Chin P'ing Mei The adventurous history of Hsi Men and his six wives

By: WALEY, Arthur [introduction]

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London: Bodley Head, 1939. First UK edition. Hardback. Very good+. A translation of the abridged version by Kuhn. A classic of Chinese erotic fiction and a truly timeless comedy of manners. This book is humorous and engaging, perhaps best likened to the Decammeron in its scope of ribald escapade and incisive social insight. A fantastic book, one of my favourite classics of Chinese literature and undoubtably one of the most historically important works of erotic writing worldwide. Spine a bit browned, endpapers foxed

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