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Yi jian zhi xuan zhu / Hong Mai zhuan ; Xu Yimin xuan zhu
夷坚志选注 / 洪迈撰 ; 许逸民选注
Bib ID 2203098
Format BookBook
Author
Xu, Yimin
许逸民
 
Edition Beijing di 1 ban. 
北京第1版. 
Description Beijing : Wen hua yi shu chu ban she, 1988 
北京 : 文化藝術出版社, 1988 
2, 4, 203 p. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 7503902051
Series

Li dai bi ji xiao shuo cong shu.

历代笔记小说丛书.

Subjects Hong, Mai, 1123-1202. Yi jian zhi.  |  Ghost stories, Chinese.
洪迈, 1123-1202. 夷坚志.
Other authors/contributors Hong, Mai, 1123-1202. Yi jian zhi
洪迈, 1123-1202. 夷坚志

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