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Traditional Chinese tales, translated by Chi-Chen Wang.

New York, Greenwood Press [1968] .
ISBN 9780837107394, 0837107393

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Subjects China.
Chinese literature -- Translations into English.
Chinese literature.
Tales -- China.
Description 225 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Contents Hsü Yen's strange encounter, or lovers within a lover, by Wu Chün.--The ancient mirror, by Wang Tu.--The white monkey.--The disembodied soul, by Chʹen Hsüan-yu.--The magic pillow, by Shen Chi-Chi.--Jonshih, or The fox lady, by Shen Chi-chi.--The dragon's daughter, by Li Ch'ao-wei.--Huo Hsiao yü, by Chiang Fang.--Li Yahsien, a loyal courtesan, by Po Hsing-chien.--The story of Ying Ying, by Yuan Chen.--Hsieh Hsiaowo, or A monkey in the carriage, by Li Kung-tso.--The Kunlun slave, by P'ei Hsing.--Yinniang the swordswoman, by P'ei Hsing.--Predestined marriage, by Li Fu-yen.--Du Zizhun, by Li Fuyan.--The jade kuanyin.--The judicial murder of Tsui Ning--The flower lover and the fairies.--The oil peddler and the queen of flowers.--The three brothers.--Bibliographical note (p. [215])--Notes on the tales.
Genre Translations.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4961
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wang, Chi-Chen, 1899-2001,
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