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The library of the Institute of Oriental Culture (Tōyō Bunka Kenkyūjo), University of Tokyo, has a manuscript copy of the Newly Composed, Enlarged, and Expanded, with a Forest of Appreciative Comments: Master Zhuang Sighs over the Skeleton in Northern and Southern Lyrics and Songs (Xinbian zengbu pinglin: Zhuangzi tan kulou nanbei ciqu). 88 The editor of the text is given as the “Shunyi Mountain Recluse” Du Hui, about whom no information is available beyond the fact that he hailed from Changshu, and that applies also to Chen Kui, who is listed as the printer.

I had some luggage and an umbrella with me. Please return them to me so I can set out on the way back home. If you refuse to return those goods, I will take you to the district office and lodge an accusation against you. Master, you have been exceedingly kind to me In saving my poor life, But if you do not return to me The pack, and the umbrella and money I had with me, I will seek justice from the district magistrate! [(]After DISTRICT MAGISTRATE LIANG has accepted the deposition, he questions MASTER ZHUANG.

Last but not least I would like to express my gratitude to Columbia University Press for its willingness to publish this work in its series Translations from the Asian Classics. Introduction Once upon a time, the story tells us, the Daoist philosopher Master Zhuang, while traveling to the capital of the state of Chu, came across a skull by the roadside. After wondering aloud how the deceased may have come to his end, he laid himself down to sleep, using the skull as his headrest. The deceased thereupon appeared to him in a dream, praising the untrammeled pleasures of death over life.

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