Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese Literature : A Reference by David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)

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By David R. Knechtges, Taiping Chang (Editors)

Ultimately this is the long-awaited, first Western-language reference consultant focusing solely on chinese language literature from ca. seven-hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically equipped, it comprises not less than 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary varieties 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 distinctive, up to date bibliographies and resource details. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of old debts, specially whilst searching during the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, background, and idea. half One includes a to R.

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According to an account that is recorded in the Nan shi but not the Liang shu, Xiao Tong sent someone to find a good site for the burial of his mother. However, before ground could be broken, a land seller offered the eunuch Yu Sanfu 俞三副 a “commission” of one million cash if he could convince the court to buy his plot for three million cash. The eunuch told Emperor Wu that the burial site obtained by the crown prince was not as auspicious as the one the land seller had offered. Emperor Wu ordered that the land seller’s site be purchased, and Lady Ding was buried there.

Although mistreated by the senior wife, Ding Lingguang reputedly was obedient and devoted to her. A little over half a year after Xiao Tong’s birth, Xiao Yan assumed the throne of the Liang dynasty. Xiao Tong and his mother had remained in Xiangyang while Xiao Yan led his army against the Southern Qi forces. As soon as the capital Jiankang was secure and Xiao Yan was installed as emperor on 30 April 501, both mother and son were summoned to the capital, where they were given residence in the Xianyang Hall 顯陽殿.

B. “Yu Liu Xiaochuo shu” 與劉孝綽書 (Letter to Liu Xiaochuo) Study Saeki Masanobu 佐伯雅宣. “Kanbun tei Shō Kō no ‘Yo Ryū Kōshaku sho’ ni tsuite” 簡文帝蕭綱の「與劉孝綽書について」. Chūgokugaku kenkyū ronshū 5 (2000): 25–34. c. Fabao lianbi 法寶聯璧 Linked jades of dharma treasures) Zhang Beibei 張蓓蓓. “Fabao lianbi bianzuan kao” 《法寶聯璧》編纂考. Zhonghua wenhua luntan (2009: 4): 20–23. d. “Meihua fu” 梅花賦 (Fu on the plum blossom) Study Xiong Weihua 熊偉華 and Wang Tingsheng 王汀生. “Butong guji zhong de Liang Jianwen di ‘Meihua fu’” 不同古籍中的梁簡文帝《梅花賦》.

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