Censored by Confucius: ghost stories by Yuan Mei

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M.E. Sharpe, 1996 - Fiction - 223 pages
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"The one hundred-some stories depict the important role ghosts played in the lives of the Chinese, as well as revealing a great deal about sex, revenge, transvestism, corruption, and other topics banned by Mei's puritanical mid-Qing society". -- Reference & Research Book News.

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Louise Edwards is Professor of China Studies at the Institute for International Studies, University of Technology Sydney and Convenor of the Australian Research Council's Asia Pacific Futures Research Network. Her publications include "Men and Women in Qing China," and "Women7;s Suffrage in Asia" (2004), co-edited with Mina Roces.

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