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  1. Monkey: Journey to the West is a stage adaptation of the 16th century novel Journey to the West by Wu Cheng'en. It was conceived and created by the Chinese actor and director Chen Shi-Zheng along with British musician Damon Albarn and British artist Jamie Hewlett . Contents 1 Development 2 Musicians 3 Performances 4 Synopsis 5 Soundtrack

  2. Monkey: A Journey to the West Paperback – Illustrated, April 12, 2005 by David Kherdian (Author) 91 ratings See all formats and editions Kindle $14.99 Read with Our Free App Paperback $18.95 51 Used from $3.42 20 New from $12.89 1 Collectible from $15.55

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  3. The tale of Monkey and his journey deep into the Buddhist heartland of India is an elaborate tale filled with adventure, allegory, and spiritual insight. Monkey tricks his way in and out of many stressful situations. He is a deviant, mischievous little fellow who can never be trusted. The story itself is quite unlike any traditional Western tale.

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  5. Monkey is a magical tale of fantasy and adventure in the Tang Dynasty (618–907) of imperial China. At around 350 pages, this translation is actually a short version of the 2,000-some-page Journey to the West, which was written in the 16th century.

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  6. The 16th century Chinese classic story Xi You Ji (Journey To The West) tells the tale of a little monkey who could transform himself into different creatures and conquer all the obstacles in his life.

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  7. Kindle $14.99 Rate this book Monkey: A Journey to the West David Kherdian (Retelling), Wu Cheng'en (Original Story) 3.81 403 ratings38 reviews Mythology Classics ...more 209 pages, Paperback First published September 9, 2014 Book details & editions About the author David Kherdian 83 books18 followers Friends Following

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