""A vertitable ceremonial dinner of concise, valuable, trustworthy, and up-to-dateinformation (all ready through most sensible students within the field), Nienhauser's now two-volumetitle stands by myself because the usual reference paintings for the learn of traditionalChinese literature. not anything love it has ever been published."" --Choice
The moment quantity to The Indiana spouse to TraditionalChinese Literature is either a complement and an replace to the unique quantity. VolumeII contains over 60 new entries on well-known writers, works, and genres of traditionalChinese literature, by way of an in depth bibliographic replace (1985-1997) ofeditions, translations, and reports (primarily in English, chinese language, jap, French, and German) for the five hundred+ entries of quantity I.
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