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Pu Songling (16401715) was one of the most celebrated Chinese writers from the Qing dynasty.
Well written, better than I expected. I strongly recommed it to those that like China culture.
Good presentation and nice drawings.
A very fine translation. Some of the stories may give you nightmares, others are slightly scandalous . I have taken to reading the weirdest of these Tales aloud to my family.Published 4 months ago by Ms. Dimblebee
I really enjoy the tales, they were unique and interesting. Some of them were creepy and others really funny and humorous.Published 6 months ago by WTF Did I read
If anyone wants to think about human relationships and behaviors by reading short or long stories with ancient wisdom, highly recommend this collectionPublished 8 months ago by anna koos
the best translation edition of the book so far. with the preface by Pu and lots of footnotes. better if it includes all the 500 stories.Published 9 months ago by Will
This collects dozens of stories, just a few page each, steeped in China's classical culture. Things like social structure and concubines appear, and remind the reader of the social... Read morePublished 10 months ago by wiredweird
Absolutely delightful short-short stories of the odd and curious. From 17th Century China, just a few decades before The Story of the Stone. Highly recommended.Published 11 months ago by James H. Meyer
This classical book is, first of all, a feast to the eyes, having over a hundred pictures, one for each tale, describing its content in the best Chinese tradition, depicting... Read morePublished 13 months ago by miriam ben malka
Writting a group of storys about Chinese fox folk. Pu Songling is the master of recorder stories of other spirit worlds.Published 14 months ago by Russell