Women Poets of China

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IV.
Bibliography

This bibliography is arranged alphabetically by titles rather than by author, since the sources of the original Chinese poems have been listed by title in the notes, to facilitate comparison of texts. Most of the Chinese books listed here can be found in large university libraries in the United States. Entries for rare books include their location. A literal translation of titles is provided. In Chinese the surname precedes the given name.

Biographical Dictionary of Republican China. 4 vols. Ed. Howard L. Boorman . New York: Columbia University Press, 1967- 1971.

Ch'i Shih Nien Tai Shih Hsüan (Selected Poems of the 1960's). Ed, Chang Mo and others. Kaohsiung, Taiwan: Ta Yeh Shu Tien, 1967.

Chin Yung (The Golden Pupa). Hsiung Hung. Taipei: Ch'un Wên Hsüeh Yüeh K'an Shè, 1968. Location: the Library of Congress.

Chinese Women, Yesterday and Today. Florence Ayscough. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1937.

Ch'ing Tai Fu Nu + ̇ Wên Hsüeh Shih (A History of Women's Literature in the Ch'ing Dynasty). Liang I-chen. Taipei: Chung Hua Shu Chü 1958.

Ch'iu Chin Chi (A Collection of Ch'iu Chin's Writings). Ed. Chung Hua Shu Chü Shang Hai Pien Chi Shuo . Peking: Chung Hua Shu Chü 1965.

Chiu Shih Hsin Hua (Fresh Words for Old Poems). Liu Ta-pei. Shanghai: K'ai Ming Shu Tien, 1931. Location: University of Wisconsin.

Chu Shu Chên Tuan Ch'ang Shih Tz'ŭ (The Shih and Tz'ŭ Poetry of Chu Shu-chên's Collection of Broken Intestines). Hongkong: Kuang Chih Shu Chü, 1960.

Ch'üan Han San Kuo Chin Nan Pei Ch'ao Shih (A Complete Collection of the Shih Poetry in the Han, Wei, Chin, Sung, Ch'i, Liang, Ch'en Dynasties). 6 vol. Ed. Ting Fu-pao. Taipei: I Wên Press, 1960.

Ch'üan Sung Tz'ŭ (A Complete Collection of the Tz'ŭ Poetry in the Sung Dynasty). 5 vols. Ed. T'ang Kuei-chang, Peking: Chung Hua Shu Chü, 1965.

Ch'üan Thng Shih (A Complete Collection of the Shih Poetry in the T'ang Dynasty). 12 vols, 900 chüan. Ed. P'eng Ting-ch'iu and others. Peking: Chung Hua Shu Chü, 1960 (the Eighteenth Century edition).

Ch'üan Yüan San Ch'ü (A Complete Collection of the San Ch'ü Poetry in the Yüan Dynasty). 2 vols. Ed. Sui Shu-sên. Peking: Chung Hua Shu Chü, 1964.

Chung Hsiang Tz'ŭ (Tz'ŭ poems by the Many Fragrant). 6 vols. Ed. Hsü Shu-min and Ch'ien Yüeh. Shangheai: Ta Tung Shu Chü, 1933. Location: University of London.

Chung Hua Li Tai Fu Nü (Chinese Women of the Generations). Wang Fan-t'ing . Taipei: Commercial Press, 1966.

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