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Contact Admin. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Chinese Medieval Versions of Sleeping Beauty. The earliest Sleeping Beauty accounts date back to the fourteenth century Neemann However, the imperial anthology, or encyclopaedia, Tai ping guang ji Extensive Records of the Taiping [Xingguo] Era [hereafter TPGJ], com- piled in the tenth century contains two versions of the story that strikingly resem- ble European variants of Sleeping Beauty: Both versions were written in the ninth century: The Xian Zhuan Shi Yi itself, as well as the Chuanqi, are by now lost and only fragments of them survive in later anthologies such as TPGJ; however, both books were reconstructed by Chinese scholars, who compiled the remaining fragments Du Guangting ; Pei Xing The following table compares the main outline of the plot with the description of the plot in ATU: She swallows the pill a long hundred-year sleep [F The and dies shortly after.
Her mistress orders king orders that every spindle needle in his her body to be put in a large sepulchre at empire be destroyed; but, because one of the imperial palace. The girl meets an old wom- an who is spinning in a hidden chamber, pricks her finger with the spindle, and sinks, together with the whole court, into a magic sleep [D Around the castle grows a hedge of thorns [D One hundred years pass, and the girl re- At the end of the appointed time, a youth vives.
The narrative in juan 33 ends at prince breaks through the hedge [N The details of the following and awakens the princess with a kiss [D, chain of events are known only through D One hundred years later, the to two children, one of whom sucks the fiber same Daoist master induces a virtuous of- out of her finger and thus disenchants her.
Xue Zhao leaps over the overgrown wall in the forest, meets the soul of the dead girl, marries her and spends a few days and nights in her chamber. She is eventually restored to life and the In some variants the prince takes his wife and couple live happily ever after. During his absence the evil mother-in-law asks the cook to slaughter and roast the woman and the children.
The cook disobeys, and the mother-in-law de- mands that the three be thrown into a tub full of poisonous toads and snakes. Unexpectedly the prince returns home, and the mother-in- law herself jumps into the tub. Unlike the European examples, in the Chinese versions the Beauty does not fall asleep, she temporarily dies, just as the heroine of ATU In both cases, the name of the Chinese Sleeping Beauty is Yunrong lit.