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Judge Dee at Work
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These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. We do not know who wrote " The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee ," but the anonymous author of this Eighteenth Century Chinese detective novel gives us a great insight into the way in which the criminal justice system worked in the country at that time. The novel is based very loosely on the short stories of Di-Renjie, a county court magistrate and statesman of the Tang Court in the years between and An anomaly in the novel is that it's cultural settings and details are from a much later dynasty than the Tang. The book was only published in Chinese until a Dutch diplomat by the name of Robert van Gulik was indulging his passion for old books and came across a copy in a used bookstore in Tokyo.
Di was one of the great judges and administrators of the Tang Dynasty , known for his compassion, talent, and incorruptibility. Within a century of his death, Di was already being mythologized as a heroic detective and investigator, the subject of popular novels and stories. Today that tradition continues in Chinese entertainment, from CCTV's splendidly cardboard-and-sequins period dramas to the blockbuster movies of Tsui Hark. This is, perhaps, the point to note: that any battles between the real Di Renjie and sea monsters have gone unrecorded by history. But in the West Di became famous because of the work of one man, the Dutch writer and polymath Robert van Gulik The books, first published in the s, are still in print today.