The Wallet of Kai Lung (Kai Lung, #1)
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The Wallet of Kai Lung

by Ernest Bramah
Release date: 1900
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, short stories

The Wallet of Kai Lung is a collection of fantasy stories by Ernest Bramah, all but the last of which feature Kai Lung, an itinerant story-teller of ancient China. Although the collection is presented in the fashion of a novel, with each of its component stories designated chapters, there is no overall plot aside from each of the first eight tales being presented as narratives told by Kai Lung at various points in his itinerant career. The final tale is represented as being from a manuscript left by its own separate first-person narrator, Kin Yen.

Contents:

  • The Transmutation of Ling
  • The Story of Yung Chang
  • The Probation of Sen Heng
  • The Experiment of the Mandarin Chan Hung
  • The Confession of Kai Lung
  • The Vengeance of Tung Fel
  • The Career of the Charitable Quen-Ki-Tong
    • First Period: The Public Official
    • Second Period: The Temple Builder
  • The Vision of Yin, the Son of Yat Huang
  • The Ill-Regulated Destiny of Kin Yen, the Picture Maker
(updated 2010-09-07)

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