Oriental Humour

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By Reginald Horace Blyth

Vintage and accomplished English-language paintings on jap, chinese language & Korean humor from all sessions (India isn't integrated, even though the advent describes India because the leader beginning of global humour.) one of the issues are chinese language classics and poetry, ghost tales, Liehtse, proverbs, Taoism, Zen, brief tales, Korean humor and proverbs, chinese language effect on Japan, eastern cartoon, outdated and smooth Senryu, Yanagidaru, and extra. Illustrated with a colour frontispiece, 26 particularly outstanding inserted plates (7 in color).

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