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Series: Cornell East Asia Series Volume 84 (Book 84). Paperback: 424 pages. This book (a reprint, it was originally published in 1968) is a critical introduction to the "classic" Chinese novels.
Series: Cornell East Asia Series Volume 84 (Book 84). Publisher: Cornell Univ East Asia Program (September 1996). Specifically, it has chapters on The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, The Water Margin, Journey to the West, Chin P'ing Mei, The Scholars, and Dream of the Red Chamber. There is also an appendix on "Society and Self in the Chinese Story" and bibliographies of translations and other works about each novel.
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The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. The Classic Chinese Novel: a Critical Introduction Zhong Guo Gu Dian Xiao Shuo. New York: Columbia University. Journal of the American Orient Society, Vol. 91, No. 2 (April-June 1971), 359. ^ Birch, Cyril. The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. 2 (April-June 1971), 361. ^ Andrew H. Plaks, The Four Masterworks of the Ming Novel: Ssu Ta Ch'i-Shu (Princeton, . Love, Society, and the Novel. Taipei: Pure Literature Pub.
T. Hsia studies in depth the six landmarks of Chinese fiction: The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, The Water Margin, Journey to the West, Chin P'ing Mei, The Scholars, and Dream of the Red Chamber. Hailed as a classic upon its publication in 1968, The Classic Chinese Novel has remained the best singlevolume critical introduction to the subject for the serious student as well as the cultivated reader.
The Classic Chinese Novel : A Critical Introduction. Cornell East Asia Series Volume 84. English. By (author) Professor Emeritus of Chinese C T Hsia, By (author) Chih-Tsing Hsia. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. New York: Cornell University East Asia Program. A Brief History of Chinese Fiction 中國小說史略, vol. 9 of The Collected Works of L u Xun 魯迅全集. Ideal Code, Real World: A t Theory of Morality. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Beijing 北京: Renmin Wenxue Chubanshe 人民文學出版社.
Since its inception in 1973 as a venue for publishing papers that were submitted to the East Asia Program, the Series has grown into its current status as a publisher with a scholarly reputation for quality, filling a niche for scholars seeking specialized academic titles.
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In sinology, the Classic Chinese Novels are two sets of the four or six best-known traditional Chinese novels. Mark Bender, Literature in East Asia Archived 2012-03-30 at the Wayback Machine. Anne Elizabeth McLaren (1998). Chinese University Press. p. 3. ISBN 9789629966577. Berry, Margaret (2010). Chinese popular culture and Ming chantefables. Also includes a useful introduction and bibliography (on translations and critical studies) and a revised article, Society and Self in the Chinese Short Story. Idema, Wilt . and Lloyd Haft. Cornell East Asia 84. Ithaca, NY: East Asia Program, Cornell University, 1996. E-mail Citation . Originally published in 1968 (New York: Columbia University Press). A pioneering work in English of literary study on the six canonic novels: Sanguozhi yanyi, Shuihu zhuan, Xiyou ji, Jin Ping Mei, Rulin waishi, and Honglou meng. A Guide to Chinese Literature.