Bibliography for the Study of Chinese Literature in the Anglophone World

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Bibliography for the Study of Chinese Literature in the Anglophone World


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Chang, Kang-i Sun. The Evolution of Chinese Tz'u Poetry: From Late T'ang to Northern Sung. …

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