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Classics of Chinese Thought
This book series provides authoritative editions of great works in the Chinese intellectual tradition. The series focuses on foundational texts and works of leading thinkers from early China that formed the core of traditional Chinese learning. Volumes are presented in a uniform format, to serve as basic texts for teaching, research, and citation. Each includes bilingual Chinese and English texts on facing pages, extensive annotation, and supplementary material.
Series editors: Andrew H. Plaks and Michael Nylan
Please send book proposals to: Lorri Hagman
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In 17 BCE the Han dynasty archivist Liu Xiang presented to the throne a collection of some seven hundred items of varying length, mostly quasi-historical anecdotes and narratives, that he deemed essential reading for wise...
Commentary on the "Spring and Autumn Annals"
Zuo Tradition (Zuozhuan; sometimes called The Zuo Commentary) is China’s first great work of history. It consists of two interwoven texts - the Spring and Autumn Annals (Chunqiu, a terse annalistic record) and a vast...
Winner of the Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for a Translation of a Scholarly Study of Literature
Exemplary Figures (sometimes translated as Model Sayings) is an unabridged, annotated translation of Fayan, one of three major works...