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The Lieyi Zhuan (Chinese: 列異傳, lit. "Arrayed Marvels"), from the late 2nd or early 3rd century is a collection of Zhiguai, a Chinese literary genre that deals with strange (mostly supernatural) events and stories. It is attributed to Cao Pi (187-226 CE).
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