The Jin Ping Mei and the Non-linear Dimensions of the Traditional Chinese Novel
The author takes a revisionist approach to the novel based on his view that it is a fundamentally pluralistic narrative. Identifies chaos theory as a useful way of understanding the rhetorical structure of this and other complex Chinese narratives.
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J Chapter 1 The NeoConfucian Reader and the Rhetoric of the Jin Ping Mei
the Narrator as Frog
affair Aijie attractor behavior brother Buddhist chaos theory chapter character chaste Chen Jingji Chinese fiction Commander Zhou commentary Commissioner Xia concubine Confucian courtesan critical Daian Daoguo Daoist death discussion Dufa employed encounters erotic female Grand Preceptor Guange Guijie Hua Zixu Huang husband interpretation Jia Rui Jin Ping Mei Jin Shengtan JPMCH Kaixian Laiwang late Ming literary maid marriage Meng Yulou Ming dynasty mirror Moreover narrative narrator Neo-Confucian offers official Old Lady Wang Pan Jinlian Pang Chunmei person perspective Ping Mei cihua Ping'an Ping'er plot Qing's Qinghe Qiuju reader reading returns home rhetorical Ruyi sexual shoe Song Huilian Sun Xue'e Tang Laibao traditional Chinese TXDYQS University Press Wang Liuer Wang Yangming widow wife wives women Wu Song Wu Yueniang Xiaoge Ximen Qing Ximen Qing household Ximen Qing returns Xu Shuofang Yanei Ying Bojue Zhang Sheng Zhang Zhupo