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Stories to Caution the World

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. iii-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-ix
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xi-xi
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. xiii-xvi
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  1. Translators’ Note
  2. pp. xvii-xviii
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  1. Chronology of Chinese Dynasties
  2. pp. xix-xx
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  1. Title Page from the 1624 Edition
  2. pp. 3-3
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  1. Preface to the 1624 Edition
  2. pp. 5-6
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  1. 1. Yu Boya Smashes His Zither in Gratitude to an Appreciative Friend
  2. pp. 7-20
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  1. 2. Zhuang Zhou Drums on a Bowl and Attains the Great Dao
  2. pp. 21-32
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  1. 3. Three Times Wang Anshi Tries to Baffle Academician Su
  2. pp. 33-49
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  1. 4. In the Hall Halfway-up-the-Hill, the Stubborn One Dies of Grief
  2. pp. 50-65
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  1. 5. Lü Yu Returns the Silver and Brings about Family Reunion
  2. pp. 66-78
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  1. 6. Yu Liang Writes Poems and Wins Recognition from the Emperor
  2. pp. 79-97
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  1. 7. Chen Kechang Becomes an Immortal during the Dragon Boat Festival
  2. pp. 98-108
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  1. 8. Artisan Cui’s Love Is Cursed in Life and in Death
  2. pp. 109-123
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  1. 9. “Li the Banished Immortal” Writes in Drunkenness to Impress the Barbarians
  2. pp. 124-141
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  1. 10. Secretary Qian Leaves Poems on the Swallow Tower
  2. pp. 142-152
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  1. 11. A Shirt Reunites Magistrate Su with His Family
  2. pp. 153-185
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  1. 12. A Double Mirror Brings Fan the Loach and His Wife Together Again
  2. pp. 186-197
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  1. 13. Judge Bao Solves a Case through a GhostThat Appeared Thrice
  2. pp. 198-211
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  1. 14. A Mangy Priest Exorcises a Den of Ghosts
  2. pp. 212-225
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  1. 15. Clerk Jin Rewards Xiutong with a Pretty Maidservant
  2. pp. 226-249
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  1. 16. The Young Lady Gives the Young Man a Gift of Money
  2. pp. 250-260
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  1. 17. The Luckless Scholar Rises Suddenly in Life
  2. pp. 261-275
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  1. 18. A Former Protégé Repays His Patron unto the Third Generation
  2. pp. 276-289
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  1. 19. With a White Falcon, Young Master Cui Brings an Evil Spirit upon Himself
  2. pp. 290-303
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  1. 20. The Golden Eel Brings Calamity to Officer Ji
  2. pp. 304-318
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  1. 21. Emperor Taizu Escorts Jinniang on a One-Thousand-Li Journey
  2. pp. 319-340
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  1. 22. Young Mr. Song Reunites with His Family by Means of a Tattered Felt Hat
  2. pp. 341-363
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  1. 23. Mr. Le Junior Searches for His Wife at the Risk of His Life
  2. pp. 364-376
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  1. 24. Yutangchun Reunites with Her Husband in Her Distress
  2. pp. 377-422
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  1. 25. Squire Gui Repents at the Last Moment
  2. pp. 423-449
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  1. 26. Scholar Tang Gains a Wife after One Smile
  2. pp. 450-462
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  1. 27. Fake Immortals Throw Guanghua Temple into an Uproar
  2. pp. 463-473
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  1. 28. Madam White Is Kept Forever under the Thunder Peak Tower
  2. pp. 474-505
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  1. 29. Zhang Hao Meets Yingying at Lingering Fragrance Pavilion
  2. pp. 506-518
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  1. 30. Wu Qing Meets Ai’ai by Golden Bright Pond
  2. pp. 519-533
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  1. 31. Zhao Chun’er Restores Prosperity to the Cao Farmstead
  2. pp. 534-546
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  1. 32. Du Shiniang Sinks Her Jewel Box in Anger
  2. pp. 547-565
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  1. 33. Qiao Yanjie’s Concubine Ruins the Family
  2. pp. 566-581
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  1. 34. Wang Jiaoluan’s One Hundred Years of Sorrow
  2. pp. 582-606
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  1. 35. Prefect Kuang Solves the Case of the Dead Baby
  2. pp. 607-621
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  1. 36. The King of the Honey Locust Grove Assumes Human Shape
  2. pp. 622-634
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  1. 37. Wan Xiuniang Takes Revenge through Toy Pavilions
  2. pp. 635-648
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  1. 38. Jiang Shuzhen Dies in Fulfillment of a Love Bird Prophecy
  2. pp. 649-661
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  1. 39. The Stars of Fortune, Rank, and Longevity Return to Heaven
  2. pp. 662-672
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  1. 40. An Iron Tree at Jingyang Palace Subdues Demons
  2. pp. 673-744
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  1. Notes
  2. pp. 745-771
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