Ming China and Vietnam: Negotiating Borders in Early Modern Asia

  title={Ming China and Vietnam: Negotiating Borders in Early Modern Asia},
  author={Kathlene Baldanza},
Introduction: the power of names Part I. Southern Scholars in the North: 1. A brief history of Annan 2. A record of the dreams of an old southerner 3. The northern emperor and the southern emperor Part II. Officials in the Borderlands: 4. An official at odds with the state 5. The fearsome panther Part III. The Return of the Le Dynasty: 6. Ruler and minister 7. The sparrow and the bamboo Conclusion: Dai Viet in the Ming-Qing transition Bibliography Index. 

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