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By David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)

Finally here's the long-awaited, first Western-language reference consultant focusing solely on chinese language literature from ca. seven-hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically equipped, it comprises a minimum of 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary varieties and schools,"" and critical chinese language literary phrases. as well as supplying authoritative information regarding each one topic, the compilers have taken meticulous care to incorporate specific, updated bibliographies and resource info. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of old debts, in particular while shopping in the course of the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, background, and idea. half One features a to R.

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Wei Juxian 衛聚賢. “Gan shi kao” 甘誓考. Renwen xuebao 7 (1978): 155–206. Gu Jiegang 顧頡剛 and Liu Qiyu 劉起釪. “Shang shu Gan shi jiaoshi yi lun” 尚書 甘誓校釋譯論. Zhongguo shi yanjiu (1979: 1): 51–63. Liu Qiyu 劉起釪. “Shi Shang shu Gan shi de ‘Wuxing’ yu ‘Sanzheng’ ” 釋尚書甘誓 的「五行」與「三正」. Wen shi 7 (1979): 9–21. “Tang shi” 湯誓 Mao Zishui 毛子水. “Tang shi jiangyi” 湯誓講義. 8 (1941): 21–26. Mao Zishui 毛子水. “Tang shi xin yi” 湯誓新義. Wen shi zhe xuebao (1951: 3): 1–9. Gu Jiegang 顧頡剛 and Liu Qiyu 劉起釪. “Shang shu Tang shi jiaoshi yi lun” 尚書 湯釋校釋譯論.

Li Zhenxing 李振興. “Shang shu Da gao pian dayi tantao” 尚書大誥篇大義探討. 2 (1983): 11–18. Zhou Bingjun 周秉鈞. “Da gao yi jie” 大誥易解. Gu Hanyu lunji 古漢語論集, 1: 326–36. Changsha: Hunan jiaoyu chubanshe, 1985. Gu Jiegang 顧頡剛. “Shang shu ‘Da gao” yanjiu”《尚書‧大誥》研究. Zhonghua wenshi luncong 59 (1999): 1–36. “Jiu gao” 酒誥 Xie Xuanjun 謝選駿. “Shang shu ‘Jiu gao’ de zongjiao zhengzhi hanyi”《尙書・酒 誥》的宗敎政治含義. Zhongguo wenhua yanjiu jikan 5 (1987): 153–61. “Shao gao” Zang Kehe 臧克和. “Shang shu ‘Shao gao’ sheng zi shi shi”《尚書‧召誥》生子試 釋.

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