Chinese Notes
Chinese Notes

Book of Song 《宋書》

The sixth of the standard Chinese histories, compiled by 沈約 Shen Yue, covering the Liu Song dynasty (420–479)

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Source

Wikisource, accessed 2018-05-20, https://zh.wikisource.org/wiki/宋書.

English translations

  • Dien, Albert E 2014, “The Disputation at Pengcheng: Accounts from the Wei Shu and Song Shu,” In Wendy Swartz et al eds Early Medieval China: A Sourcebook, e-book, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 57-84. This chapter contains parts of volume 59 and the corresponding passages from the Book of Wei.
  • Holcombe, Charles 2014, “On Land and Wealth: Liu Zishang's "Petition on Closing off Mountains and Lakes" and Yang Xi's "Discussion on Abolishing Old Regulations Regarding Mountains and Marshes",” In Wendy Swartz et al eds Early Medieval China: A Sourcebook, e-book, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 172-180. This chapter contains part of volume 54.
  • Discussion

    1. Chittick, Andrew 2015, “Song shu 宋書,” In Early Medieval Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide, edited by Albert E Dien, Cynthia Louise Chennault, Keith Nathaniel Knapp, and Alan J Berkowitz, Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies University of California, pp. 320–323.
    2. Knechtges, David R and Taiping Cheng (eds.) 2014, Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese Literature (Vol. 2): A Reference Guide, Part Two, Leiden; Boston: Leiden Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 1003-1005.