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The making of Monkey King = El surgimiento del Rey Mono by Robert Kraus

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Published by Pan Asian Publications in Union City, CA .
Written in English


  • Folklore -- China,
  • Monkeys -- Folklore,
  • Folklore -- China,
  • Monos -- Folklore

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSurgimiento del Rey Mono
Statementretold by Robert Kraus and Debby Chen ; illustrated by Wenhai Ma ; Spanish translation by Paulina Kobylinski.
SeriesAdventures of Monkey King = Las aventuras del Rey Mono -- 1, Adventures of Monkey King -- 1.
ContributionsChen, Debby., Ma, Wenhai, ill., Wu, Cheng"en, ca. 1500-ca. 1582.
LC ClassificationsPZ74.1 .K73 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23031418M
ISBN 101572270446
LC Control Number97080551

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The Monkey King, known as Sun Wukong (孫悟空/孙悟空) in Mandarin Chinese, is a legendary figure best known as one of the main characters in the 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West (西遊記 / 西游记) and many later stories and ation for the Monkey King's origins predate the novel and can be traced back both to the Monkey-God, Hanuman, from the Hindu epic Birthplace: Flowers and Fruit Mountain. -The jungle book-The king and the apple-The lion and the mouse-The little mermaid-The little red hen-The monkey and the crocodile-The monkey king-The otters and the wolf-The Pied Piper of Hamelin-The prince and the seedlings-The princess and the pea-The proud teacher-The silly north wind and the sun-The sleeping beauty-The stag's antlers. Get this from a library! The making of Monkey King = Vua khỉ ra đời. [Robert Kraus; Debby Chen; Wenhai Ma; Ngọc Ngạn Nguyễn; Cheng'en Wu] -- After studying under Master Subodhi for twenty years, Monkey King flaunts his powers and gets sent back to his kingdom. Magical Monkey King. According to the legend, the Monkey King is born from the earth known as the stone monkey and fertilized by the grace of Heaven. After he proved to be the only monkey who dare to go through the Water Curtain on the Mountain of Flowers and Fruit and set up a kingdom on Earth, he was crowned as the Monkey King.