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First of all, the relationship between the characters of these three people is rather chaotic. Many candidates get confused as soon as they see this question. They have a feeling of "who am I, where am I, what do I want to do".
Under the test-oriented education system, extracurricular reading has been severely compressed. In fact, this also reflects that under the current test-oriented education system, the lack of culture and history has become a social phenomenon. This is also a headache for many candidates when they see this question. The reason, if you want to write this college entrance examination composition, you must first understand the relationship between these three characters.
These three people are all famous figures in the Spring and Autumn Period. Among them, Qi Huangong is one of the five tyrants of the Spring and Autumn Period, while Guan Zhong and Bao Shuya are two important figures who assist him.
I need to talk about the background of the story first. In the Spring and Autumn Period, the power of the Zhou Dynasty was much worse than before. Due to the enfeoffment system of the Zhou Dynasty, the power of the princes gradually rose. So they annexed small countries one after another to strengthen themselves. Qi Huangong, Guan Zhong, and Bao Shuya grew up in this environment.
Qi Huangong was the prince of the Qi country at the time, that is, the son Xiaobai, Bao Shuya was a businessman, and Guan Zhong was an ordinary person. How did these three people intersect?
This has to be talked about from their hub character Bao Shuya. Bao Shuya and Guan Zhong were born in childhood. They had a good relationship since childhood. Bao Shuya was a businessman and said that good brothers had money together. At that time, Guan Zhong’s family was poor and his mother wanted him. Guan Zhong followed Bao Shuya to do business together for the elderly, relying on the strength of his brothers to get into a well-off life.
However, Guan Zhong is obviously a bit innocent. Every time he makes money from doing business, Guan Zhong always takes more money. Bao Shuya never blames him for this. Instead, he understands very well that he thinks he has an old mother to raise and he takes more money for the purpose Mother. Instead, he thinks Guan Zhong is very simple and very filial.
Later, their business failed and they agreed to join the army. After being on the battlefield, Guan Zhong escaped. The soldiers around him laughed at him and looked down upon him. Only Bao Shuya supported him as always. He also explained to the surrounding soldiers that Guan Zhong ran away not because he was greedy for life and fear of death, but because he had an old mother in his family, so he ran away because he was filial and responsible.
As far as Guan Zhong is concerned, Bao Shuya is definitely his obsessive brother, and Bao Shuya can find his just cause for anything extraordinary.
Later, Bao Shuya followed the son of Qi, Xiaobai, and later Qi Huan, and Guan Zhong followed the son to rectify. Later, due to an internal rebellion in Qi, Gongzi Xiaobai and Gongzijiao both fled. At that time, Gongzijiao fled to Lu State, while Gongzi Xiaobai fled to a county in Qi State.
After a period of time, Qi's civil strife subsided. At this time, Qi was empty and the dragons had no leader. Both the son Xiaobai and the son knew that whoever returned to Qi would become the King of Qi. Because the son had fled to Lu, the distance was relatively long. As far as the distance is concerned, no matter how far he goes, it is impossible for the son to get to Qi country before the son Xiaobai. In order to be able to win by surprise, the son-jong sent Guan Zhong to kill the son-in-law Xiaobai.
Guan Zhong rode on the fast horse to chase, and successfully stopped the son Xiaobai, and shot his shoulder with an arrow. The son Xiaobai fell to the ground and pretended to be dead and escaped. Guan Zhong thought that he had completed the task, so he returned to the state of Lu to rectify his life to the son.
The son Xiaobai returned to Qi smoothly, inherited the throne, and became Qi Huangong. After ascending to the throne, the son Xiaobai vowed to take revenge and prepare to send troops to attack Lu.
But Bao Shuya thinks that this is impossible. First of all, the son Xiaobai as the successor, if he sends troops to attack the Lu country as soon as he succeeds, it will make other countries think that the son Xiaobai is a cruel monarch, and kill his brother as soon as he takes the throne. Bad opinion of him. It's better to write a letter to King Lu and ask him to secretly execute Gongzijiao. After all, the strength of Lu State is too far from Qi State, and it must be handled accordingly.
On the other hand, Bao Shuya believes that Gongzi Jie can die, but Guan Zhong beside him is indeed a talented person and should be reused. This arrow is also due to orders. Guan Zhong is not at fault. If he kills him, he will regret it. Bao Shuya asked Qi Huangong to meet Guan Zhong anyway before deciding whether to kill him.
Qi Huangong was dubious, and finally decided to meet Guan Zhong. Qi Huangong was overwhelmed by Guan Zhong's talent on the spot and asked Guan Zhong to preside over the reform of Qi State, while Bao Shuya presides over Qi's internal affairs.
Under the management of Guan Zhong and Bao Shuya, Qi became the most powerful country in the Spring and Autumn Period, and laid a solid foundation for becoming the Seven Heroes of the Warring States Period.
In fact, if you are familiar with the relationship between these three people, it is easier to write this article. And you can also find a lot of material points.
First of all, at the beginning of the meeting between Bao Shuya and Guan Zhong, Guan Zhong’s greed for money and fear of death were contrary to what we advocated for intercourse with gentlemen, but it also shows that things cannot be seen simply from the surface. The real reason behind the incident should be explored.
This question can appear in the composition questions of the college entrance examination, which also shows that our current education is not blindly advocating test-oriented education, but diversified development. The continuous "Chinese Poetry Conference" and "Chinese Idioms Conference" can also see that Chinese learning has never been forgotten, but should be rooted in our culture.