A set of historical chinese language literature with an energetic desk of contents.
""The Analects of Confucius"" by way of Confucius
""The paintings of War"" by way of solar Tzu
""Dream of the pink Chamber: e-book I"" by means of Cao Xueqin
""Dream of the crimson Chamber: booklet II"" by means of Cao Xueqin
""The Sayings of Mencius: publication I"" by means of Mencius
""The Shi-King"" by way of Confucius
""The Sorrows of Han""
""The Tao the King or The Tao and Its Characteristics"" through Lao-Tse
""The Travels of Fâ-Hien"" via Fâ-Hien
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