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100 passages from strange stories of Liaozhai

Pu Songling

100 passages from strange stories of Liaozhai

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Published by Shang wu yin shu guan (Xianggang) you xian gong si in Xianggang .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ghost stories, Chinese.,
  • Chinese fiction -- Qing dynasty, 1644-1912.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLiao zhai zhi yi yi bai duan
    Statementby Wong Juan = Liao zhai zhi yi yi bai duan / Wong Juan bian yi.
    SeriesYi bai cong shu
    ContributionsWang, Zhuan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 361 p. :
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23033869M
    ISBN 109620712277
    OCLC/WorldCa44122582


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In this first complete translation of the collection's stories (also known as Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio) into English, readers will encounter supernatural/5(1). Liaozhai Zhiyi (Liaozhai; Chinese: 聊齋誌異; Wade–Giles: Liao²chai¹ chi⁴yi⁴), called in English Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio or Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, is a collection of Classical Chinese stories by Pu Songling, comprising close to five hundred "marvel tales" in the zhiguai and chuanqi styles, which serve to implicitly criticise societal problems : Pu Songling.

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In this first complete translation of the collection's stories into English, readers will encounter supernatural creatures, natural disasters, magical aspects of Buddhist and Daoist.

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Shooting began in December and wrapped up in March Genre: Fantasy, adventure, romance. Other articles where Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio is discussed: Chinese literature: Prose fiction: Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio).

This collection, completed inwas reminiscent of the early literary tale tradition, for it contained several Tang stories retold with embellishments and minor changes to delineate the characters more realistically and to make the plots more.

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A Near-Death Experience in Pu Songling's Strange Stories from Liaozhai's Studio Juan S. G6mez-Jeria, Lic. University of Chile ABSTRACT: I present in this paper a tale from Pu Songling's "Strange Stories from Liaozhai's Studio." This story seems to contain the following keyAuthor: Juan S.

Gómez-Jeria. Strange Stories From a Chinese Studio, volume 1 Songling PU ( - ), translated by Herbert Allen GILES ( - ) "Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio" (or "Strange Tales of Liaozhai") is a collection of nearly five hundred mostly supernatural tales.

providing new ways of understanding the stories and their social and cultural background. This introduction will provide a brief examination of Pu Songling himself, and of the 1 Pu Songling, Liaozhai's Own Preface, in Judith Zeitlin, Historian of the Strange: File Size: 3MB. Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio (Volumes 1 and 2) Language: English: LoC Class: PL: Language and Literatures: Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania: Subject: China -- Social life and customs -- Fiction Subject: Short stories, Chinese -- Translations into English Category: Text: EBook-No.

Release Date: Sep 3. On his way for delivery, Ning Cai Chen met a beautiful woman, Xiao Qian, in the woods. She asked him to stay with her for the night and he did.

Unbeknownst /10(54). Strange Tales of Liaozhai is a well-known collection of short stories written by Pu Songlin ( AD) of the Qing Dynasty. It is said that Pu Songlin ran a teahouse outside his home, offering tea free of charge to passers-by, from whom he gathered material for the novel in return.

Liaozhai Zhiyi, called in English Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio or Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, is a collection of Classical Chinese stories. 10 “Th e Fight with the Foxes,” Giles, Strange Tales. 11 Pu Songling, Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio tr.

John Minford. London: Penguin,p. xvi. Strange Tales_INT pp 11 File Size: KB. Strange Stories From a Chinese Studio (selections from Volume 1) Songling PU ( - ), translated by Herbert Allen GILES ( - ) "Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio" or "Strange Tales of Liaozhai") is a collection of nearly five hundred mostly supernatural tales written by Pu Songling during the early Qing Dynasty.

John Minford (Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio, ); stories Wang Juan ( Passages from Strange Stories of Liaozhai, ) Zhang Qingnian, Zhang Ciyun and Yang Yi (Strange Tales from the Liaozhai Studio, 3 vols., over pp.

Beijing: People's China Publ., ). Pu Songling ( - ) collected folk tales and published of them under the title Strange Tales of Liaozhai (aka Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio).

This book contains 50 tales of human contact with supernatural creatures, including gods, ghosts, fox fairies, /5(5). Strange Tales from the Liaozhai Studio was written by Pu Songling () in the Qing Dynasty. Based on folk tales, the work is unique in the history of Chinese fiction.

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—Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, known to the Chinese as the Liao-Chai-Chih-I, or more familiarly, the Liao-Chai, has hardly been mentioned by a single foreigner without some inaccuracy on the part of the writer instance, the late Mr.

Mayers states in his Chinese Reader’s Manual, p. that this work was composed “circa A.D. ,” the. Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, or Liaozhai Zhiyi, is a collection of Classic Chinese stories by Pu Songling, comprising close to five hundred "marvel tales".Dating back to the Qing dynasty, its earliest publication date is given as Since then, many of the critically lauded stories have been adapted for other media such as film and television, including the films A Chinese Ghost.

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Here a Taoist monk conjures up a magical pear tree, a scholar recounts his previous incarnations, a woman 4/5(5). LibriVox recording of Strange Stories From a Chinese Studio (selection), volume 1, by Pu Songling.

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