The Chinese Fairy Book
by R. Wilhelm
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Company 1921
Number of pages: 330
These 73 fairy tales from ancient China have a distinctive Far Eastern glow about them. Some, like "The Lady of the Moon," are exquisitely poetic. Others, such as "The Kindly Magician," are filled with black magic. All will appeal to young and old alike.
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