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CONTENTS Introduction 1 Chapter One: The Editing of Archaeologically Recovered Manuscripts 13 and Its Implications for the Study of Received Texts Chapter Two: Rewriting the Zi Yi: 73 How One Chinese Classic Came to Read As It Does Appendix One: An Annotated Translation of the Guodian and 111 Shanghai Museum Manuscripts of the Zi Yi Appendix Two: The Received "Zi Yi" 137 Chapter Three: The Discovery and Editing of the Ji Zhong Texts 149 Chapter Four: The Editing and Editions of the Bamboo Annals 210 Conclusion 294 Notes to Introduction 303 Notes to Chapter One 305 Notes to Chapter Two 336 Notes to Chapter Three 373 Notes to Chapter Four 405 Notes to Conclusion 441 Bibliography 445
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China -- History -- To 221 B.C. -- Sources.
China -- History -- Qin dynasty, 221-207 B.C. -- Sources.
China -- History -- Han dynasty, 202 B.C.-220 A.D. -- Sources.