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Brill Academic Publishers. 6.25 x 9.5", xiii, 421 pp., footnotes, map, bibliography of primary and secondary sources, index, cloth, Leiden, 2002. As if under the satirical magnifying glass, the Xingshi yinyuan zhuan, an anonymous traditional Chinese novel, portrays local society and provincial life in 17th century China in comic and...
Oxford University Press. 5.75 x 8.75", xv, 318 pp., 28 b/w plates, glossary, notes, bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., Delhi, 1995. This is a remarkable study of the contemporary power of a myth whose origins can be tranced back to the ancient civilizations of Europe, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and South Asia.
M.E. Sharpe. 8.5 x 11.25", 103 pp., b/w illustrations, short annotated bibliography, contributors, red cloth, New York, 1976. (o.p.; fine). An excellent introductory essay on the originality of revolutionary literature expressing the people's feelings of living in an unjust society. Included are 16 selections.
State University of New York SUNY. 6 x 9.25", xxvi, 193 pp., 10 b/w illustrations, notes after each chapter, bibliography, list of contributors, index, illustrated boards, Albany, 2007. This is the first book-length treatment in English of Three Kingdoms (Sanguo yanyi), often regarded as China’s first great classical novel. Set...