Water Margin 《水滸傳》

c. 1372 by Shi Naian 施耐庵, also known as Outlaws of the Marsh and The Marshes of Mount Liang, one of the four great novels of Chinese literature 四大名著

Source

Wikisource, accessed 2019-12-05, https://zh.wikisource.org/wiki/水滸傳 (120回本).

English translations

  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 1994, The Broken Seals: Part One of the Marshes of Mount Liang Chinese University Press: Hong Kong.
  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 1997, The Tiger Killers: Part Two of the Marshes of Mount Liang, Chinese University Press: Hong Kong.
  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 2001, The Gathering Company: Part Three of the Marshes of Mount Liang, Chinese University Press: Hong Kong.
  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 2002, Iron Ox: Part Four of the Marshes of Mount Liang, Chinese University Press: Hong Kong.
  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 2002, The Scattered Flock: Part Five of the Marshes of Mount Liang, Chinese University Press: Hong Kong.
  • Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, and Sidney Shapiro tr. 1999, Outlaws of the Marsh, Foreign Languages Press: Beijing. In five volumes.
  • Notes

    There are several versions of this work, known as the 70 chapter, 100 chapter, and 120 chapter versions. The version provided here is the 120 chapter version, which is also the version translated by John and Alex Dent-Young as Nai'an Shi, Guanzhong Luo, John Dent-Young, Alex Dent-Young 1994, The Marshes of Mount Liang, Chinese University Press: Hong Kong, inn five volumes.

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