MING QING STUDIES is an annual periodical publication dedicated primarily to advanced studies concerning Late Imperial China and the geo-cultural area of East Asia in pre-modern and modern period. This journal provides a forum for scholars from a variety of fields seeking to bridge the gap between ‘oriental’ and western studies. Contributions by young and post-graduated scholars are particularly welcome. The articles in this volume concern historical problems, crime fictions, symbols in fine arts, the history of ideas, gender and literature.

Killing Di Gong: Rethinking van Gulik’s Translation of Late Qing Dynasty Novel Wu Zetian Si Da Qi’an

BENEDETTI, LAVINIA
2014

Abstract

MING QING STUDIES is an annual periodical publication dedicated primarily to advanced studies concerning Late Imperial China and the geo-cultural area of East Asia in pre-modern and modern period. This journal provides a forum for scholars from a variety of fields seeking to bridge the gap between ‘oriental’ and western studies. Contributions by young and post-graduated scholars are particularly welcome. The articles in this volume concern historical problems, crime fictions, symbols in fine arts, the history of ideas, gender and literature.
978-88-548-8073-3
MING DYNASTY, QING DYNASTY, CHINESE STUDIES
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