Specifically this will be a scene from the beginning of the play, Part 1, Scene 1, The Storyteller. There will first be a brief summary of the play then a discussion as to how this particular scene fits within the rest of the play. There will then be a discussion on the historical context of the play, its author, and the scene, followed, finally, by an analysis of the scene itself, and a conclusion. The play, The Peach Blossom Fan, is a love story that also outlines the history of the downfall of the Ming Dynasty as well as the brief existence and downfall of the southern regime of the Ming prince Fu Lawall
History, Metatheater, and the Playwright on Stage in “The Peach Blossom Fan”
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In the 4th century, there was a story about a fisherman. After an exhausting day, he accidentally encountered a lovely stream full of peach trees on the shores. He followed the trace of the water, and entered an extremely narrow cave.
Fragrant Princess then sends her fan to Hou as a token of her love while she is forced to enter the palace in the acting troupe, where she is given yet another peach blossom fan from Prince Fu. At the, end, when the southern kingdom is being destroyed, both Fragrant Princess and Hou Fang-Yu find their way to the mountains, where they are reunited briefly before both realize the transitory nature of physical love and decide to join the Taoist monks. This scene, Part 1, Scene 1, The Storyteller, is not quite the beginning of the play, being only preceded by the Prologue. While the prologue advises the audience of where the play exists in reality - whether it is a history or fantasy and what time period it is in - Scene 1 advises the audience of the precise nature of the play.