Censored by Confucius: ghost stories by Yuan Mei
M.E. Sharpe, 1996 - 223 páginas
The 18th-century Chinese poet, Yuan Mei, also wrote some short fiction - Censored by Confucius - which is reproduced here. The stories offer insights into the Mei's views on crime, sex, the status of women, homosexuality, miscarriage of justice, ghosts, revenge and conservative morality.
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