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The Chinese Fairy Tailes

The fairy tales and legends of olden China have in common with theThousand and One Nightsan oriental glow and glitter of precious stones and gold and multicolored silks, an oriental wealth of fantastic and supernatural action. And yet they strike an exotic note distinct in itself. The seventy-three stories here presented after original sources, embracingNursery Fairy Tales,” “Legends of the Gods,” “Tales of Saints and Magicians,” “Nature and Animal Tales,” “Ghost Stories,” “Historic Fairy Tales,” andLiterary Fairy Tales,” probably represent the most comprehensive and varied collection of oriental fairy tales ever made available for American readers. There is no child who will not enjoy their novel color, their fantastic beauty, their infinite variety of subject. Yet, like theArabian Nights,” they will amply repay the attention of the older reader as well. Some are exquisitely poetic, such asThe Flower-Elves,” “The Lady of the MoonorThe Herd Boy and the Weaving Maiden”; others likeHow Three Heroes Came By Their Deaths Because Of Two Peaches,” carry us back dramatically and powerfully to the Chinese age of Chivalry. The summits of fantasy are scaled in the quasi-religious dramas ofThe Ape Sun Wu KungandNotscha,” or the weird sorceries unfolded inThe Kindly Magician.” Delightful ghost stories, with happy endings, such asA Night on the BattlefieldandThe Ghost Who Was Foiled,” are paralleled with such idyllic love-tales as that ofRose of Evening,” or such Lilliputian fancies asThe King of the AntsandThe Little Hunting Dog.” It is quite safe to say that these Chinese fairy tales will give equal pleasure to the old as well as the young. They have been retold simply, with no changes in style or expression beyond such details of presentation which differences between oriental and occidental viewpoints at times compel. It is the writer's hope that others may take as much pleasure in reading them as he did in their translation.

Fredrick H. Martens.

The Chinese Fairy Book

Chinese fairy book

Notes: The Chinese Fairy Book contains 74 Chinese folktales, sorted into several categories.

Author: Various
Editor: Dr. R. Wilhelm
Published: 1921
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York


Nursery fairy tales

1.Women's Words Part Flesh and Blood

2.The Three Rhymsters

3.How Greed for a Trifling Thing Led a Man to Lose a Great One

4.Who Was the Sinner?

5.The Magic Cask

6.The Favorite of Fortune and the Child of Ill Luck

7.The Bird with Nine Heads

8.The Cave of the Beasts

9.The Panther

10.The Great Flood

11.The Fox and the Tiger

12.The Tiger's Decoy

13.The Fox and the Raven

14.Why Dog and Cat are Enemies

Legends of the Gods

15.How the Five Ancients Became Men

16.The Herd Boy and the Weaving Maiden

17.Yang Oerlang

18.Notscha

19.The Lady of the Moon

20.The Morning and the Evening Star

21.The Girl with the Horse's Head or the Silkworm Goddess

22.The Queen of Heaven

23.The Fire-God

24.The Three Ruling Gods

25.A Legend of Confucius

26.The God of War

Tales of saints and magicians

27.The Halos of the Saints

28.Laotsze

29.The Ancient Man

30.The Eight Immortals (I)

31.The Eight Immortals (II)

32.The Two Scholars

33.The Miserly Farmer

34.Sky O'Dawn

35.King Mu of Dschou

36.The King of Huai Nan

37.Old Dschang

38.The Kindly Magician

Nature and animal tales

39.The Flower-Elves

40.The Spirit of the Wu-Lian Mountain

41.The King of the Ants

42.The Little Hunting Dog

43.The Dragon After His Winter Sleep

44.The Spirits of the Yellow River

45.The Dragon-Princess

46.Help in Need

47.The Disowned Princess

48.Fox-Fire

Ghost stories

49.The Talking Silver Foxes

50.The Constable

51.The Dangerous Reward

52.Retribution

53.The Ghost Who Was Foiled

54.The Punishment of Greed

55.The Night on the Battlefield

56.The Kingdom of the Ogres

57.The Maiden Who Was Stolen Away

58.The Flying Ogre

59.Black Arts

Historic legends

60.The Sorcerer of the White Lotus Lodge

61.The Three Evils

62.How Three Heroes Came By Their Deaths Because of Two Peaches

63.How the River God's Wedding Was Broken Off

64.Dschang Liang

65.Old Dragonbeard

66.How Molo Stole the Lovely Rose-Red

67.The Golden Canister

68.Yang Gui Fe

69.The Monk of the Yangtze-Kiang

Literary fairy tales

70.The Heartless Husband

71.Giauna the Beautiful

72.The Frog Princess

73.Rose of Evening

74.The Ape Sun Wu Kung