Table of contents for Printing and book culture in late Imperial China / Edited by Cynthia J. Brokaw and Kai-wing Chow.


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Contents
List of Illustrations and Tables	000
Acknowledgments	000
Abbreviations	000
Part I: Introduction	
1. On the History of the Book in China	000
Cynthia J. Brokaw	
2. The Ascendance of the Imprint in China	000
Joseph McDermott	
Part II: Commercial Publishing and the Expanding Market for Books	
3. Of Three Mountains Street: The Commercial Publishers of Ming Nanjing	000
Lucille Chia	
4. Constructing New Reading Publics in Late Ming China	000
Anne E. McLaren	
5. Reading the Best-Sellers of the Nineteenth Century: Commercial Publications from 
Sibao	000
 Cynthia J. Brokaw	
Part III: Publishing for Specialized Audiences	
6. Niche Marketing for Late Imperial Chinese Fiction	000
Robert E. Hegel	
7. Printing as Performance: Literati Playwright-Publishers
of the Late Ming	000
Katherine Carlitz	
8. Qing Publishing in Non-Han Languages	000
 Evelyn S. Rawski	
9. "Preserving the Bonds of Kin": Genealogy Masters and Genealogy Production in the 
Jiangsu-Zhejiang Area in the Qing and Republican 
Periods	000
Xu Xiaoman	
Part IV: The Book as a Visual Medium	
10. Visual Hermeneutics and the Act of Turning the Leaf: A Genealogy of Liu Yuan's 
Lingyan ge	000
Anne Burkus-Chasson	
11. Didactic Illustrations in Printed Books: Choice and Consequence	000
Julia K. Murray	
Glossary	000
Works Cited	000
Contributors	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Publishers and publishing China History, Books China History, China History Ming dynasty, 1368-1644, China History Qing dynasty, 1644-1912