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Sinica Leidensia v. 93
Yue jue shu 〈engl.〉
"The Glory of Yue" is the first translation into any Western language of the "Yuejue shu", a collection of essays on history, literature, religion, architecture, economic thought, military science, and philosophy related to the ancient kingdoms of Wu and Yue, in present day eastern China.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -421) and index
The Historical Background; The Yuejue shu; Chapter One: Basic Matters; Chapter Two: The Record of King Ping of Chu; Chapter Three: The Record of the Lands of Wu; Chapter Four: The Men of Wu; Chapter Five: The Book of the Young Master of Accountancy; Chapter Six: Asking for Food Aid; Chapter Seven: Stratagems for the Age; Chapter Eight: The Record of Fan Bo; Chapter Nine: Chen Cheng Heng; Chapter Ten: The Record of the Lands of Yue; Chapter Eleven: The Outer Tradition of the Young Master of Accountancy; Chapter Twelve: The Divination of the King of Wu's Dream.
Chapter Thirteen: The Record of Precious SwordsChapter Fourteen: The Nine Methods; Chapter Fifteen: The Record of Military Auras; Chapter Sixteen: The Pillow Book; Chapter Seventeen: The Tradition of Lord Chunshen; Chapter Eighteen: The Narratives of Virtue; Chapter Nineteen: Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; Index.
Translated from the Chinese
Erscheint auch als The glory of Yue
Yue jue shu