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Chinese folk tales
AuthorKuo, Louise
Kuo Yuan-Hsi
Pub. LocationMillbrae, Calif.PublisherCelestial Arts
Date1976Phys. Desc.175 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
LocationReading RoomCall NumberGR335.C555 1976
Louise & Yuan-Hsi Kuo ; illustrated by John Kuo.
First storyteller--Golden Sheng-- How the horse-head fiddle was created--Magic pole--Official and the hermit--New Year offerings--Beggar scholar--Iron Crutch Li and Gold Finger Wang--Will--Buddhistic prayer--Clever wife--Reward from a sparrow--Fate of the troublemaker--Buffalo and the tiger--Diplomat--How rabbits got pink eyes and long ears--Why rabbits live in burrows--Popeyed dragonfly and the earthworm--Three blind men and an elephant--Fifteen honest coins--Smell of food and jingle of coins--Stone mason--Jealous artist and the architect--How the moon and stars were created--General Ma Yuan's arrow--How the sea became salty--Silkworm--Princess' veil--One-horned ox--Maiden Liu, the songster--Ten thousand treasure mountain--Golden carp--Ungrateful ones--Bride for the River God--Tibetan envoy.
Another copy Gleeson Library.
Subject(s)Tales--China
Folklore--China
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #159
ISBN0890870748LCCN75-9082OCLC3104171