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9787564801311 - 蔡镇楚, 蔡静平, 作者: 蔡镇楚, 作者: 蔡静平: 中国战争诗话
蔡镇楚, 蔡静平, 作者: 蔡镇楚, 作者: 蔡静平 (?):

中国战争诗话 (2010) (?)

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ISBN: 9787564801311 (?) or 756480131X, unknown language, 382 pages, 湖南师范大学出版社, New

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《中国战争诗话》内容简介:烽火连天,硝烟弥漫,战鼓惊魂,杀声动地,血流成河,尸横遍野,胜者欢呼,败者哀嚎,残垣断壁,生灵涂炭,哀鸿千里,怨声载道……这就是战争,残酷的战争!战争是神话,是历史,也是现实。古希腊神话中的战争之神,是阿瑞斯(Ares)。他是主神宙斯的第二个儿子,蛮横凶残,好为征战,却屡战屡败。与西方神话不同,中国人不好战争,故中国神话没有塑造出自己的战神。唯有一个小哪吒,是否可以算作“战神”,还很难下定论。他是玉皇大帝部下托塔天王李靖的儿子,机智勇敢,除恶行善,帮助姜子牙,兴周灭纣。他脚踩风火轮,攻无不克,战无不胜。战争是一把剑,一支枪,一门大炮,一枚炸弹,一阵生死拼杀。古往今来,战争是一个魔物,是一把双刃剑。它制造人为的动乱与灾难,将无辜的民众投入血与火的战场;也以摧枯拉朽之势与气吞万里之力,实现改朝换代的社会变革,摧毁旧政权,建立新世界,创造文明与科技进步,推动历史的车轮滚滚前进。战争是一部史诗。中华民族发展历程中的战争,大大小小,数以千万计,展现的是一部深重的战争灾难史,也是一部创造新时代辉煌的发展史。, 平装, 版: 第1版, 标签: 湖南师范大学出版社, 湖南师范大学出版社, 产品组: Book, 出版: 2010-01-01, 工作室: 湖南师范大学出版社, 销售排名: 1593965
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Keywords: 图书, 文学, 作品集, 诗歌集, 诗歌词曲, 现当代诗歌
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ISBN (alternative notations): 7-5648-0131-X, 978-7-5648-0131-1
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