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Myths and Legends of China

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262; receives spiritual aid, 263; saves the nunnery, 264; her execution ordered, 265 sq.; visits the infernal regions, 268; makes Hell a paradise, 268; her virtue is tested, 269; and Ju Lai, 270; attains to perfection, 271; becomes a Buddha, 286; and Shan Ts’ai, 271 sq.; tests Shan Ts’ai’s fidelity, 273; sends help to son of Lung Wang, 274; disguises herself as a priest-doctor, 275 sq.; suffers in order that her father may be cured, 279 sq.; defeats conspiracy of the King’s sons-in-law, 279. See also

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