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Ancient Chinese Warfare (review)

Ancient Chinese Warfare (review) Features  303 a  preliminary  outline  of  patterns.”   e Th   same  might  be  said  of  his  Pictures for Use and Pleasure  in  regard  to  high  Qing  vernacular  painting.  For  anyone  who  might  share  James  Cahill’s  interest  in  better  understanding  Chinese  vernacular  paintings  and  the  socio-historical  contexts  in  which  they  were  both  produced  and  used,  there  is  much  to  appreciate  in  this  book,  which  will  undoubtedly  serve  as  a  starting  point  for  all  future  studies  of  the  subject. Michael  G.  Chang Michael G. Chang, author of A  Court  on  Horseback:  Imperial  Touring  and  the  Construction  of  Qing  Rule,  1680–1785 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2007), is an associate professor of Chinese history at George Mason University. NOTES 1.  James  Cahill,  e P Th ainter’s Practice: How Artists Lived and Worked in Traditional China   (New  York:  Columbia  University  Press,  1994). 2.  Susan  Bush,  review  of  e P Th ainter’s Practice: How Artists Lived and Worked in Traditional China  in  China Review International   1,  no.  1  (Spring  1994):  272. Ralph  Sawyer.  Ancient Chinese Warfare.   New  York:  Basic  Books,  2011.  576  pp.  Paperback  $39.95,  isbn  978-0-465-02145-1. Ralph  Sawyer  has  done  a  great  service  to  the  field   of  Chinese  http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Ancient Chinese Warfare (review)

China Review International , Volume 17 (3) – Jun 15, 2012

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Abstract

Features  303 a  preliminary  outline  of  patterns.”   e Th   same  might  be  said  of  his  Pictures for Use and Pleasure  in  regard  to  high  Qing  vernacular  painting.  For  anyone  who  might  share  James  Cahill’s  interest  in  better  understanding  Chinese  vernacular  paintings  and  the  socio-historical  contexts  in  which  they  were  both  produced  and  used,  there  is  much  to  appreciate  in  this  book,  which  will  undoubtedly  serve  as  a  starting  point  for  all  future  studies  of  the  subject. Michael  G.  Chang Michael G. Chang, author of A  Court  on  Horseback:  Imperial  Touring  and  the  Construction  of  Qing  Rule,  1680–1785 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2007), is an associate professor of Chinese history at George Mason University. NOTES 1.  James  Cahill,  e P Th ainter’s Practice: How Artists Lived and Worked in Traditional China   (New  York:  Columbia  University  Press,  1994). 2.  Susan  Bush,  review  of  e P Th ainter’s Practice: How Artists Lived and Worked in Traditional China  in  China Review International   1,  no.  1  (Spring  1994):  272. Ralph  Sawyer.  Ancient Chinese Warfare.   New  York:  Basic  Books,  2011.  576  pp.  Paperback  $39.95,  isbn  978-0-465-02145-1. Ralph  Sawyer  has  done  a  great  service  to  the  field   of  Chinese 

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jun 15, 2012

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