Luvi Silverberg
November 11, 2022

How to Hide The Emperors Child Novel

Introduction

The novel is about an emperor whose son rebels against him, and how he has to cope with it. The novel starts from when the emperor's son is born. The emperor's wife doesn't want the child because she fears the harm her husband and her husband's senior officials will do to the boy if they have a child. The emperor is not sure what to do with his son because of the laws that say sons are supposed to be trained in war making and not raise their own families. Through a dream, the boy learns that he actually was not planned by his father, but was a gift from Heaven. When he eventually meets his father, he asks him "How did you know that I would be a great man, my lord?" and his father said in return "You seem perfect in every way." then goes on to fight against him in battle

The novel is about an emperor whose son rebels against him, and how he has to cope with it.

The novel's story is about an emperor whose son rebels against him. The emperor does not know what to do with his son, and the empress does not want the child.

The novel starts from when the emperor's son is born.

The novel starts from when the emperor's son is born. The wife of the emperor doesn't want the child because she fears the harm her husband and his senior officials will do to the boy if they have a child. She takes him to a remote place in order to hide him, but later on she regrets doing this as she realizes that it was wrong for her to leave their son alone in such a remote place.

The emperor's wife doesn't want the child because she fears the harm her husband and her husband's senior officials will do to the boy if they have a child.

The emperor's wife doesn't want the child because she fears the harm her husband and her husband's senior officials will do to the boy if they have a child.

She fears that they will kill the child, or herself and her child, so she sends him away when he is born and tells him to hide in shame his true identity until he is grown up enough to protect himself from his father's men.

The emperor is not sure what to do with his son because of the laws that say sons are supposed to be trained in war making and not raise their own families.

  • The emperor is not sure what to do with his son because of the laws that say sons are supposed to be trained in war making and not raise their own families.

  • The emperor wants his son to be happy, so he decides to let him go on vacation instead of doing the traditional training for an heir apparent.

Through a dream, the boy learns that he actually was not planned by his father, but was a gift from Heaven.

Through a dream, the boy learns that he actually was not planned by his father, but was a gift from Heaven. In this way the writer achieves his goal of showing how Emperor Qin's son is not like him at all. Even though he has been raised as an emperor's son, and had many luxuries growing up, he still has a good heart.

When he eventually meets his father, he asks him, "How did you know that I would be a great man, my lord?" and his father said in return "You seem perfect in every way." and then goes on to fight against him in battle.

The emperor's son is a great general and defeats his father's generals in battle. He is the hero of the story and has been born from heaven. The emperor's son asks him, "How did you know that I would be a great man, my lord?" and his father said in return "You seem perfect in every way."

The novel ends with the boy becoming a famous general after defeating his father's generals in battle.

The novel ends with the boy becoming a famous general after defeating his father's generals in battle. The boy goes on to become a great man and is known as the child of Heaven. He is so famous that even when he dies and people want to bury him, they can't find where his body is because it has disappeared. The emperor is proud of his son and they reconcile.

Conclusion

The novel ends with the boy becoming a famous general after defeating his father's generals in battle.