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INTERSECTING BOUNDARIES: MANUSCRIPT, PRINTING, AND BOOK CULTURE IN LATE MING CHINA

@inproceedings{Lin2016INTERSECTINGBM,
  title={INTERSECTING BOUNDARIES: MANUSCRIPT, PRINTING, AND BOOK CULTURE IN LATE MING CHINA},
  author={H. Lin and Gugong zhenben congkan},
  year={2016}
}
Within the corpus of manuscripts associated with the “Donglin Faction” (Donglin dang 東林黨) of the early seventeenth century, a handwritten copy of the Shiding lu 事定錄 (“Records of Settled Affairs”) kept in the Fu Ssu-Nien Library of Academia Sinica is of particular interest in the study of book culture in late imperial China.1 On the second page of the copy, the text is divided into eight lines: four are aligned with the upper border line while a space of two characters is left blank before the… Expand
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