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Islamic literature in Chinese, late Ming and early Chʻing

Donald Leslie

Islamic literature in Chinese, late Ming and early Chʻing

books, authors, and associates

by Donald Leslie

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Published by Canberra College of Advanced Education in Belconnen .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Islam -- China -- Bibliography.,
    • Muslims -- China -- Bio-bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      English and Chinese.

      Statementby Donald Daniel Leslie.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7835.M6 L47 1981, BP63.C5 L47 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination192 p. ;
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3080197M
      ISBN 100858891891
      LC Control Number82180362

      The history of Yaballaha III, Nestorian patriarch: and of his vicar, Bar Sauma, Mongol ambassador to the Frankish courts at the end of the thirteenth century. Modern Chinese Literary Thought: Writing on Literature, (review) Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Asian Studies 56(4) November with Reads How we measure Author: Philip F Williams.

      Early Chinese Literature and Thought Octo Uncategorized Dalisa Mena According to the text from Early Chinese Literature and Thought, class of poetry consist of three rhyming stanzas of four to six lines with four syllables each. Chinese Literature during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Most Ming literature in both prose and poetry was traditional, imitative, and old-fashioned. Two schools of writing challenged this trend, claiming that literature should change with the age instead of slavishly imitating the past. The influence of these schools did not last.

      () and the beginning of the Chinese Republic (), but also analyze the mentality of the Chinese. They poignantly remark on hypocrisy, cruelty, and slavishness in the Chinese character. Lu Xun’s early years were spent studying in Japan. He changed his field of study from medicine to literature, with the hope of using literature. This volume presents a broad range of writings on literature from the period of the inception of literary modernity in China. Of the 55 essays included, 47 are translated here for the first time, including two essays by Lu Xun. In addition to the selections themselves, the author has provided, in an extensive General Introduction and shorter introductions to the five parts of the book.


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Islamic literature in Chinese, late Ming and early Chʻing: Books, authors, and associates Jan 1, by Donald Leslie Paperback. There is a wealth of early Chinese literature dating from the Hundred Schools of Thought that occurred during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (– BC).

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