|| "Er-Pai" is a short-speech novel in the Ming Dynasty. Meng-chu Ling felt that the social atmosphere in the Ming Dynasty was corrupted. He hoped that readers would pay attention to social issues by " Er-Pai ". Therefore, the subject matter is taken from the daily life of the people and will be taken for granted by everyone on weekdays. In fact, things that are unreasonable are presented through stories. Bystanders are clear, the authorities are fascinated, and when readers break away from the role of becoming a third party, it is easier to find the root cause of the problem. In addition, the content of the story is mostly the experience of the reader's life, which can lead to the empathy of the audience, and it can bring the reader into the role. With the plot of the characters, the story is ups and downs, so that the reader can get some Inspired from it.
There are a total of seventy-eight stories in the " Er-Pai " (there are eighty, but one is repeated, one is a drama, so seventy-eight), and there are eighteen stories with sneaky sex, accounting for the total length of a quarter. One of the points. The study subjects include non-marriage sexual behaviors between men and women. Unmarried women, married women, widows, monks , Taoists, businessmen, and literati are included. Only homosexual acts, hackers and prostitutes are not included in the discussion.
Freud believes that there is a driving force behind human behavior, so the driving force of sneaky sex is the part of the second chapter of this article. I finds that in addition to the support of physiological instinct , the driving force of sneaky sex is the pursuit of power and material desire, which makes people choose to exchange benefits with the body and then steal love. In addition to the drive of desire, space isalso a key factor in the formation of smuggling behavior. The third chapter discusses the space writing in the story of " Er-Pai ", the metaphor generated by space movement, the description of the boat and the
smuggling of the boat, The fourth chapter discusses the satirical writing of " Er-Pai ". The purpose of " Er-Pai " is to improve social problems. A large number of affair plots reflect the serious situation of people's indulgence of lust at that time. Therefore, Ling Xiaochu used irony skills in the story of scams, and satirized the behavior of the characters and their results to achieve the role of enlightenment and re-establish social order. Chapter V conclusions.