Reviews 83 to Yangming philosophy and interest in Three Teachings syncretism” (pp. 237, 240). The dream arc had run its course, almost as though it were a dream itself. Struve does discuss such later works as Dream of Red Chambers as a “legacy” of the dream arc, which did, after all, “[bequeath] . . . a wealth of ideas and techniques for exploring and portraying the human condition in cosmic perspective” (pp. 252, 256). So it wasn’t all lost to time; part of the dream arc was remembered. Lynn Struve has taken the study of the Ming-Qing transition to a higher (or perhaps to a lower, subliminal) level. The Dreaming Mind and the End of the Ming World is masterfully researched and ﬁnely crafted, rich in both context and detail. It will transport the reader to the fabulous and heartbreaking time that Struve and many other specialists so frequently visit. It is a wonderful contribution to the ﬁeld. Harry Miller Harry Miller is professor of history at the University of South Alabama, specializing in late imperial Chinese history. Eric Tagliacozzo, Helen F. Siu, and Peter C. Perdue, editors. Asia Inside Out: Itinerant People. Cambridge, Massachusetts and London: Harvard University
China Review International – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Mar 6, 2020
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