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Chinesische Geister- und Liebesgeschichten (1948)

by Martin Buber

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Vorwort: Bei meinen Studien über die Dämonen-Mythen lernte ich, zuerst durch Übersetzungen, sodann durch die freundliche Unterweisung des Herrn Chingdao Wang, die chinesischen Sammlungen von Geistergeschichten und insbesondere das klassische Liao Tschai Tschih Yi kennen.
Das Wandbild: Meng Lung-tan, ein Bürger von Kiang-si, wohnte in der Hauptstadt bei einem Kü-jen namens Tschu.
Der Richter: In Ling-yang lebte ein Mann namens Tschu Erhtan, den seine Freunde Hsiao-ming nannten.
Das lachende Mädchen: In Lo-tien, in dem Bezirk Schantung, lebte ein Jüngling namens Wang Tse-fu, der in früher Kindheit den Vater verloren hatte.
Die Füchsin: Es war einmal ein junger Mann, aus I-tschau gebürtig, namens Sang Tse-ming, der in früher Kindheit verwaist war.
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Here are two famous Chinese classics in versions provided by one of the most seminal and beloved philosophers of the twentieth century, Martin Buber, first published individually in German in 1910 and 1911, but never before available in English.

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