8 edition of Robert van Gulik found in the catalog.
|Statement||Janwillem Van de Wetering ; introduction by Arthur P. Yin.|
|LC Classifications||PT5838.G9 Z94 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||98015703|
Van Gulik, Robert [postscript by Janwillem Van de Wetering] [cover design by William L. McMillan] Published by [Dennis McMillan Publications], [Miami Beach] () ISBN ISBN Robert van Gulik, author of Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
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Robert van Gulik managed in these books to take us to a world that we would never have discovered on our own. It is a world you won’t easily forget. Readers & Book Lovers Series Schedule. DAY. Robert van Gulik (–67) was a Dutch diplomat and an authority on Chinese history and many works include sixteen Judge Dee mysteries, a study of the gibbon in China, and two books on the Chinese lute.
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The Judge Dee series written by Robert Van Gulik consists of 17 books in total, which were released between the years and One of the initial books of this series is titled as ‘The Chinese Gold Murder’.
It was published by the Harper Perennial inafter being initially published in Robert Hans van Gulik was a Dutch diplomat best known for his Judge Dee stories.
His first published book, The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee, was a translation of an eighteenth-century Chinese murder mystery by an unknown author; he went on to write new mysteries for Judge Dee, a character based on a historical figure from the seventh century. He also wrote /5. of results for Books: Robert van Gulik.
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He is best known for his series of historical mysteries featuring Judge Dee, inspired by an 18th-Century Chinese detective novel. His first original novel was completed inthe book was titled The Chinese Maze Murders. Looking for books by Robert van Gulik.
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In chronological order ( - ) See also Judge Dee (publication order). Inspired by an anonymous 18th century Chinese novel (literally, Four Great Strange Cases of Empress Wu s Reign), translated by Van Gulik as Dee Goong An (), APA. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Robert Van Gulik books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Robert Van Gulik began his Judge Dee Mysteries series with the translation of Dee Goong An, entitled Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee, which was published in The series lasted a total of 17 books (including the translation), concluding with Poets and Murder in Judge Dee (or Judge Di) is the hero of Robert van Gulik’s “Judge Dee” series.
These fictional novels deal with cases in ancient China, all solved by the upright Judge Dee (note: in ancient Chinese crime stories, judges are often in the role of the detective.). The emperor's pearl: A Chinese detective story (Warner paperback library) by Robert Hans van Gulik and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Robert Van Gulik book subjects.
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Robert van Gulik was born in Zutphen, the son of a medical officer in the Dutch army of what was then called the Dutch East Indies (modern-day Indonesia).He was born in the Netherlands, but from the age of three till twelve he lived in Batavia, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta), where he was tutored in Mandarin and other languages.
He went to Leiden University in and Born: August 9,Zutphen. Robert Van Gulik wrote a series of Judge Dee mysteries in the mid s. "The Chinese Maze Murders" was first published inand, true to the author's intent, it "gives a general idea of Chines court procedure" in the 7th century.5/5(5).
Robert van Gulik (), a Dutch diplomat and an authority on Chinese history and culture, drew his plots and literary conventions from the popular detective novels that appeared in seventeenth-century : University of Chicago Press.
Then Robert Van Gulik decided to translate it into English for a western audience in the s, believing it to be one of the most accessible tales in the Chinese detective genre. Robert Van Gulik went on to write an entire series surrounding the character of Judge Dee and though this book is merely a translation, it’s sequels were entirely.
Fans of Alexander McCall Smith's No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series will thrill to this reissue of the first volume in Robert van Gulik's classic Chinese Murders series.
The Chinese Bell Murders introduces the great Judge Dee, a magistrate of the city of Poo-yang in ancient China. Robert Van Gulik () was a Dutch diplomat and an authority on Chinese history and culture.
He drew his plots from the whole body of Chinese literature, especially from the popular detective novels that first appeared in the seventeenth century.
The Judge Dee novels were extremely popular in Van Gulik’s native country. My husband devoured all 17 novels as a boy growing up in Eindhoven. Van Gulik published his novels from tooffering to many readers their first glimpse into a country hermetically sealed by the Communists.In this, the second book in Robert van Gulik's classic mystery series of ancient China, Judge Dee must look into the murder of his predecessor.
His job is complicated by the simultaneous disappearance of his chief clerk and the new bride of a wealthy local shipowner. Meanwhile, a tiger is terrorizing the district, the ghost of the murdered magistrate stalks the tribunal, a .