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Yu chai xiang / Gudu Hong zhu
玉釵香 / 孤獨紅著
Bib ID 6936981
Format BookBook
Author
Gudu, Hong
孤獨紅
 
Description Taibei : Han lin chu ban she, Minguo 68 [1979] 
台北 : 漢麟出版社, 民國68 [1979] 
2 v. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Dugu. Hong. Novels (Han lin chu ban she) 1.

孤獨紅. Novels (Han lin chu ban she) 1.

Subjects Chinese fiction.
Form/genre Martial arts fiction, Chinese
Other authors/contributors Dugu. Hong
孤獨紅

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