Tom: Look at the luxurious car!
Jerry: It’s no big deal, “my son will be richer”!
Tom: Why are you speaking like Mr. Q?
Jerry: I am one of the fans of Luxun.
Tom: I thought you were a fan of Mr. Q.
Jerry: I am just joking, spiritual victory is not a good one.
Tom: Luxun created such an image to satirize.
Jerry: Yes, let people "feel sad for their unfortunate, while be angry with their cowardice".
Tom: When we say the authentic literature, one is poetry; do you know what the other one is?
Jerry: Is it the novel?
Tom: No, it is prose.
Jerry: Does prose mean there is no limit of the theme?
Tom: No, prose refers to no rhythms articles in ancient times; in the modern period, it includes article except poetry, drama and novels.
Jerry: Doesn’t ancient article have to pay attention to parallelism? As the parallel prose?
Tom: Prose was popular during the Warring States Period, mainly as the historical prose.
Jerry: Oh, like "The Analects of Confucius" and "Mencius".
Tom: What is folk-song-styled-verse?
Jerry: Is it the name of a collection of poems?
Tom: Not exactly right, it is a genre of poetry.
Jerry: Oh, I see, it is part of epics.
Tom: Yes, it is characterized by a strong sense of reality.
Jerry: So, Southeast the Peacock Flies should be the most famous one?
Tom: Absolutely right, when mentioning the poem, you can imagine the story immediately.
Jerry: Yes, it is a tragedy.