Story of the stone from Dream of the red chamber by Cao Xueqin by Linda Ching

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Published by Ten Speed Press in Berkeley, Calif .

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  • Cao, Xueqin, ca. 1717-1763. -- Illustrations.

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Statementillustrated and interpreted by Linda Ching.
ContributionsCao, Xueqin, ca. 1717-1763.
LC ClassificationsPL2727.S2 C5534 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination135 p. :
Number of Pages135
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL366276M
ISBN 101580080278
LC Control Number98026725

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