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Harvard East Asian Monographs 131

A Latterday Confucian

Reminiscences of William Hung (1893–1980)

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$27.50 • £22.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674512979

Publication Date: 03/30/1988


  • Preface
  • Part I
    • 1. Childhood in Fochow
    • 2. The Story of the Hung Clan
    • 3. Early Years in Shantung
    • 4. Adolescence
    • 5. Transitions
  • Part II
    • 6. Ohio Wesleyan
    • 7. Friends and Romances
    • 8. Turning Point
    • 9. On the Lecture Circuit
  • Part III
    • 10. The Repatriate
    • 11. Dean at Yenching
    • 12. Palaces, Murals, and High Finance
    • 13. Harvard: 1928-1930
  • Part IV
    • 14. Old Ties and New Friends
    • 15. Work and Students in the 1930s
    • 16. In and Out of Enemy Territory
    • 17. Incarceration under the Japanese
    • 18. Victory
  • Part V
    • 19. A Very Long Journey
    • 20. In Exile
    • 21. The Survivor
  • Epilogue
  • Appendices
    • Appendix I. A Partial List of Scholars Trained at Yenching University by William Hung
    • Appendix II. A Summary of Hung’s “Preface” to the Combined Concordances to Ch’un-ch’iu, Kung-yang, Ku-hang, and Tso-chuan
  • Bibliography
  • Glossary of Chinese Verses
  • Glossarial Index

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