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Notes on Literary Chinese

References

  1. Fuller, M.A., 2004. An introduction to literary Chinese, Rev. ed., Harvard East Asian monographs. Harvard University Asia Center: Distributed by Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
  2. Gentz, Jaochim and Dirk Meyer 2015, “Introduction: Literary Forms of Argument in Early China,” in Literary Forms of Argument in Early China, Gentz J and Meyer D (Eds), Leiden ; Boston: Brill, pp. 1-36.
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