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Xixiang ji Editions, the Bookmarket, and the Discourse on Obscenity: Wang Jide (d. 1623), Jin Shengtan (1608–61), and the Creation of Uncommon Readers
In 1921, Guo Moruo (1892–1978), the writer, translator, and critic, was asked to write a preface for a newly edited, vernacular version of the Xixiang ji (The story of the Western wing) issued by aExpand
Getting at It in a Single Genuine Invocation
1. Intr咽uction.........................................................................................33 2. From Manuscript To Print: Jin Shengtan's Tang caizi shijiaji (A First Volume of Poems byExpand
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Corporal Transactions: New Perspectives on Traditional Practices in China, India, and Africa
T four books, though situated within different disciplines and centered on African, Indian, and Chinese practices respectively, nevertheless share a common objective. Their authors seek to illuminateExpand
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Acts of translation: Jane Hirshfield, Chinese poetics and the practice of Zen
As poetry has been losing ground to other literary and non-literary arts in twentieth-century America, some writers have resorted to imaginative resources derived from the classical poetic traditionsExpand
Introduction Rewriting Early Chinese Zaju Song-Drama for Transnational, National, and Local Contexts
In his 1930 preface to the first comprehensive history of classical Chinese drama in any language, Aoki Masaru (1887–1964) described an initiatory moment of textual seduction: When I was a child, IExpand
Religion and Canon Formation: Buddhism, Vernacular Literature, and the Case of Jin Shengtan (1608-1661)
of power, privilege, and wealth. Such had clearly been the case with the examination curriculum during late imperial times in China. Although the core texts of the curricular canon did not changeExpand
COMIC VIRTUE AND COMMENDABLE VICE: GUAN HANQING'S JIU FENGCHEN AND WANG JIANG TING
Abstract Introduction In an attempt to elucidate the intersection between the norms of the stage and those of the social order, David Johnson has suggested, fully intending the pun, that “[v]irtue isExpand
Belcher Island/Sanikiluaq
Horn relates his experiences as a manager of the Co-op at Sanikiluaq; Sieber recounts the beginnings of the Co-op in 1968-1970; Sealy provides an ornithologist's perspective of bird sculptures; andExpand
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