What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th Century China

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Abbreviations

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, ed. Gengxin qi Hang lu (Weeping for Hangzhou, 1860 and 1861). 1896. In Wulin zhanggu congbian. Vol. Box 18 (folios 139–144), Qiantang: Ding shi keben. 1883–1900.

LJZYL: Liangjiang caifang zhongyi ju

. Liangjiang caifang zhongyi zhuanlu (Record of the Loyal and Righteous Gathered and Investigated in Liangjiang [Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Anhui]). 1887.

QHDSL: Kun Gang

, and Xu Tong , eds. Qing huidian shili (Collected Statutes of the Great Qing, With Precedents). Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1991.


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Anonymous. Courtesans and Opium: Romantic Illusions of the Fool of Yangzhou, trans. Patrick Hanan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

Anonymous. “Dongnan jilue

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Author’s Note xv
  • Chapter One- War 1
  • Chapter Two- Words 21
  • Chapter Three- Marked Bodies 65
  • Chapter Four- Bones and Flesh 99
  • Chapter Five- Wood and Ink 135
  • Chapter Six- Loss 175
  • Chapter Seven- Endings 203
  • Notes 209
  • Glossary 271
  • Bibliography 275
  • Index 305
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