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sou-shen-chi and the Chih-kuai tradition
Kenneth Joel DeWoskin
|LC Classifications||PL2665K35 S624 1974a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 338 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||338|
For this see Kenneth J. Dewoskin, "The Sou-shen-chi and the Chih-kuai Tradition" (Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, ). While this textual history clouds somewhat the literary provenance of the story of interest to us, still, it shows that our text can be no later than the early seventh century. Chinese clothing has undergone continuous transformations throughout history, providing a reflection of the culture in place at any given time. A wealth of archaeological findings coupled with ancient mythology, poetry and songs enable us to see the development of distinctive Chinese fashions through the ages. This illustrated introductory 5/5(4).
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See his "The Sou-Shen-Chi and the Chih-Kuai Tradition," pp. I have made some minor changes. 3 The Zhuangzi describes xiaoshuo thus: "If you parade your little theories and fish for high reputation, you will be far from the great understanding." The translation is Burton Wat-son's, amended by me.
See Watson, trans., Chuang-tzu. been completed in English: K. Dewoskin, "The Sou-shen chi and the Chih-kuai Tradition: A Bibliographic and Generic Study," Columbia University, (UM); L.
Foster, "The Shih-i chi and its Relationship to the Genre Known as Chih-kuai hsiao-shuo," University of Washington, (UM ).
DeWoskin also discusses the strange. Sou-shen Chi, is the oldest, richest, and most consulted example of the chih-kuai genre, an important division of classical Chinese literature demonstrating features of narrative technique and This is the first complete translation into a Western language of Sou-shen Chi, a fourth-century collection of extraordinary, fantastic and bizarre anecdotes and narratives/5.
The chih-kuai themselves attest powerfully to the fact that some men knew an extraordinary amount about things that fell outside the purview of traditional learning; some showed such an easy familiarity with the folk literature and legends of even non-Chinese cultures as to appear virtually bicultural.
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Find out more about sending content “The Sou-shen-chi and the chih-kuai Tradition: a Bibliographical and Generic.The stories were widely known and became part of the body of allusions that literate Chinese knew and used in their own writings.
For example, in the twentieth century Lu Xun retold, in extended fashion, a tale of magic swords that comes from Sou-shen Chi."--BOOK Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc.Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month Share.
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