Wen-lin : studies in the Chinese humanities / Edited by Chow Tsê-tung
- Madison : Published for the Dept. of East Asian Languages and Literature of the University of Wisconsin by the University of Wisconsin Press, 1968.
- Physical Description:
- viii,325 pages ; 25 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Zhou, Cezong, 1916-2007 and University of Wisconsin. Department of East Asian Languages and Literature
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- Tʻao Chʻien's "Drinking wine" poems, by J.R. Hightower.--The double ninth festival in Chinese poetry: a study of variations upon a theme, by A.R. Davis.--Ambiguities in Li Shang-yin's poetry, by J.J.Y. Lin.--Metrics in Yüan San-chʻü, by W. Schlepp.--A note on Chung Hung and his Shih-pʻin, by H. Wilhelm.--A geometry of the Shi pĭn, by E.B. Brooks.--The early history of the Chinese word shih (poetry), by T. Chow.--The Yüan-hun chih (accounts of ghosts with grievances), a sixth-century collection of stories, by A.E. Dien.--New perspectives on two Ming novels: Hsi yu chi and Hsi yu pu, by C.T. Hsia.--A note on the dialects of Lo-yang and Nanking during the Six Dynasties, by R.B. Mather.--The great clod: a Taoist conception of the universe, by H.G. Creel.--Some legal instruments of ancient China: The ming and the meng, by W.A.C.H. Dobson.
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- Bibliographical footnotes.
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