Chuang Tzŭ (Giles)
Mystic, Moralist, and Social Reformer
TRANSLATED FROM THE CHINESE
HERBERT A. GILES
H. B. M.'s Consul at Tamsui
BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
Chinese Sketches. Death of an Emperor—Etiquette—Gambling—Feng-shui—Opium—Pawnbrokers—Slang—Inquests, &c. &c.
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio. Translation of the Liao Chai. 2 vols. 8vo.
Historic China, and other Sketches.
Gems of Chinese Literature. Containing Extracts from various Authors, from B.C. 500 to A.D. 1600.
A Short History of Koolangsu.
On Some Translations and Mistranslations in Williams' Syllabic Dictionary.
Dictionary of Colloquial Idioms in the Mandarin Dialect.
Chinese without a Teacher: Being a Collection of Easy and Useful Sentences in the Mandarin Dialect. With a Vocabulary. 2nd Edition.
Synoptical Studies in Chinese Character.
Handbook of the Swatow Dialect.
Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms. Translated from the Chinese. With copious Notes.
Two Chinese Poems: The San Tzŭ Ching, or the Trimetrical Classic; and the Ch'ien Tzŭ Wên, or Thousand Character Essay. Metrically translated.
From Swatow to Canton: An Overland Journey.
A Glossary of Reference, on Subjects connected with the Far East. 2nd Edition.
The Remains of Lao Tzŭ. Hong Kong: 1886.