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|Statement||by MM. D"ennery and Cormon.|
|Contributions||Cormon, Fernand Anne Peistre, 1845-1924.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
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This book, written in the eighteenth century by a person well versed in the Chinese legal code, chronicles three of Judge Dee's most celebrated cases, interwoven to form a novel. A double murder among traveling merchants, the fatal poisoning of a bride on her wedding night, and an unsolved murder in a small town under Judge Dee's jurisdiction Pages: Here are three authentic 18th-century Chinese detective novels, chronicling interwoven cases solved by the celebrated historical magistrate Judge Dee in the 7th century. Includes The Case of the Double Murder at Dawn, The Case of the Strange Corpse, and The Case of the Poisoned Bride. Includes 9 illustrations, a thorough Introduction, and Appendix.
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Celebrated Cases is a fairly literal translation of the eighteenth-century novel Dee Gong An, based on cases of the real-life Judge Dee, who served as regional magistrate in the Tang Dynasty.
Van Guilik's translation was so popular, he was encouraged to write Judge Dee mysteries of his own, which are equally authentic and entertaining/5(53). A detective novel by an anonymous 18th century Chinese author The Dutch diplomat, orientalist and author Robert van Gulik () translated Dee Goong An (Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee) into English and had it published in Tokyo in /5.
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Van Guilik's translation was so popular, he was encouraged to write Judge Dee mysteries of his own, which are equally authentic and entertaining/5. The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee is an 18th-century Chinese mystery novel detailing three complex cases solved by Judge Dee (also known as Ti Jen-chieh or Di Renjie), a famous stateman who lived during the Tang dynasty in the 7th century.
Written by Callie Labrador, Piper Fox and other people who wish to remain anonymous We do not know who wrote " The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee," but the anonymous author of this Eighteenth Century Chinese detective novel gives us a great insight into the way in which the criminal justice system worked in the country at that time.
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Lone of the most celebrated historical magistrates was Judge Dee, who lived in the seventh century A.D. This book, written in the eighteenth century by a person well versed in the Chinese legal code, chronicles three of Judge Dee's most celebrated cases, interwoven to form a novel.
A double murder among traveling merchants, the fatal poisoning of a bride on her wedding night, an unsolved.
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