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by Richard Strassberg

  • Author: Richard Strassberg
  • ISBN: 0231055307
  • ISBN13: 978-0231055307
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Historical
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press; 1st Edition edition (October 31, 1983)
  • Pages: 456
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The World of K'ung Shang-Jen: A Man of Letters in Early Ch'ing China (Studies in Oriental Culture) ePub download

The World of K'ung Shang-Jen, A Man of Letters in Early Ch'ing China. By Richard E. Strassberg. Studies in Oriental Culture, Number 17). pp. xxiv, 456, front. New York, Columbia University Press, 1983.

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K'ung Shang-jen is most readily remembered as the author of China's greatest historical drama. The Peach Blossom Fan, but he is also one of those emblematic figures through whom we can see an age.

K'ung Shang-jen is most readily remembered as the author of China's greatest historical drama. A latter-day descendant of Confucius, he was heir to the central mysteries of Chinese civilization as maintained by his clan at the Confucian shrine of Ch'ii-fu.

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FIRST EDITION, hardcover in dust jacket. Published by Columbia University Press 1983. Publisher's statement: "This volume presents a biography and study of the life and times of the poet, playwright and art connoisseur K'ung Shang'jen (1648-1718). He was best known for his play The Peach Blossom Fan, generally considered to be China's best historical drama. A descendant of Confucius, he was also a favorite of the K'ang-hsi emperor and held office in the capital and the provinces. More than simply a biography, this book depicts K'ung's official career and the political and social life of his time. In its account of K'ung's own writings and his friendships with other poets and playwrights the book provides much information on his cultural milieu."
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