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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan (晏子春秋)

Translator:
Olivia Milburn

Publisher:
Brill

Publication Year:
2016




Abstract:


The Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan is a biography of the most important statesmen and political thinkers of the Eastern Zhou dynasty China: Yan Ying (d. 500 BCE). Living through an exceptionally troubled period, he served three rulers and two dictators of the state of Qi, in Shandong Province. His experiences informed his revolutionary theories concerning the relationship between the individual and the state. Long considered to be a forgery, recent archaeological discoveries have proved the Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan to be a genuinely ancient text. This book provides not only the first complete translation of the text into any Western language, but a detailed analysis of the context in which it was produced.

Table of Contents:

Preliminary Material
pp i –xxxi

1.1 The Textual History of the Yanzi chunqiu
pp 3 –67

1.2 The Key Personalities of the Yanzi chunqiu
pp 68 –114

1.3 The Political Context of the Yanzi chunqiu
pp 115 –160

2.1 The Inner Chapters: Remonstrances, Part One
pp 163 –201

2.2 The Inner Chapters: Remonstrances, Part Two
pp 202 –237

2.3 The Inner Chapters: Questions, Part One
pp 238 –273

2.4 The Inner Chapters: Questions, Part Two
pp 274 –304

2.5 The Inner Chapters: Miscellaneous Tales, Part One
pp 305 –338

2.6 The Inner Chapters: Miscellaneous Tales, Part Two
pp 339 –366

2.7 The Outer Chapters: Stories That are Similar to Others Told of Master Yan
pp 367 –399

2.8 The Outer Chapters: Stories That Do Not Accord With Classical Accounts
pp 400 –420

3.1 An Analysis of the Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan
pp 423 –453

Bibliography
pp 455 –475

Index
pp 476 –485


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