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1. Cover image for 'The Chinese Garden as Lyric Enclave'
The Story of the Stone
Volume: 93
Chi Xiao

In this exploration of what has been called China’s greatest novel, The Story of the Stone, Xiao Chi highlights the roles of the garden, both fictional and real, to dramatize the cultural crisis of the literati in the late imperial period

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2. Cover image for 'Peony Pavilion Onstage'
Four Centuries in the Career of a Chinese Drama
Volume: 88
Catherine C. Swatek
This book explores responses to The Peony Pavilion (Mudan ting) by Tang Xianzu from three segments of this classic play’s public – literati playwrights, professional performers of Kun opera, and quite recently, directors and audiences outside China.
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Paper 2012 $30.00 Available Add Paper for "Peony Pavilion Onstage" to Cart
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Stories by Ch'en Ying-chen
Volume: 7
Ch'en Ying-chen
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Paper 2002 $21.00 Available Add Paper for "Exiles at Home" to Cart
4. Cover image for 'The Tower of Myriad Mirrors'
Volume: 1
Tung Yueh
Mixing slapstick and satire, Monkey's enlightenment offers a glimpse into late Ming intellectual history
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Paper 2000 $21.00 Available Add Paper for "The Tower of Myriad Mirrors" to Cart
Ebook 2012 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "The Tower of Myriad Mirrors"
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A Supplement to Journey to the West
Volume: 1
In this, his only novel, author Tung Yüeh (1620-1686), a Zen master, poet, and eccentric Confucian, Taoist and I Ching scholar, picks up the slapstick of the original tale of Journey to the West and overlays it with Buddhist theory of dream and desire and bitter satire of the Ming Government’s capitulation to the Manchus.
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5. Cover image for 'A Glossary of Words and Phrases in the Oral Performing and Dramatic Literatures of'
Volume: 89
Dale R. Johnson
The first resource of its kind in a Western language.
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Hardcover 2000 $70.00 Available Add Hardcover for "A Glossary of Words and Phrases in the Oral Performing and Dramatic Literatures of" to Cart
6. Cover image for 'A Guide to Chinese Literature'
Volume: 74
Wilt L. Idema and Lloyd L. Haft
A new supplement to courses on Chinese or World literature in translation.
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Paper 1997 $26.00 Available Add Paper for "A Guide to Chinese Literature" to Cart
Ebook 2017 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "A Guide to Chinese Literature"
6. Cover image for 'A Guide to Chinese Literature'
Volume: 74
Wilt L. Idema and Lloyd L. Haft
A new supplement to courses on Chinese or World literature in translation.
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 1997 $26.00 Available Add Paper for "A Guide to Chinese Literature" to Cart
Ebook 2017 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "A Guide to Chinese Literature"
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