Liaozhai Zhiyi (Liáozhāi Zhìyì 聊斋志异)


Liaozhai Zhiyi ???? (Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio) is a Chinese collection of short stories famous for its many fables describing the interaction between humans and supernatural beings such as ghosts, fox-spirits, and a host of immortal creatures and spectres.

The short stories comprising the collection Liaozhai Zhiyi (Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio) were compiled and written by Pu Songling (1640–1715). Pu was born into a merchant family of modest….

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