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Jing chai ji = Jing chai ji / [Nanyang gai bian]
荊钗记 = Jing chai ji / [南羊改编]
Bib ID 446541
Format BookBook
Author
Nan, Yang
南羊
 
Printer (1983 printing)
(1983 printing)
Description Shanghai : Shanghai wen hua chu ban she : Xin hua shu dian Shanghai fa xing suo fa xing, 1956 
上海 : 上海文化出版社 : 新華書店上海发行所发行, 1956 
60 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
Series

Xi ju gu shi.

戏剧故事.

Subjects Folk-lore, Chinese.
Also Titled

Jing chai ji.

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