Monkey: A Folk Novel of China

References

  1. ^ Anthony C. Yu, translated and edited, The Journey to the West Volume I (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977), p. 14.
  2. ^ a b In the Introduction to Waley's 1942 abridgement, Monkey, Hu Shih (1942). Introduction. Monkey (New York: Grove Press). pp. 1–5. 
  3. ^ "The Complete Monkey," New York Times, March 6, 1983
  4. ^ a b c Jenner, W.J.F. (1984). "Translator's Afterword." in trans. W.J.F. Jenner, Journey to the West, volume 4. Seventh Edition.
  5. ^ Anthony C. Yu, translated and edited, The Journey to the West Volume I (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977), p. 16, 21.
  6. ^ "The Hundred Chapter Hsi-yu Chi and Its Early Versions," Asia Major, NS I4, Pt. 2 (I968-69), reprinted in Books, Tales and Vernacular Culture: Selected Papers on China. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2005. ISBN 9004147705. [1]
  7. ^ Shi Changyu (1999). "Introduction." in trans. W.J.F. Jenner, Journey to the West, volume 1. Seventh Edition. Beijing: Foreign Languages Press. pp. 1–22.
  8. ^ here, 72 is not an assigned limit to Sun Wukong's power, but a number often used to denote infinity.
  9. ^ Pāramitā is the only son to make an appearance and to be called by name in the novel. These sons did not originally appear in Journey to the West.
  10. ^ Dong, Yue, Shuen-fu Lin, Larry James Schulz, and Chengẻn Wu. The Tower of Myriad Mirrors: A Supplement to Journey to the West. Michigan classics in Chinese studies, 1. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, 2000
  11. ^ Dong, The Tower of Myriad Mirrors, p. 5
  12. ^ Dong, The Tower of Myriad Mirrors, p. 133
  13. ^ Wu Ch'eng-en, Monkey, trans. Arthur Waley, [1943] (New York: Grove Press, 1984), preface p. 7
  14. ^ Plaks, Andrew (1997). (Review) "The Journey to the West by Anthony C. Yu." MLN, Vol. 92, No. 5, Comparative Literature. 1116–1118."
  15. ^ Paul S. Ropp, "The Distinctive Art of Chinese Fiction", in Paul S. Ropp ed., Heritage of China: Contemporary Perspectives on Chinese Civilization (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990), p. 321n.12
  16. ^ "The Journey to the West," in Barbara Stoler Miller. Masterworks of Asian Literature in Comparative Perspective: A Guide for Teaching. (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1994 ISBN 1563242575), pp. 274-275
  17. ^ Foreign Languages Press Beijing (ISBN 0-8351-1003-6, ISBN 0-8351-1193-8, ISBN 0-8351-1364-7; 1993 edition in four volumes: ISBN 978-7-119-01663-4; 2003 edition in six volumes with original Chinese on left page, English translation on right page: ISBN 7-119-03216-X)
  18. ^ a b Plaks, Andrew (1994). "Journey to the West". In Miller, Barbara S. (ed.): Masterworks of Asian Literature in Comparative Perspective. New York: M.E. Sharpe. p. 283.
  19. ^ University of Chicago Press: HC ISBN 0-226-97145-7, ISBN 0-226-97146-5, ISBN 0-226-97147-3, ISBN 0-226-97148-1; PB ISBN 0-226-97150-3, ISBN 0-226-97151-1; ISBN 0-226-97153-8; ISBN 0-226-97154-6.
  20. ^ David Lattimore, "The Complete Monkey," New York Times, March 6, 1983 [2]

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