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Kai Lung's Golden Hours

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Kai Lung's Golden Hours

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Author: Ernest Bramah
Publisher: Wildside Press, 2004
Ballantine Books, 1972
Penguin Books, 1938
Jonathan Cape, 1926
Grant Richards, 1922
Series: Kai Lung: Book 2
Book Type: Collection
Genre: Fantasy
Sub-Genre Tags: Historical Fantasy
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As with other Kai Lung novels, the main plot serves primarily as a vehicle for the presentation of the gem-like, aphorism-laden stories told by the protagonist Kai Lung, an itinerant story-teller of ancient China. In Kai Lung's Golden Hours he is brought before the court of the Mandarin Shan Tien on charges of treason by the Mandarin's confidential agent Ming-shu. In a unique defense, Kai Lung recites his beguiling tales to the Mandarin, successfully postponing his conviction time after time until he is finally set free. In the process he attains the love and hand of the maiden Hwa-Mei.



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