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Conflicting Counsels to Confuse the Age: A Documentary Study of Political Economy in Qing China, 1644-1840 (review)

Conflicting Counsels to Confuse the Age: A Documentary Study of Political Economy in Qing China,... 124 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. ?, Spring 1998 communities, and so they are good places to observe a human community at work and at play, to note the awakened craft of its response to history." 4.See his own preface to the Soushen milan ÎSIÎÎ&|Ï> which he wrote in 1113 during the reign of Huizong '$tm. The Song edition of this text is included in the Xu Guyi congshu A-S-JESe. 5.See Tangdai congshu MiXWt (Taipei: Xingxing Shuju, 1971), p. 3. 6.See his reference to Fernand Braudel's "the three levels of historical change" on p. 65. 7.For the topoi or motifs in Tang fiction, see Karl S. Y. Kao, Classical Chinese Tales of the Supernatural and the Fantastic (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985), pp. 40-41. Cf. Campany, Strange Writing, pp. 260-265. Dudbridge uses the "inner and outer stories" formula loosely defined in Kao's book, but he fails to note Kao's discussion of the narrative structure of Tang zhiguai fiction. 8. 1 am referring to the texts concerning the "lingyan" MM (efficacy) generated from the recitation of the sutra, such as the Jingangjing lingyan ji aÉHffiiitoelE, by Xiao Yu URS (early Tang); the Mingbao ji ^SzIE, by Tang Lin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Conflicting Counsels to Confuse the Age: A Documentary Study of Political Economy in Qing China, 1644-1840 (review)

China Review International , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 30, 1998

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124 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. ?, Spring 1998 communities, and so they are good places to observe a human community at work and at play, to note the awakened craft of its response to history." 4.See his own preface to the Soushen milan ÎSIÎÎ&|Ï> which he wrote in 1113 during the reign of Huizong '$tm. The Song edition of this text is included in the Xu Guyi congshu A-S-JESe. 5.See Tangdai congshu MiXWt (Taipei: Xingxing Shuju, 1971), p. 3. 6.See his reference to Fernand Braudel's "the three levels of historical change" on p. 65. 7.For the topoi or motifs in Tang fiction, see Karl S. Y. Kao, Classical Chinese Tales of the Supernatural and the Fantastic (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985), pp. 40-41. Cf. Campany, Strange Writing, pp. 260-265. Dudbridge uses the "inner and outer stories" formula loosely defined in Kao's book, but he fails to note Kao's discussion of the narrative structure of Tang zhiguai fiction. 8. 1 am referring to the texts concerning the "lingyan" MM (efficacy) generated from the recitation of the sutra, such as the Jingangjing lingyan ji aÉHffiiitoelE, by Xiao Yu URS (early Tang); the Mingbao ji ^SzIE, by Tang Lin

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Mar 30, 1998

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