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Mirroring the past : the writing and use of history in imperial China

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Title:Mirroring the past : the writing and use of history in imperial China
Writing and use of history in imperial China
Authors:Ng, On Cho, 1953
Wang, Q. Edward, 1958
Keywords:Historiography -- China -- History
Date Issued:c2005
Publisher:Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press
Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-294) and index.
The Age of Confucius: the Genesis of History -- From the Warring States Period to the Han: The Formation and Maturation of Historiography -- The Age of Disunity: Proliferations and Variations of Historiography -- The Tang: The History Bureau and Its Critics -- The Song: Cultural Flourishing and the Blooming of Historiography -- The Jin and the Yuan: History and Legitimation in the Dynasties of Conquest -- The Ming: Flowering of Private Historiography and Its Innovations -- The Qing: Histories and the Classics.
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xxiii, 306 p. 25 cm
ISBN:0824829131 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Appears in Collections: UH Press Publications - China, Hong Kong (China) & Taiwan

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