Reading Philosophy, Writing Poetry: Intertextual Modes Of Making Meaning In Early Medieval China
Early medieval writers in China understood and manipulated a shared intellectual lexicon to produce meaning. Wendy Swartz explores how these writers developed a distinctive mosaic of ways to participate in their cultural heritage by weaving textual strands from a shared and expanding store of literary resources into new patterns and configurations.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Harvard Univ Council on East Asian
- ISBN-13: 9780674983823
- ISBN: 0674983823
- Publication Year: 2018