Download e-book for iPad: Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese Literature : A Reference by David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)

By David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)

Finally here's the long-awaited, first Western-language reference advisor focusing solely on chinese language literature from ca. seven hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically equipped, it includes a minimum of 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary kinds and schools,"" and significant chinese language literary phrases. as well as offering authoritative information regarding every one topic, the compilers have taken meticulous care to incorporate certain, up to date bibliographies and resource info. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of ancient debts, specially whilst looking in the course of the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, historical past, and proposal. half One features a to R.

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Liu Xiaoyi was a younger brother of Liu Xiaochuo. Xiao Zixian (487–535) was the eighth son of the Southern Qi prince Xiao Yi. He was one of the Qi nobles who continued to serve the Liang. He is best known as the compiler of the Nan Qi shu 南齊書 (History of the Southern Qi). In December 522, Xiao Tong’s uncle, Xiao Dan 蕭憺 (478–522), the Prince of Shixing 始興, died. He was the eleventh son of Xiao Shunzhi 蕭順 之 (d. 492), Xiao Yan’s father. The crown prince presided over a discussion with his courtiers about whether it was permissible to curtail the mourning ritual for collateral relatives in order to perform music to celebrate New Year’s day.

Shen Yue was then named junior mentor, while Emperor Wu’s younger brother Xiao Hong was designated senior mentor. The latter position perhaps was a nominal post. It was also in this year that Xu Mian took over as the chief supervisor of affairs in the Eastern Palace. Wang Yun 王筠 (481–549), who was much admired by Shen Yue, was appointed secretary. Other members of Xiao Tong’s princely establishment at this time were Lu Gao 陸杲 (459–532), Xie Lan 謝覽 (ca. 477–ca. 513), Cai Zun 蔡撙 (467–523), Yin Jun, Yu Zhongrong 庾仲容 (478–551), Xiao Jie 蕭介 (ca.

Liang Zhaoming taizji wenji 梁昭明太子文集. 5 juan. Han Wei Liuchao baisan mingjia ji. Zhaoming taizi ji 昭明太子集. 6 juan. Siku quanshu. Based on an edition edited by Ye Zhaotai 葉紹泰 (fl. 1638). Zhaoming taizi ji 昭明太子集. 5 juan. Sibu congkan. Facsimile rpt. of Ming Jiajing 34 (1555) Zhou Man 周滿 ed. Zhaoming taizi ji 昭明太子集. 5 juan. Sibu beiyao. Typeset printing of Ming Jiajing 34 (1555) Zhou Man 周滿 ed. Yu Shaochu 虞紹初, ed. and comm. Zhaoming taizi ji jiaozhu 昭明太子集校注. Zhengzhou: Zhongzhou guji chubanshe, 2001.

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