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Gulik, Robert Hans van 1910-1967

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The Chinese bell murders by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
95 editions published between 1958 and 2010 in 13 languages and held by 1,042 libraries worldwide
The great Chinese detective Judge Dee begins work on the most disquieting case of his career when he reviews a rape and murder on Half Moon Street, an investigation that brings him face to face with a clan of killer monks and a long-standing feud between two of the city's most important families
The Chinese gold murders by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
84 editions published between 1958 and 2009 in 12 languages and held by 985 libraries worldwide
Meanwhile, a tiger is terrorizing the district, the ghost of the murdered magistrate stalks the tribunal, a prostitute has a secret message for Dee, and the body of a murdered monk is discovered to be in the wrong grave. In the end, the judge, with his deft powers of deduction, uncovers the one cause for all of these seemingly unrelated events
Erotic colour prints of the Ming period with an essay on Chinese sex life from the Han to the Chʼing Dynasty, B.C. 206-A.D. 1644 by Robert Hans van Gulik( file )
30 editions published between 1951 and 2004 in English and Chinese and held by 937 libraries worldwide
Sexual life in ancient China; a preliminary survey of Chinese sex and society from ca. 1500 B.C. till 1644 A.D by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
90 editions published between 1961 and 2007 in 10 languages and held by 900 libraries worldwide
The lacquer screen; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
85 editions published between 1961 and 2013 in 13 languages and held by 854 libraries worldwide
Early in his career, Judge Dee visits a senior magistrate who shows him a beautiful lacquer screen on which a scene of lovers has been mysteriously altered to show the man stabbing his lover. The magistrate fears he is losing his mind and will murder his own wife. Meanwhile, a banker has inexplicably killed himself, and a lovely lady has allowed Dee's lieutenant, Chiao Tai, to believe she is a courtesan. Dee and Chiao Tai go incognito among a gang of robbers to solve this mystery, and find the leader of the robbers is more honorable than the magistrate."One of the most satisfyingly deviou
The red pavilion; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
87 editions published between 1961 and 2008 in 13 languages and held by 711 libraries worldwide
Judge Dee becomes enmeshed in the promiscuous love life of a beautiful courtesan as he investigates three deaths on Paradise Island, a notorious resort that thrives on prostitution, gambling, and debauchery
The haunted monastery; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
61 editions published between 1961 and 2009 in 11 languages and held by 664 libraries worldwide
"The Abbot Jade Mirror is dead after delivering an ecstatic sermon. The monks call it a supernatural experience, but Judge Dee calls it murder. Somewhere hidden in the tangled corridors of the monastery is the killer"--Page 4 of cover
The phantom of the temple, a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
41 editions published between 1966 and 2012 in 8 languages and held by 652 libraries worldwide
Judge Dee presided over his imperial Chinese court with a unique brand of Confucian justice. A near mythic figure in China, he distinguished himself as a tribunal magistrate, inquisitor, and public avenger. Long after his death, accounts of his exploits were celebrated in Chinese folklore, and later immortalized by Robert van Gulik in his electrifying mysteries. In The Phantom of the Temple, three separate puzzles--the disappearance of a wealthy merchant's daughter, twenty missing bars of gold, and a decapitated corpse--are pieced together by the clever judge to solve three murders and one comple
The willow pattern, a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
56 editions published between 1965 and 2010 in 11 languages and held by 644 libraries worldwide
Judge Dee has been appointed emergency governor of the plague- and drought-ridden Imperial City. As his guards help the city fend off a popular uprising, an aristocrat from one of the oldest families in China suffers an "accident" in a deserted mansion. In The Willow Pattern, the illustrious judge uses his trademark expertise to unravel the mysteries of the nobleman, a shattered vase, and a dead bondmaid. Along the way he encounters a woman who fights with loaded sleeves, a nearly drowned courtesan, and an elaborate trap set for a murderer. Packed with suspense, violence, and romance
Poets and murder; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
42 editions published between 1968 and 2005 in 9 languages and held by 631 libraries worldwide
"Master detective Judge Dee sets out to solve a puzzling double murder and discovers that complicated passions lurk beneath the seemingly tranquil landscape of academic life. A student has been murdered; a beautiful poetess is accused of whipping her maidservant to death; and further mysteries lie in the shadows of the Shrine of the Black Fox"--Page 4 of cover
The Chinese nail murders by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
55 editions published between 1960 and 2010 in 12 languages and held by 603 libraries worldwide
Judge Dee and his helpers investigate a series of murders despite pressure to solve them quickly
The lore of the Chinese lute; an essay in the ideology of the Chʻin by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
35 editions published between 1938 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 588 libraries worldwide
The emperor's pearl, a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
25 editions published between 1963 and 1994 in English and held by 587 libraries worldwide
It all begins on the night of the Poo-yang dragonboat races in 699 A.D.: a drummer in the leading boat collapses, and the body of a beautiful young woman turns up in a deserted country mansion. There, Judge Dee--tribunal magistrate, inquisitor, and public avenger--steps in to investigate the murders and return order to the Tang Dynasty
The Chinese lake murders by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
57 editions published between 1959 and 2009 in 13 languages and held by 586 libraries worldwide
In the third installment of Robert Van Gulik's classic ancient Chinese mystery series based on historical court records, magistrate, lawyer, and detective Judge Dee has his work cut out for him. Set in 666 A.D., in the hidden city of Han-yuan, sixty miles from the imperial capital of ancient China, Dee is sent to investigate a case of embezzlement of government funds. But things are about to get more complicated for the great detective. Just before he is about to take leave of Han-yuan, the popular courtesan Almond Blossom disappears, and then a bride who dies on her wedding night also disappears from her coffin -- her body replaced with that of a murdered man. To make matters worse, Judge Dee is confronted with the dangerous sect called the White Lotus
Necklace and calabash; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
44 editions published between 1967 and 2010 in 8 languages and held by 586 libraries worldwide
Brought back into print in the 1990s to wide acclaim, re-designed new editions of Robert van Gulik's Judge Dee Mysteries are now available. Written by a Dutch diplomat and scholar during the 1950s and 1960s, these lively and historically accurate mysteries have entertained a devoted following for decades. Set during the T'ang dynasty, they feature Judge Dee, a brilliant and cultured Confucian magistrate disdainful of personal luxury and corruption, who cleverly selects allies to help him navigate the royal courts, politics, and ethnic tensions in imperial China. Robert van Gulik modeled Judge
Celebrated cases of Judge Dee = Dee goong an : an authentic eighteenth-century Chinese detective novel ( Book )
7 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 583 libraries worldwide
Authentic 18th-century Chinese detective novel; Dee and associates solve three interlocked cases. Led to van Gulik's own stories with same characters. Extensive introduction. 9 illus
Murder in Canton; a Chinese detective story by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
49 editions published between 1964 and 2010 in 10 languages and held by 554 libraries worldwide
Brought back into print in the 1990s to wide acclaim, re-designed new editions of Robert van Gulik's Judge Dee Mysteries are now available. Written by a Dutch diplomat and scholar during the 1950s and 1960s, these lively and historically accurate mysteries have entertained a devoted following for decades. Set during the T'ang dynasty, they feature Judge Dee, a brilliant and cultured Confucian magistrate disdainful of personal luxury and corruption, who cleverly selects allies to help him navigate the royal courts, politics, and ethnic tensions in imperial China. Robert van Gulik modeled Judge
Judge Dee at work : eight Chinese detective stories by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
30 editions published between 1961 and 2006 in 7 languages and held by 546 libraries worldwide
A collection of eight stories about Judge Dee, covering a decade in which the judge served in four different provinces of the Tang Empire, dispensing his own brand of Confucian justice
The monkey and the tiger; two Chinese detective stories by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
15 editions published between 1965 and 1992 in English and held by 505 libraries worldwide
Hsi Kʻang and his poetical essay on the lute by Robert Hans van Gulik( Book )
22 editions published between 1941 and 1969 in 3 languages and held by 405 libraries worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Chjulik, Robert van, 1910-1967
Fan Ḥuliḳ, Roberṭ, 1910-1967
Gao , Luopei
Gao, Luopei 1910-1967
Gu, Lo-pei, 1910-1967
Gulik, R.H. van
Gulik, R.H. van, 1910-1967
Gulik, R. H. van (Robert Hans), 1910-1967
Gulik, Robbert Hans 1910-1967
Gulik, Robbert Hans van, 1910-1967
Gulik, Robert H. van.
Gulik, Robert H. van 1910-1967
Gulik, Robert Han van
Gulik, Robert Hans van
Gulik Robert Hans van 1910-1967
Gulik , Robert : van
Gulik, Robert van 1910-1967
Gulike, Luobote 1910-1967
Gulike, Luobote fan
Gulike, Luobote fan 1910-1967
Gulike, Luobotefan, 1910-1967
Guliks, Roberts van, 1910-1967
Gūrikku, Rōbato fan, 1910-1967
Ḥuliḳ, Roberṭ Fan, 1910-1967
Kao, Lo-pèi
Kao, Lo-pʻei 1910-1967
Ku-li-k'o, Lo-po-t'e 1910-1967
Ku-li-kò, Lo-po-tè fan
Ku-li-kʻo, Lo-po-tʻe fan 1910-1967
Van Gulik, R. H.
Van Gulik, Robert.
Van Gulik Robert 1910-1967
Van Gulik, Robert Han
Van Gulik, Robert Hans.
Van Gulik Robert Hans 1910-1967
VanGulik, Robert 1910-1967
VanGulik, Robert Hans 1910-1967
Yin-yüeh-an-chu
Yin-yüeh-an-chu, 1910-1967
Yinyue Anzhu 1910-1967
Yinyue'anzhu
Yinyueanzhu 1910-1967
Гулик, Роберт ван.
Гулик, Роберт ван 1910-1967
グーリック, ヴァン
ヒューリック, ロバート・ファン
フーリック, R. ファン
古利克, 罗伯特梵, 1910-1967
古利克罗伯特梵, 1910-1967
吟月盦主, 1910-1967
高羅佩
高羅佩 1910-1967
Languages
English (506)
French (113)
Dutch (98)
German (73)
Chinese (49)
Japanese (34)
Italian (28)
Czech (28)
Spanish (26)
Finnish (25)
Russian (20)
Danish (13)
Slovak (5)
Vietnamese (4)
Hungarian (3)
Portuguese (3)
Greek, Modern [1453- ] (3)
Multiple languages (2)
Korean (1)
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