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Chih-P'ing Chou
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Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (April 29, 1988)
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A new perspective on the rise and fall of the Kung-an School is offered as a key to understanding the development of Chinese literary criticism in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Series: Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions. Paperback: 184 pages. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.

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Professor Chou here offers a new perspective on the rise and fall of the Kung-an School as a key to understanding the development of Chinese literary criticism in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. His book focuses on the literary theories of YUan Hung-tao (1568-1610)-the leader of the Kung-an School-and his two brothers. Yüan Hung-tao and the Kung-an School (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions). 0521027659 (ISBN13: 9780521027656).

History, Literature and Institutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University. studies from both western and Chinese scholars. such as T’ai-p’ing kuang-chi 太平廣記, I-chien chi 夷堅志, various local gazetteers, epigraphical texts, poetry collections, texts of religious canon such as Tao tsang 道藏, and other historical records such as maps, exam records and geographical. The 134 secondary studies he uses include literary, historical, cultural, social, anthropological, and religious. To have such range of discussion in one coherent and well focused study of. a collection shows the effort put into and the quality of Dudbridge’s work.

Chih-p’ing Chou, Professor of East Asian Studies, specializes in modern Chinese intellectual history and late . Yuan Hung-tao and the Kung-an School (Cambridge University Press, 1988). Literary Criticism and Its Development of the Gongan School (Taipei, 1986).

Chih-p’ing Chou, Professor of East Asian Studies, specializes in modern Chinese intellectual history and late Ming literature. Hu Shi’s Thought and Modern China (Beijing, 2012) which has been selected as one of the best 100 publications of the year by several major media organizations in China.

Professor Chou here offers a new perspective on the rise and fall of the Kung-an School as a key to understanding the development of Chinese literary criticism in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. His book focuses on the literary theories of YÜan Hung-tao (1568-1610)--the leader of the Kung-an School--and his two brothers. Its core is a detailed study of the poetry and prose of YÜan Hung-tao, comparing his theories with his writings and analyzing systematically the merits and flaws of his work. The volume concludes with a discussion of the legacy of the Kung-an School, treating the School not only as the major force behind the expressive trend in the late Ming period, but also as one of the precursors of the modern Chinese literary movement.