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Reading illustrated fiction in the late imperial China

by Robert E. Hegel

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Chinese fiction -- Illustrations,
    • Illustration of books -- China -- Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912,
    • Book design -- China,
    • Chinese fiction -- Ming dynasty,1368-1644 -- History and criticism,
    • Chinese fiction -- Qing dynasty, 1644-1912 -- History and criticism

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-484) and index.

      StatementRobert E. Hegel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL2415 .H44 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 489 p. :
      Number of Pages489
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL683239M
      ISBN 100804730024
      LC Control Number97029977

      primarily studies of book culture. For example, see Robert E. Hegel, Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ); Julia K. Murray, Mirror of Morality: Chinese Narrative Illustrations and Confucian Ideology. Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. ISBN This study argues that the decline in quality of printed editions of fiction from late Ming to mid-Qing shows split into popular and literati novels.

      A reading of Hou Jing’s rebellion in Zizhi Tongjian (comprehensive mirror to aid government): The construction of Sima Guang’s imperial vision Chapter Eight. Female self-fashioning in late imperial China: How the gentlewoman and the courtesan edited her story and rewrote hi/story. Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford University Press. ISBN Kinkley, Jeffrey (). Chinese Justice, the Fiction: Law and Literature in Modern China. Stanford University Press. ISBN Latch, D. (). Introduction. In The Chinese Nail Murders (pp. 1–13). Chicago: The University of.

      Books True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ) Writing and Law in Late Imperial China: Crime, Conflict, and Judgment, ed. with Katherine Carlitz (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ) Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Book Reviews: Robert E. HEGEL, Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford: Stanfo January China Information. Wilt Idema; Read more. Article.


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Reading illustrated fiction in the late imperial China by Robert E. Hegel Download PDF EPUB FB2

This work explores significant physical aspects of the printed book in late imperial China to reconstruct the changing assumptions with which Chinese popular novels were originally read from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries.

It focuses on the previously neglected areas of book format, varieties of illustrations and their significance, and the theory and practice of reading.

Robert E. Hegel Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China Hardcover – April 1, by Professor of Asian Languages and Near Eastern Languages and Literatures Robert E Hegel (Author) See all formats and editionsCited by: It focuses on the previously neglected areas of book format, varieties of illustrations and their significance, and the theory and practice This work explores significant physical aspects of the printed book in late imperial China to reconstruct the changing assumptions with which Chinese popular novels were originally read from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries.4/5.

Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China Robert E. Hegel This work explores significant physical aspects of the printed book in late imperial China to reconstruct the changing assumptions with which Chinese popular novels were originally read from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries.

Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford: Stanford University Press, xxii, pp. 67 figs. Hardcover $, ISBN 0­­­: Clunas, Craig. Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China () examines changes in the style and aesthetic appeal of how fiction was printed.

图书Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. The author first considers the physical book itself, as a vehicle for reading and as an object for visual enjoyment, tracing the development of the format commonly used for popular reading materials, the blockprinted book in sewn volumes with.

3 David E. Mungello, The Great Encounter of China and the West, – (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, ), 78– 4 Robert E. Hegel, Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial Chin a (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, ), Despite the importance of books and the written word in Chinese society, the history of the book in China is a topic that has been little explored.

This pioneering volume of essays, written by historians, art historians, and literary scholars, introduces the major issues in the social and cultural history of the book in late imperial China.

Oxford University Press (China) Ltd., Storyteller: Oral Tradition in Modern China. Curzon Rewards. Quorum Books, Stephen Endicott. The United States Olga Borokh. Contemporary Chinese Economic Thought. Russian Academy of Sciences, Robert E. Hegel.

Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford University Ellen Hertz. Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China and Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China Both of these books deal extensively with printed and painted pictures made during the Ming dynasty (), commonly designated as part of the late imperial era.

The author explores the physical aspects of the printed book in late imperial China, examining the ways in which Chinese popular novels were read from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. It focuses on book formats, illustrations, and the theory and practice of reading illustrated narratives to explain the changes in popular literary trends.

This book is an outstanding accomplishment.” — Robert E. Hegel, author of Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China Maria Franca Sibau is Assistant Professor of Chinese at Emory University.

The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century. The Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature. The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature (Modern Asian Literature Series) Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China.

The City in Modern Chinese Literature & Film: Configurations of Space, Time, and Gender. Cynthia Brokaw spoke on commercial book production in the '19th-century hinterland,' while Robert Hegel addressed a specific case of illustrated fiction from the Ming-Qing transition period.

Brokaw's co-edited book, Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China - apart from further work of her own and of Hegel's - contains essays by two. Historical fiction set exclusively in China. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

“Discourse, Examination, and Local Elite: The Invention of the T’ung-ch’eng School in Ch’ing China.” In Education and Society in Late Imperial China, –, ed. Elman, Benjamin and Woodside, Alexander. Berkeley: University of California Press, ,– User Review - Flag as inappropriate Read the first chapter of the book for one of my Chinese History Course.

It talks about some general economic significance in late imperial China, and social structure's relation to the economic changes and educational 4/5(1). Hegel, Robert E.

Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China. Stanford University Press, Publishing and Print Culture in Late Imperial China, Special Issue of Late Imperial China (June ): This issue contains four articles on publishing in the period from circa CE to the last of the 19th century, with a.

Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China Late Imperial China () The history of the book and the impact of print culture are relatively new subjects in scholarship on.

The contents of this remarkable collection are highly diverse, and the author's lucid prose, imagination, skill, and diligence in explanation are to be celebrated."—Robert E. Hegel, author of Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China.Reading Illustrated Fiction in Late Imperial China by Robert E.

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