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Poetry has never been so rigorous and diverse, nor has its audience been so numerous and engaged. Strong words? Not if the poets are right. As Ezra Pound wrote: ‘You would think anyone wanting to know about poetry would go to someone who knew something about it.’ That’s exactly what Bloodaxe has done with this judicious and comprehensive selection of British, Irish and American manifestos by some of modern poetry’s finest practitioners.

Opening the 20th century account with Ezra Pound, W.B. Yeats and T.S. Eliot, the book moves through key later figures including W.H. Auden, Ted Hughes, Stevie Smith and Dylan Thomas. America is richly represented too, from Robert Frost and William Carlos Williams to the influential New England poets Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop and Sylvia Plath.

Strong Words then brings the issues fully up to date with over 30 specially commissioned statements from contemporary writers including Seamus Heaney, Andrew Motion, Simon Armitage, Selima Hill, Paul Muldoon and Douglas Dunn, amounting to a new overview of the poetry being written at the start of the 21st century.

For poets and readers, for critics, teachers and students of creative writing and contemporary poetry, this is essential reading. As well as representing many of the most important poets of the last hundred years, Strong Words charts many different stances and movements, from Modernism to Postmodernism, from Futurism to the future theories of poetry. This landmark book champions the continuing dialogue of these voices, past and present, exploring the strongest form that words can take: the poem.

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Tóm Tắt Luận Án The Influence Of Folk Literature On Modern Prose And Poetry Of Tay People

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING THAI NGUYEN UNIVERSITY HA ANH TUAN THE INFLUENCE OF FOLK LITERATURE ON MODERN PROSE AND POETRY OF TAY PEOPLE Major: Vietnamese Literature Code: 62 22 01 21 SUMMARY OF DOCTORAL DISSERTATION ON VIETNAMESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE THAI NGUYEN – 2015 The dissertation was completed at: THAI NGUYEN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION – THAI NGUYEN UNIVERSITY Supervisor: Associate Professor – Doctor Luu Khanh Tho Associate Professor – Doctor Nguyen Thi Hue Reviewer 1: …………………………………………………………… Reviewer 2: …………………………………………………………… Reviewer 3: …………………………………………………………… The dissertation can be found at: 1. The National Library of Vietnam 2. The Study Materials Center – Thai Nguyen University 3. The Library of Thai Nguyen University of Education – Thai Nguyen University 1 INTRODUCTION 1. The reason for choosing the topic Throughout the history, the relationship between the folk literature and written literature has drawn the attention of many domestic and foreign scientists. The attention not only focuses on the theoretical aspect but also specific and lively actual surveys. However, it can be said that the relationship between the folk literature and written literature is truly a fruitful soil with huge potential to be exploited. In addition, because the literature of minority ethnic groups was born late, it has not been studied comprehensively and systematically. There is no doubt that the folk literature has made profound impacts on the written literature in general, and the modern prose of Vietnamese minority ethnic groups in particular. It is these impacts that create unique features and characteristics for the literary works of the minority ethnic groups. Among the ethnic groups, Tay People have the largest force of authors, many of whom have become famous and gained prizes for their works. Actually, there have been several studies focusing on the relationship between the folk literature and the modern literature of Tay authors. However, these studies have only focused on the subject from a narrow point of view and in particular works. Meanwhile, in fact, the influence of the fold literature on the modern literature of Tay People is profound and predictable. Driven by above-mentioned reasons, we choose the topic of The Influence of Folk Literature on Modern Prose and Poetry of Tay People as our study subject. We hope that our preliminary study in the dissertation can play a role in the evaluation, preservation and promoting of the values of literary works of these minority ethnic groups. 2. The subject and scope of study – The subject of study: + The novels of three following writers: Vi Hong, Trieu An, Cao Duy Son. Thung lũng đá rơi (The Valley of Falling Rocks) (1985), Vào 2 hang (Into the Cave) (1990), Phụ tình (Unfaithfulness) (1993), Đi tìm giầu sang (Seeking for Richness) (1995), Đọa đày (The Misery) (2007), Tháng năm biết nói (Talking Months and Years) (2007), Người trong ống (People in the Tube) (2007), Chồng thật vợ giả (Real Husband – Fake Wife) (2009), Đất bằng (Plane Ground) (2010), by Vi Hong; Nắng vàng bản Dao (Sunshine on Yao Villages) (2006), Nơi ấy biên thùy (There the Frontier) (2006), Dặm ngàn rong ruổi (Thousands of Miles of Travelling) (2006) by Trieu An; Đàn trời (Musical Instrument from the Sky) (2006), Người lang thang (Wanderer) (2008), Chòm ba nhà (Three Houses) (2009) by Cao Duy Son. + The poetry of Tay authors mainly is mainly generated by three following authors: Nong Quoc Chan, Y Phuong, Duong Thuan… Nong Quoc Chan produced volumes of poetry such as: Tiếng ca người Việt Bắc (The Singing of Northern Vietnamese People) (1960), Đèo gió (Windy Mountain Pass) (1968), Dòng thác (Flows of Fall) (1976), Bài thơ Pác Bó (Pac Bo Poem) (1982), Suối và biển (Stream and Ocean) (1984), Tuyển tập Nông Quốc Chấn (Nong Quoc Chan’s Best Collection) (1998)….. Y Phuong produced Người núi Hoa (People of Hoa Mountain) (1982) Tiếng hát tháng giêng (The Singing of January) (1986), Lời chúc (Wishes) (1991), Đàn then (Gourd Lute) (1996), Tuyển tập thơ Y Phương (Y Phuong’s Best Collection) (2002)…; Duong Thuan produced Cưỡi ngụa đi săn (Riding Horse for Hunting) (1991), Đi ngược mặt trời (Go against the Sun) (1995), Hát với sông Năng (Singing with Nang river) (2001), Đêm bên sông yên lặng (Nights on the silent river) (2004), Chia trứng công (Peacock Eggs Distribution) (2006)… + Studying more about the works of authors and poets of minority ethnic groups in the modern time (for comparison if necessary). – The main study scope of this dissertation includes novels and the poetry of some Tay authors. In terms of the prose, due to the limitation in time and length of a dissertation, we only focus on novels because they have large volume of contents and also because they are typical for narrative types. 3 In these novels, the style of folk culture can be felt very clearly both in terms of contents and art. Therefore, based on the analysis of the novels, we hope to seek hallmark of the prose according to the orientation of the dissertation subject. Among Tay authors, we choose Vi Hong, Trieu An, Cao Duy Son and Nong Quoc Chan, Y Phuong, Duong Thuan from the study purpose of the dissertation subject. They are sons and daughters of Tay people and have strong bonds with their homeland. They can represent the writing style and the next generation of Tay modern literature. Therefore, the hallmarks of the folk literature can always be seen in their works, whether existing or hiding deep inside the world of arts. 3. The study purposes and missions 3.1. The study purposes – To clarify the importance and unique features of the approach to the influence of the folk literature on the prose and poetry of Tay people from some literary authors. – To partly explain the influence of the folk literature on the prose and poetry of some Tay authors in the modern time in order to put forward the approach and promote the importance of traditional factors in the creation of literary works. 3.2. The study missions – To study theoretical and practical issues (in terms of the folk literature and written literature) regarding the subject. – To survey, count, analyze, compare and explain the presence of the folk aspects, serving as the materials for novels and poetry – what create the world of folk-enriched arts of Tay authors. – To partly and successfully explain the achievements and limitations of Tay authors in the using of these folk materials for their works. 4. The study methods – Based on the viewpoint of methodology, we always comply with the methodology of systematical theories in order to point out the similarities and differences between the two systems of folk literature 4 and written literature, and then on that basis, we examine to similarities and interrelation between them. – Based on the viewpoint of specific methods, we use basic methods such as statistics, general analysis, comparison and inter-field analysis to come to satisfactory scientific results. 5. The contributions of the dissertation – The dissertation has systematically analyzed the influence of the folk literature on the prose and poetry of Tay people in the modern time through several typical authors. – The dissertation has partly pointed out the origin of these folk hallmarks in Tay modern literature from the comparison with Tay folk literature and culture. – The dissertation has contributed to the identification and explanation of achievements and limitations when using the folk materials for Tay modern prose and poetry. – We hope that the dissertation will enable readers to understand, love, appreciate and objectively evaluate Tay modern prose and poetry in particular, and the prose of minority ethnic groups in general. 6. The dissertation’s structure The dissertation was presented on 163 pages of A4 size and divided into 5 parts: 4 pages of Introduction; 4 pages of Conclusion; 1 page of the list of works published by the researcher; 12 pages of reference including 195 units in Vietnamese (including 35 works published in the last 5 years); 142 pages of contents, which were divided into 3 chapters: Chapter 1: An overview about the situation of study, theoretical issues and the generalization of Tay literature (41 pages, from page 5 to page 45). Chapter 2: The influence of the folk literature on Tay modern prose (65 pages, from page 46 to page 110). Chapter 3: The influence of the folk literature on Tay modern poetry (36 pages , from page 111 to page 146). 5 CONTENTS Chapter 1: AN OVERVIEW ABOUT THE SITUATION OF STUDY, THEORETICAL ISSUES AND THE GENERALIZATION OF TAY LITERATURE 1.1. The situation of study of the influence of the folk literature on Tay prose and poetry. 1.1.1. The study of the influence of the folk literature on the written literature * From the generalization viewpoint Many researchers have tried to study the influence of the folk literature on the written literature and expressed founded opinions on this issue. A number of studies which generalize the relationship between the folk literature and written literature have been published. They are Nhà văn và sáng tác dân gian (Writers and folk works) by Chu Xuan Dien (1966); “The importance of the folk literature in the development of the people’s literature” by Dang Van Lung (1969); “Some general theoretical issues about the relationship between the folk literature and the written literature” by Le Kinh Khien (1980); “Some issues of study of the relationship between the literature and the folk literature” by Do Binh Tri (1989); “In order to study the relationship between the folk literature and the written literature” by Ha Cong Tai (1989); The importance of folk literature to Vietnamese modern prose by Vo Quang Trong (1995); “The importance of folk literature to Vietnamese modern written literature”, “Discussion on the features of folk literature in the comparison with written literature” by Nguyen Xuan Kinh (2011) The above-mentioned studies confirm the importance of folk works and point out a wide range of influence of the folk literature, prosody features and the interaction between the folk literature and the written literature 6 * From the specific study viewpoint It can be said that many scientists have surveyed, analyzed and put forward founded estimation about the relationship between the folk literature and the written literature at different levels. Many scientists have focused on the importance of folk literature to other literary genres and works of the written literature. Among these are studies such as “What do poets learn from folk-songs” by Xuan Dieu (1967); “The echoes of proverbs and folk-songs in the Quoc Am poem volume by Nguyen Trai” by Bui Van Nguyen (1980); “Ho Xuan Huong – Betel invitation poem of the tradition community and creative characteristics in the relationship between the folk literature and written literature” by Dang Thanh Le (1983); Fairy tales in the eyes of scientists by Chu Xuan Dien (1989); “The importance of folk narrative stories to the formation of types of narrative genres in Vietnamese literature” by Kieu Thu Hoach (1989); “Study about the folk style in the Chinese-transcribed Vietnamese poems by Nguyen Khuyen” by Trinh Ba Dinh (1995); Some methods to exploit the folk literature materials to apply them to Vietnamese songs” by Trinh Lan Huong (2013)]; “How to use folk idioms and proverbs in Nam Cao’s works” by Ngo Thi Thanh Quy (2014); “The folk factors in Han Mac Tu’s poems” by Nguyen Toan Thang (2014) Above-mentioned studies all focus on the relationship in a favorable direction: to find out the influence of folk literature on written literature in terms of the contents, arts and there have been scientific grounds to confirm the influence. The study in the reverse direction or the assumption that some art features of the folk literature and written literature are the principles of creation have also been mentioned in some studies such as “Classic references in Quan Ho songs’ lyrics of the Northern area of Cau river” by Nguyen Huu Son (2013); “The repeat in folk literature and the issues 7 of old volumes in written literature” by La Nham Thin (1991); The influence of Kieu Story on Vietnamese riddles” by Truong Xuan Tieu (2015) 1.1.2. Studies about the influence of the folk literature on the literature of minority ethnic groups * The relationship between the folk literature and the literature of minority ethnic groups The first one to be mentioned is The Literature of Vietnamese Minority Ethnic Groups before the Revolution of August 1945, (1981) by Phan Dang Nhat. The next one is The Folk Literature of Vietnamese Minority Ethnic Groups by Vo Quang Nhon. The most noticeable one is a theoretical and comprehensive book about The Literature of Vietnamese Modern Minority Ethnic Groups by Lam Tien (1995) * The influence of folk literature on Tay modern prose The Seminar about Vi Hong writer co-organized by the Faculty of Literature of Thai Nguyen University of Education – Thai Nguyen University and the Arts and Literature Association of Vietnam (2006) and The Seminar about Ma Truong Nguyen writer organized by the Arts and Literature Association of Thai Nguyen Province (2009) gathered a large number of articles about Vi Hong and Ma Truong Nguyen. The most noticeable ones are still theoretical reviews and comprehensive introduction about Tau literature in The Literature of Vietnamese Modern Minority Ethnic Groups by Lam Tien (1995). In addition, Cao Duy Son’s works are also introduced on public media or other source of information of culture and entertainment. To some extent, the scientific studies have focused on the natural and inevitable relationship between the folk literature and the modern literature in literary works of Tay writers. In 2011, the book The Literature of Vietnamese Minority Ethnic Groups in the modern time – Some characteristics by Tran Thu Viet Trung and Cao Thi Hao (co-chief editors) was published by the 8 Publishing House of Thai Nguyen University to readers. In this book, the authors sketched the outline of the literature of Vietnamese Minority Ethnic Groups based on the most fundamental features and introduced a number of poets and writers of these minority ethnic groups, including works which are truly typical for the culture of Tay writers * The influence of folk literature on Tay modern poetry Some authors such as Bui Van Nguyen, Ha Minh Duc, Nguyen Van Hoan, Dang Thanh Le, Phan Ngoc, Cu Dinh Tu, Hoang Tien Tuu, Nguyen Xuan Kinh, Pham Thu Yen have mentioned the influence of the folk literature on poetry and songs in general. The book The Literature of Vietnamese Modern Minority Ethnic Groups by Lam Tien; The national character in the poems of Vietnamese Modern Minority Ethnic Groups by Tran Thi Viet Trung; The dissertation Poems of Tay people from 1945 until now by Do Thi Thu Huyen are typical works focusing on the issues about the poems of minority ethnic groups and Tay people. In this works, the authors mentioned the national character and tradition in Tay modern poetry. Especially, Nong Quoc Chan – a poet, a critic and a reviewer of the culture and literature of Tay people, came up with accurate findings about the hallmarks of Phuoi Pac and Phong Slu (genres of singing of Tay people)among works of Tay poets Up to this moment, there has never been a comprehensive and systematical study on the hallmarks of folk literature in works of Tay authors. However, those previous works of other authors are truly valuable suggestions for us to carry out our study named: The influence of folk literature on modern prose and poetry of Tay people. 1.2. Some theoretical issues about the relationship between the folk literature and written literature The folk literature and written literature are two parts of the literature which have both similarities and differences in terms of the 9 time of birth, creation methods, producing and target subjects, ways of preservation In order to study the influence of the folk literature on the writing literature, it is necessary to first define the characteristics, directions and influential aspects of these two parts of the literature. The study of the hallmarks of the folk literature in the written literature and the study of the influential aspects will provide an overall and clear point of view of the relationship. In general, there are clear “folkalization” and potential influences; there are also influences that leave marks on every aspect in the world of arts or just on a number of aspects in the works. Based on the theoretical foundation and the study of the works, we found that the influence of the folk literature on the written literature mainly focuses on two aspects: the contents and the arts. 1.3. An overview about Tay people, the literature of Tay people from the tradition to the present time. 1.3.1. Brief summary of Tay people, Tay culture and society Among 54 races of Vietnamese people, Tay people are the native and oldest residents. They live on a wide area, from the Northern border area of Ha Giang Province, Cao Bang Province and Lao Cai Province down to the central part; from the Eastern border area of Quang Ninh Province, Lang Son Province, Cao Bang Province to Van Chan District of Yen Bai Province and Da Bac Province of Hoa Binh Province. Tay people live in almost every province across the country but focus mostly on the Northern mountainous provinces (from Yen Bai to Quang Ninh Province), also called as Viet Bac. Tay people have diversified and early-developed culture. Both the physical culture and mental culture possess their own unique characteristics. Within the scope of this study, we mainly focus on the written language and some forms of cultural, folk and artistic activities of Tay people. 10 By studying Tay people in the course of the history, we can partly explain their courage to improve themselves in their life, the social struggles, the righteousness and the love of other people, which are all expressed in Tay literature. 1.3.2. The literature of Tay people * The folk literature of Tay people As well as the literature of other minority ethnic groups, the literature of Tay people is made of two parts: the folk literature and the written literature. The folk literature of Tay people are fundamental, serving as the “mother literature” (said Huy Can) of all the achievements of the written literature. The folk literature of Tay people includes types of folk narrations, folk lyrical genres and other types such as proverbs and riddles Typical characteristics of the art contents In the folk narrative prose of Tay people, the subjects, characters and plots are the most important factors contributing to create the world of arts. Due to the characteristics of creativity and preservation, the plots of folk works have to be simple and easy to understand. The characters in those folk works have to be functional, consistent in their dignity, serving as an artistic statement of the ways and principles of life. In the folk poetry of Tay people, the national poem genre of 7 or 5 words per verse, images and lively symbols are the ways and tools to convey the ideas and feelings of these

Strong Words: Poet And Musician Joy Harjo Becomes The First Native U.s. Poet Laureate

Harjo will serve as the 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant until the spring of 2020. The Library of Congress created this position in 1937 to not only celebrate the art of poetry, but “to make it relatable to as many people as possible,” says Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. Other Poet Laureates have included Robert Frost and most recently, Pulitzer Prize-winner Tracy K. Smith. This past June, Hayden selected Harjo-a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation-for the role. “Joy is the perfect combination.” says Hayden, “She brings a personal history that expands on a larger history of the American experience.” And the way she integrates her poetry into jazz and Native song, Hayden says, helps broaden the definitions of “what is culture and what is art.”

Born on May 9, 1951, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Harjo grew up on the northern border of the Muscogee Creek Nation. During the 1830s, the U.S. government forced the ancestors of her Cherokee mother and Creek father from their tribal homes in the East and relocated them to what is now eastern Oklahoma. Harjo’s poems blend stories about her life with those from her deep Native roots, often reflecting on the offenses of colonialism on her people. In “For Earth’s Grandsons” from her poetry book “An American Sunrise,” for example, she writes:

However, her passion for poetry wouldn’t be awakened until she attended the University of New Mexico, where a drama and then poetry instructor showed her the power of words. Soon she was listening to poetry readings and was hooked. “I met Native poets who were writing about our lives. That shifted it for me.” She was 22 years old when the birth of her second child, daughter Rainy Dawn, inspired Harjo to write her first poem.

Harjo has since written eight books of poetry, including one of her most recognized works, “She Had Some Horses,” in 1983 and “The Woman Who Fell from the Sky” in 1994. She just published her latest poetry book, “An American Sunrise,” this past fall. She has also written a children’s book, “The Good Luck Cat,” a young adult book, “For a Girl Becoming,” and two plays. She has received numerous fellowships and awards for her writing, including the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize from the Poetry Foundation, the Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets, the PEN Open Book Award and the American Indian Distinguished Achievement in the Arts Award.

Harjo says, “I love to write. Each poem is a discovery project, getting into that space. You write towards something, even against something.” But she also says that “Writing poetry is the art of listening. You feed your ears with songs-birds songs, sounds of different winds, and learn poems, learn songs, learn different voices.”

Perhaps that is why she returned to her first love of music. In her 2012 memoir, “Crazy Brave,” Harjo says her “passage into the world of humanity” occurred through jazz, when as a young child she heard this music playing from her parents’ black Cadillac. She was entranced, yet she had to give up on music when her junior high band teacher told her she could not play a saxophone because she was a girl and her stepfather forbade her to sing. Yet, she says, “I could always hear it when I was writing poetry.”

When she was nearly 40, she began to teach herself to play a saxophone while on stage as a companion to her poetry. Many of her songs evoke beatnik scenes of coffee houses in the 1950s and 1960s, as she sometimes speaks more than sings the stanzas of her poems, punctuated by bursts of intense sounds from her sax. Other times, she integrates poetry with traditional Native songs and music. Harjo has produced five award-winning albums and appeared in venues across the United States and other countries, first with her band Poetic Justice and currently, with Arrow Dynamics. In 2009, she won a Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist of the Year.

MY MAN’S FEET

What an anchor his feet provide For his unmatched Immensability and get up againality I’ve danced behind this man in the stomp dance circle. Our feet beating rhythm together Man, woman, boy, girl, sun and moon jumper. My man’s feet are the sure steps of a father Looking after his sons, his daughters For when he laughs, he opens all the doors of our hearts Even as he forgets to shut them when he leaves And when he grieves for those he loves He carves out valleys enough to hold everyone’s tears With his feet, these feet My man’s widely humble, ever steady, beautiful brown feet.

Reprinted from “An American Sunrise: Poems.” Copyright 2019 by Joy Harjo. Used with permission of the publisher, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

Like herself, Harjo’s poetry and music are a combination of grace and grit, punctuated with a staccato beat of defiance. The weight of the issues she covers in her works does not bring her down but rather seems to move her forward. Resiliency, whether of an individual or Native culture, is a prevalent theme in her pieces, as in the poem she affectionately wrote for her husband called “My Man’s Feet” (above). She says the title of “An American Sunrise” was inspired by the strength and freshness of youth. “We all come into the world carrying dreams and hearts in our hands,” she says. “There is so much energy, you could be derailed or propelled.” But in the end, Harjo says, “It is about standing like a rock. Native people will outlast the atrocities and what this country becomes.”

Harjo has been a mentor and inspiration to many up-and-coming poets and other students. She has taught at several institutions, including at the University of California, Los Angeles, and most recently at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. However, she returned to her hometown of Tulsa to work on a variety of projects, including an anthology of Native poetry due out next year. She is also discussing making a film based on her poem “Remember” (below).

Since her appointment as the U.S. Poet Laureate, however, she has been on a whirlwind tour of speaking and other engagements to promote the art of poetry. For many, Harjo’s appointment represents a new height in recognition for all American Indian artists. “The response has been astounding,” Harjo says. “We have all these wonderful Native poets and finally, maybe, there is a door opened for Native people.”

REMEMBER

Remember the sky that you were born under, know each of the star’s stories. Remember the moon, know who she is. Remember the sun’s birth at dawn, that is the strongest point of time. Remember sundown and the giving away to night. Remember your birth, how your mother struggled to give you form and breath. You are evidence of her life, and her mother’s, and hers. Remember your father. He is your life, also. Remember the earth whose skin you are: red earth, black earth, yellow earth, white earth brown earth, we are earth. Remember the plants, trees, animal life who all have their tribes, their families, their histories, too. Talk to them, listen to them. They are alive poems. Remember the wind. Remember her voice. She knows the origin of this universe. Remember you are all people and all people are you. Remember you are this universe and this universe is you. Remember all is in motion, is growing, is you. Remember language comes from this. Remember the dance language is, that life is. Remember.

Reprinted from “She Had Some Horses: Poems.” Copyright 2008, 1983 by Joy Harjo. Used with permission of the publisher, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

Cách Xây Biệt Thự Minecraft, Tạo Modern House Trong Minecraft

Có thể nói cách xây biệt thự trong Minecraft là một thủ thuật cực khó, đòi hỏi người chơi Minecraft lâu năm có tư duy xây dựng tốt. Để xây biệt thự, Modern House trong Minecraft trước hết người chơi cần nắm được các bước cơ bản sau đây.

Trong Minecraft có rất nhiều thủ thuật cách chơi mà bạn cần phải biết từ cách ăn cho tới cách chế tạo đồ ăn … cách ăn trong minecraft tưởng chừng như đơn giản, nhưng nếu bạn chưa thực hiện bao giờ thì cũng khá khó khăn. Ngoài việc ăn và chế tạo dụng cụ xây dựng, bạn cần làm quen với cách xây biệt thự trong Minecraft. Để xây biệt thự trong Minecraft người chơi cũng mất ít nhất 20 phút nếu mới tập luyện. Vì vậy để xây dựng cả một thành phố thì kỹ năng chơi Minecraft của bạn phải thật sự siêu việt.

Bước 1: Đầu tiên người chơi cần chuẩn bị đủ các vật phẩm cần thiết, các loại gạch, đá xây, đá ốp lát, làm mái nhà …

Bước 2: Tiếp đó xây dựng các cột trụ ở các góc nhà trên khuôn móng đã được bạn tạo sẵn.

Bước 3: Sử dụng lệnh:

Vậy là bạn đã hoàn thành được các mảng tường cho khung biệt thự.

Bước 4: Tiếp đó hãy khoét các ô cửa sổ.

Bước 5: Xây dựng cổng cho ngôi biệt thự của bạn.

Bước 6: Tiếp đó khoét ô trống và đặt cửa, cùng với đó là trang trí cho cửa nhà.

Bước 7: Bắt đầu xây mái bằng cách đặt các khuôn gạch sao cho cân đối 2 bên.

Bước 8: Sử dụng gỗ lát trần nhà. Tiếp đó xây dựng mái nhà theo các khuôn gạch ở mỗi góc.

Bước 9: Tiếp tục sửa lại nhà, xây dựng thành các tầng nhà riêng biệt với gỗ lát trần nhà.

Thiết kế lại trần nhà, cửa sổ, nội thất sao cho hợp lý nhất.

Cuối cùng là trang trí phần bên ngoài để được ngôi biệt thự hoàn chỉnh.

Cách xây biệt thự trong Minecraft quả thực không đơn giản đúng không nào, các bạn khi mới tập xây dựng sẽ mất khá nhiều thời gian để tạo được một ngôi biệt thự đấy.

Đơn giản hơn cách xây biệt thự trong Minecraft đó chính là cách xây lâu đài trong game Minecraft. Bởi lẽ đây là dạng lâu đài đá nhỏ, dạng lâu đài này rất kiên cố và dễ xây dựng. Để tập luyện xây lâu đài trong Minecraft cũng như xây dựng biệt thự thì bạn nên chơi game ở chế độ Sáng tạo. Trong chế độ này bạn sẽ có các vật phẩm cần thiết để tạo các khối mà không phải tìm kiếm.

Cách chế tạo thức ăn trong Minecraft cũng rất đơn giản, và đây là nhiệm vụ bắt buộc của game thủ nếu muốn nhân vật của mình tiếp tục với các công việc dang dở, việc chế tạo thức ăn trong Minecraft không phải là quá khó cũng không phải quá dễ với mọi người chơi.

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