Table of contents for Text and ritual in early China / Edited by Martin Kern.

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Contents
Introduction: The Ritual Texture of Early China
MARTIN KERN	
1.	Toward an Archaeology of Writing: Text, Ritual, and the Culture
	of Public Display in the Classical Period (475 B.C.E.-220 C.E.)
MICHAEL NYLAN	
2.	The Composite Nature of Early Chinese Texts
WILLIAM G. BOLTZ	
3.	The E Jun Qi Metal Tallies: Inscribed Texts and Ritual Contexts
LOTHAR VON FALKENHAUSEN
4.	The Ritual Meaning of Textual Form: Evidence from Early
	Commentaries of the Historiographic and Ritual Traditions
JOACHIM GENTZ
5.	The Odes in Excavated Manuscripts
MARTIN KERN
6.	Playing at Critique: Indirect Remonstrance and the Formation
	of Shi Identity
DAVID SCHABERG
7.	Reimagining the Yellow Emperor's Four Faces
MARK CSIKSZENTMIHALYI	
8.	Text and Ritual in Early Chinese Stelae
K. E. BRASHIER
Works Cited	
Contributors	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Chinese classics -- Criticism, Textual.
Religion in literature.