A Guide to Chinese Literature
Selected for Choice's list of Outstanding Academic Books for 1997.
A comprehensive overview of China's 3,000 years of literary history, from its beginnings to the present day. After an introductory section discussing the concept of literature and other features of traditional Chinese society crucial to understanding its writings, the second part is broken into five major time periods (earliest times to 100 c.e.; 100-1000; 1000-1875; 1875-1915; and 1915 to the present) corresponding to changes in book production. The development of the major literary genres is traced in each of these periods. The reference section in the cloth edition includes an annotated bibliography of more than 120 pages; the paper edition has a shorter bibliography and is intended for classroom use.
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Idema is a well-renowned scholar of Chinese literature, and with his fellow author Haft, presents a detailed and comprehensive overview of the state of Chinese literature, from the pre-Qin era to the ... Read full review
The Concept of Literature
Language and Writing Paper and Printing Education
Traditional Chinese Society Especially in the Period from the
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