Michael A. Fuller

Michael A. Fuller is Professor of East Asian Languages and Literature at the University of California, Irvine.

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Cover: Drifting among Rivers and Lakes: Southern Song Dynasty Poetry and the Problem of Literary HistoryDrifting among Rivers and Lakes: Southern Song Dynasty Poetry and the Problem of Literary HistoryFuller, Michael A.HARDCOVER11/25/2013$59.95
Cover: An Introduction to Chinese Poetry: From the <i>Canon of Poetry</i> to the Lyrics of the Song DynastyAn Introduction to Chinese Poetry: From the Canon of Poetry to the Lyrics of the Song DynastyFuller, Michael A.HARDCOVER02/12/2018$65.00
Cover: An Introduction to Chinese Poetry: From the <i>Canon of Poetry</i> to the Lyrics of the Song DynastyAn Introduction to Chinese Poetry: From the Canon of Poetry to the Lyrics of the Song DynastyFuller, Michael A.PAPERBACK02/12/2018$45.00
Cover: An Introduction to Literary Chinese: Revised EditionAn Introduction to Literary Chinese: Revised EditionFuller, Michael A.PAPERBACK11/15/2004$29.95
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