2 edition of Strange stories from a Chinese studio. found in the catalog.
Strange stories from a Chinese studio.
|Other titles||Liao chai ku shih|
|Statement||[Edited by] Linda Hsia and Roger Yeu|
|Series||Mirror series B -- no. 12, Mirror series B -- no. 12|
|Contributions||Hsia, Linda, Yeu, Roger|
|LC Classifications||PL2722.U2 L5215 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 151 p.|
|Number of Pages||151|
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. It was written in Classical Chinese rather than Vernacular Chinese. Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio overflows with ghosts, demons, monsters, monks, magicians, revived corpses, gods and fox-spirits [It] calls to mind a collection of mildly racy club stories or lost episodes of The Twilight Zone Fast paced, surprisingly light in tone, emotionally cool, wryly humorous—these uncanny tales, often /5(66).
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. 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. Description: Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio is a famous collection of about short stories by Pu Songling ( - ), a writer of the Qing Dynasty. Fifty-one stories are selected for this English edition. These stories cover a wide range of subjects, such as werefoxes and fish spirits and ghosts and monsters that are personified.
The story was originally titled "Huapi" (畫皮) and first appeared in Pu Songling's anthology of supernatural tales, Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio (Liaozhai) in It was first translated into English as "The Painted Skin" by the British sinologist Herbert A. Giles and was included in Author: Pu Songling. Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, Volume 2 by Songling PU ( - ), translated by Herbert Allen GILES ( - ) Genre(s): . 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 then.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated pdf stories from pdf chinese studio, it’s sometimes also called strange tales from (). The most famous English version is the one I give you the link below. Through many fantastic stories, we discover the superstitions and beliefs of ancient China, but also an insight into certain practices that are still used s: 2.
Strange Stories From a Chinese Studio (selections from Volume 1) by Songling PU _ Full Audio Book - YouTube Strange Stories From a Chinese Studio (selections from Volume 1) .Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pu, Songling, Strange stories from a Chinese studio.