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Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 112

Writing for Print

Publishing and the Making of Textual Authority in Late Imperial China

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ISBN 9780674983830

Publication Date: 04/30/2018

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264 pages

6 x 9 inches

14 halftones, 1 table

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  • List of Illustrations [Table and Figures]*
  • Acknowledgments
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • I. Publishing Practices of Writers in the Seventeenth Century
    • 1. The Making of the Printed Text
    • 2. Publishing for Reputation
    • 3. The Economics of Print
  • II. Transregional Impact in the Eighteenth Century
    • 4. Censorship of Installment Publication in Qing China
    • 5. Transnational Circulation of Tanji congshu and Censorship in Chosŏn Korea
  • Conclusion: Publishing and the Making of Textual Authority
  • Appendix: Bibliographical Notes on Extant Editions of Zhang Chao
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • * Illustrations [Table and Figures]
    • Table
      • 5.1. Partial list of works by Chosŏn literati that mention works collected in Zhang Chao’s imprints
    • Figures
      • 1.1. Youmengying, 1.8a
      • 2.1. Portrait of Wang Zhuo titled Songxi zhuren xiang
      • 2.2. Portrait of Huang Zhouxing titled Jiuyan xiaoying
      • 3.1. Cover page of the first installment of Tanji congshu, Library of Congress edition
      • 3.2. Cover page of the first installment of Tanji congshu, Cornell University Library edition
      • 4.1. Cover page of Liweng yijiayan chuji
      • 4.2. Cover page of Shuoling
      • 4.3. Table of contents of Yu Chu xinzhi, 5a, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia Library, University of Tokyo edition
      • 4.4. Table of contents of Yu Chu xinzhi, 1a, reprint by Zhang Yi of 1760, National Taiwan University Library edition
      • 4.5. Table of contents of Yu Chu xinzhi, 1a, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia Library, University of Tokyo edition
      • 4.6. Table of contents of Yu Chu xinzhi, 1a, reprint by Zhang Yi after 1769, Ewha Womans University Library edition
      • 4.7. Table of contents of Yu Chu xinzhi, 1a, Qianlong reprint, University of Chicago Library edition
      • 4.8. Cover page of Yu Chu xinzhi, reprinted in Siku jinhuishu congkan
      • 5.1. Hong Hyŏn-ju, Wŏrya ch’ŏnghŭng to

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