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Orthodox Passions

Narrating Filial Love during the High Qing

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ISBN 9780674241176

Publication Date: 12/17/2019

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384 pages

6 x 9 inches

6 illus., 3 tables

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  • List of Tables and Figures*
  • Preface
  • Chronology of Chinese Dynasties and Periods Relevant to This Study
  • A Note on Textual Conventions
  • Introduction
  • 1. Taking Filial Love Seriously
  • 2. Toward a New Paradigm of Emotions
  • 3. Changing Constructions of Filial Virtue in Local Gazetteers
  • 4. Filial Piety and the Empowering of Daughters during the Qing
  • 5. Rereading the Sentimental World of Story of the Stone
  • 6. Rethinking Interiority: Mourning Rites and the Construction of the Affective and Ethical Self in Auto/biographical Writings
  • Epilogue
  • Sources Cited
  • Index
  • * Tables and Figures
    • Tables
      • 1.1. Son–Mother versus Son–Father Filial Acts in Local Gazetteers
      • 1.2. Son–Mother versus Son–Father Flesh Slicing in Local Gazetteers
      • 3.1. Biographies of Filial Sons in the 1760 Tai’an Gazetteer
    • Figures
      • 3.1. Filial Sons in Tai’an Gazetteers, 1554–1929
      • 3.2. Filial Acts in Jiangning Gazetteers
      • 3.3. Filial Acts in Wujin Yanghu Gazetteers
      • 4.1. Women’s Filial Acts in Tai’an Gazetteers, 1554–1929
      • 4.2. Women’s Filial Acts in Wujin Yanghu Gazetteers
      • 4.3. Chaste Daughters in Qing Gazetteers

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