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Menshikov L. A Fragment of an Unknown “Leishu” from Tunhuang // Manuscripta Orientalia. Vol. 1, No 3, December 1995. Pp. 3-15.


Among the Chinese manuscripts of the Tunhuang collection of S. Th. Oldenburg preserved in the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences there are two fragments (No. Дх-970 and Дх-6116) which fit together, being a part of one scroll. The scroll contains 12 short stories about wonderful events, which happens to the following persons: T'ien Chen, Ts'ao Ê, Hsün Lun, Ling Che, Wei K'o, Wu Tzu-hsu, Han Hsin, Mother Chai, Yang Pao, Sun Chung, Yang Kung, Mao Pao…

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Chinese literature
the Dunhuang collection of S.Th.Oldenburg
leishu
Manuscripta Orientalia, selected papers

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