By David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)
Eventually this is the long-awaited, first Western-language reference consultant focusing completely on chinese language literature from ca. seven-hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically geared up, it comprises a minimum of 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary types and schools,"" and demanding chinese language literary phrases. as well as supplying authoritative information regarding every one topic, the compilers have taken meticulous care to incorporate distinct, updated bibliographies and resource details. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of historic bills, specially while searching during the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, heritage, and suggestion. half One features a to R.
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Shanghai: Huadong shifan daxue chubanshe, 1983. Zhu Tingxian 朱廷獻. “Shang shu Pangeng pian kao shi” 尚書盤庚篇考釋. Kong Meng xuebao 47 (1984): 69–83. Nie Yuhai 聶玉海. “Shi tan Shang shu ‘Pangeng’ zhong de ‘zhong’ 試談《尚書‧盤 庚》中的 “眾”. Yindu xuekan (1986: 3): 11–14. Tang Qi 唐祈. “Shang shu ‘Pangeng’ fanyi”《尚書‧盤庚》翻譯. Xibei minzu xueyuan xuebao (1987: 3): 58–65. Jin Jingfang 金景芳. “Shang shu ‘Pangeng’ xin jie”《尚書‧盤庚》新解. Shehui kexue zhanxian (1996: 3): 266–76. Hao Mingchao 郝明朝. “Lun ‘Pangeng’ zai Zhongguo sanwen shi shang de diwei” 論《盤庚》在中國散文史上的地位.
Covers the area of the heartland of the Central Plain. The Shanhai jing traditionally has been attributed to the sage emperor Yu 禹 or his assistant Boyi 伯益. e. The existence of Han time place names indicates that material was still being added to the text in the Han period. The textual history of the Shanhai jing is quite complicated. The first mention of the Shanhai jing as a text is in the Shi ji of Sima Qian. The earliest bibliography that lists it is the “Yiwen zhi” of the Han shu which records it in thirteen pian.
Zhengzhou: Zhongzhou shuhua she, 1983. “Jin teng” 金縢 Gu Jiegang 顧頡剛. “Jin teng pian jin yi” 金縢篇今譯. Gu shi bian 2: 63–75. Wei Juxian 衛聚賢. “Jin teng bian wei” 金縢辨偽. 12 (1927): 676–90. Yu Pingbo 俞平伯. “Shang shu Jin teng zhong de jige wenti” 尚書金藤中的幾個 問題. Za ban er 雜伴兒, 2: 245–54. Shanghai: Kaiming shudian, 1933; rpt. Nanchang: Jiangxi renmin chubanshe, 1983. Zhao Guangxian 趙光賢. “Shuo Shang shu Jin teng pian” 說尚書金縢篇. Zhonghua wenshi luncong 15 (1980): 1–12. Li Chen-hsing 李振興. Shang shu Jin teng pian dayi tantao” 尚書金縢篇大義探討.
Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese Literature: A Reference Guide - Part Two by David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)