- Title Pages
1There Are Maggots in My Soup!
2Negative Role Models
3Copulating with One’s Stepmother—Or Birth Mother?
4Intransigent and Corrupt Officials in Early Imperial China
5Rituals without Rules
7Wild Youths and Fallen Officials
8Alcoholism and Song Literati
9Flouting, Flashing, and Favoritism
10Running Amok in Early Chinese Narrative
11“Wolves Shepherding the People”
12A “Villain-Monk” Brought Down by a Villein-General
13Martial Monks without Borders
- About the Editors
- Behaving Badly in Early and Medieval China
- N. Harry Rothschild, Leslie V. Wallace
- University of Hawai'i Press
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