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中國民間故事
Favourite folktales of China

Author: John Minford; Youzhi He
Publisher: Beijing, China : New World Press : Distributed by China Publications Centre (Guoji Shudian), 1983.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Here is a delightful collection of the best loved folktales from China's majority Han nationality and 12 minority nationalities ..."] --Front flap.
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Favourite folktales of China.
Beijing, China : New World Press : Distributed by China Publications Centre (Guoji Shudian), 1983
(OCoLC)620058100
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Minford; Youzhi He
OCLC Number: 10672939
Description: 202 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Golden chisel and the stone ram (a Han folktale) --
The pearl that shone by night (a Han folktale) --
The gold colt and the fire dragon shirt (a Han folktale) --
The story of a pint of flax seeds (a Han folk tale) --
"Of course" (a Han folktale) --
The magic bird (a Mongolian folktale) --
Hailibu the hunter (a Mongolian folktale) --
The bird of happiness (a Tibetan folktale) --
The story of the three genjias (a Tibetan folktale from Sichuan [i.e., Szechwan or Szechuan] province) --
Aniz the shepherd (a Uygur [i.e., Uyghur] folktale) --
The wooden horse (a Uygur folktale) --
Sister lace (a Miao folktale) --
The vulnerable spot (a Yi folktale) --
The sage Bao Luotuo (a Zhuang folktale) --
The magic moneybag (a Korean folktale) --
The long haired girl (a Dong folktale) --
The golden reed pipe (a Yao folktale) --
The king and the poor man (a Kazak folktale) --
The double-headed phoenix (a Dai folktale) --
The three heroes (a Daur folktale)
Other Titles: Favorite folktales of China.
Responsibility: translated by John Minford ; illustrated by He Youzhi and others ; introduction by Zhong Jingwen.

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"Here is a delightful collection of the best loved folktales from China's majority Han nationality and 12 minority nationalities ..."] --Front flap.

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