Pearl from the Dragon's Mouth: Evocation of Feeling and Scene in Chinese Poetry
Includes miscellaneous newsletters, student publications, calendars, bibliographies, and brochures. Also contains a set of monographs produced in various series by the center.
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PreTang Poetic Developments
PreTang Critical Explorations
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