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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Early Medieval Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide

Editors:
Cynthia L. Chennault (Author), Keith N. Knapp (Author), Alan J. Berkowitz (Author), Albert E. Dien (Author)

Publisher:
Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley

Publication Year:
2015






Abstract:

A guide to primary sources that date from China's early medieval period (late third through sixth centuries) and to later anthologies or reference works concerning them. Ninety-eight essays, arranged alphabetically by title, discuss authorship, contents, history of editions, traditional commentaries and assessments, modern scholarship, and translations; subject index included. 


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5 comments:

  1. This book does not appear to be available anywhere online. It would be nice if you indicated how one might be able to acquire the work or more details on it (i.e. by taking a picture of its information page).

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  2. Hello, I just got one copy from Amazon couple days ago although it is temporarily out of stock now. And as to the info page, please see the post.

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    1. Thank you for providing the picture of the information page. The book looks fascinating, so it is unfortunate that is currently unobtainable through purchase or other means.

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  3. Thanks for letting everyone know. Must have been published recently. I contributed a chapter but had no idea it has come out. Thomas Jansen

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    1. My pleasure. But it is indeed a little mysterious that I cannot find any information online about this book except Amazon.

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