends his entire time lusting after gold. Ironically, he ends up as a beggar. He does learn...

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