Confucius, an ancient Chinese philosopher, politician, and educator, is known for his influential philosophy, which is referred to as Confucianism. Confucius' literary works are mainly reflected in two books: The Analects and The Mencius.

The Analects is a record of Confucius and his disciples' words and deeds, which includes Confucius' thoughts on ethics, morality, politics, and education. The language in The Analects is concise and profound, with high literary value.

The Mencius is a book written by Mencius, a representative figure

In addition to these two books, Confucius also wrote many famous poems and classical Chinese prose works, such as "The Death of Yan Yuan," "The Great Learning," and "The Doctrine of the Mean," which have played an important role in Chinese cultural history and have had a profound influence on future generations.