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Author Stevenson, Mark
Title Homoeroticism in Imperial China : A Sourcebook
Imprint Florence : Taylor & Francis Group, 2012
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Note Intro -- Homoeroticism in Imperial China A sourcebook -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part 1 Histories and Philosophers -- 1.1 Extract from Remainder of the Zhou Documents (Yi Zhou shu), fourth century BCE -- 1.2 Extract from The Annals of Master Yan (Yanzi Chunqiu), fourth century BCE( ?) -- 1.3 Extract from Han Feizi (Han Feizi), third century BCE -- 1.4 Extracts from Zuo's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals (Zuo zhuan), third century BCE -- 1.5 Extracts from Strategies of the Warring States (Zhanguo ce), first century BCE -- 1.6 Extract from A Garden of Stories (Shuo yuan), first century BCE -- 1.7 Extract from Records of the Historian (Shiji), second to first century BCE -- 1.8 Extract from The History of the Former Han (Han shu), first century CE -- 1.9 Extract from History of the Chen (Chenshu), early seventh century -- 1.10 Extract from The History of the Ming , early eighteenth century -- Part 2 Poetry -- 2.1 Poetry Compendia -- 2.1.1 Poems from New Songs from a Jade Terrace (Yutai xinyong), compiled by Xu Ling (507-83) -- 2.1.2 Poem from Literature Collected and Arranged by Topic (Yiwen leiju, 624), compiled by Ouyang Xun (557-641) -- 2.1.3 Selected songs from Love Songs and Folksongs (Guazhi'er, Shange), compiled by Feng Menglong (1574-1646) -- 2.1.4 Selected songs from Folksongs from the Theatre World of Beijing (Beiping liyuan zhuzhi shi), compiled by Zhang Cixi, 1937 -- 2.2 Individual Poets -- 2.2.1 Tang Xianzu (1550-1616) -- 2.2.2 Wu Weiye (Wu Meicun, 1609-72) -- 2.2.3 Qian Qianyi (1582-1664) -- 2.2.4 Gong Dingzi (1615-73) -- 2.2.5 Chen Weisong (1625-82) -- 2.2.6 Yuan Mei (1716-98) -- 2.2.7 Jiang Shiquan (1725-84) -- 2.2.8 Zhao Yi (1727-1814) -- 2.2.9 Liang Shaoren (1792-?1837) -- 2.2.10 Li Ciming (1829-94) -- Part 3 Drama -- 3.1 Libretti
3.1.1 A Male Queen Consort , Wang Jide (d. 1632) -- 3.1.2 Act Ten from The Loving Perfume Companion , Li Yu (1611-80) -- 3.1.3 The Catamite , Huang Fangyin (late Ming) -- 3.2 Flower-Guides -- 3.2.1 Extracts from A Small Book on the Orchids of Yan (Yanlan xiaopu, 1785), Wu Changyuan -- 3.2.2 Extracts from Record of the Tear Stained Golden Stage (Jintai canlei ji, 1829), Zhang Jiliang (Huaxu Daifu) -- 3.2.3 Extracts from A Guide to the Jade Shoots of the dingyou Year ( Dingnian yusun zhi , 1837), Yang Maojian (Ruizhu jiushi) -- 3.2.4 Extracts from Fragmentary Records from Dreams of Past Glory (Menghua suobu, 1843), Yang Maojian (Ruizhu jiushi) -- 3.2.5 Extract from A Joint Record of Shining Lads (Mingtong helu, 1864), Yu Budiaotu and Dianchunsheng -- 3.2.6 Extracts from Words on Opera from Yueman Hall (Yuemantang juhua), Li Ciming -- 3.2.7 Extracts from A Record of Fragmented Dreams from South of Xuanwu Gate (Xuannan lingmeng lu, 1875), Shen Taimou -- Part 4 Fiction -- 4.1 From The Stones Nodded Assent (Shi dian tou), early seventeenth century -- 4.2 From The Forgotten Tales of Longyang (Longyang yishi), with Preface, 1632 -- 4.3 From Caps with Hairpins (Bian'er chai), early seventeenth century -- 4.4 From Fragrant Beauty Inspiring Ardour (Yichun xiangzhi), early seventeenth century -- 4.5 From Silent Operas , Li Yu, 1656 -- 4.6 From Peach Blossom Shadows , Xu Zhen, mid seventeenth century -- 4.7 From Liaozhai's Records of the Strange (Liaozhai zhiyi), Pu Songling, late seventeenth century -- 4.8 From A Precious Mirror for Grading Flowers (Pinhua baojian, 1849), Chen Sen -- Part 5 Miscellanies -- 5.1 Extract from An Investigation of Diverse Curiosities (Qingyilu), Tao Gu (903?-970) -- 5.2 Extract from Miscellaneous Records of Guixin Street (Guixin zashi), Zhou Mi (1232-98) -- 5.3 Extracts from A Fivefold Miscellany (Wuzazu), Xie Zhaozhe (1567-1624)
5.4 Extracts from A History of Passion in Classi. ed Outline (Qingshi leilüe), Feng Menglong (1574-1646) -- 5.5 Extracts from Unof. cial Gleanings on the Wanli Reign (Wanli yehuobian, 1606), Shen Defu (1578-1642) -- 5.6 Extracts from Dream Reminiscences of Tao'an (Tao'an mengyi) and A Langhuan Anthology (Langhuan wenji), Zhang Dai (1597-?1689) -- 5.7 Extract from Anecdotes of the Old Capital (Jiujing yishi), Shi Xuan, early seventeenth century -- 5.8 Extracts from Idle Talk Under a Bean Arbour (Doupeng xianhua), Aina Jushi, late seventeenth century -- 5.9 Zheng Xie's (1693-1765) love of male-beauty -- 5.10 Extract from What the Master Refused to Discuss (Zi bu yu, 1788), Yuan Mei (1716-98) -- 5.11 Extracts from Poetry Notes from the Garden of Spontaneous Ease (Suiyuan shihua, 1790), Yuan Mei (1716-98) -- 5.12 Extracts from Notes from the Hut for Observing Small Things (Yuewei caotang biji, 1793), Ji Yun (1724-1805) -- 5.13 Extracts from Notes from Unusual Autumn Rain Studio (Liangban qiuyu'an suibi, 1837), Liang Shaoren (1792-?1837) -- 5.14 Extract from Concealed Jottings in a Golden Ewer (Jinhu dunmo), Huang Junzai (1825-?) -- 5.15 Extract from A Collection for Burying Worry (Maiyouji, 1845), Zhu Yiqing (1795-?) -- 5.16 Extract from Dream Record of the Capital (Chunming menglu, 1922), He Gangde (1855-1935) -- Notes -- Principal source references -- Bibliography -- Index
Bringing together over sixty pre-modern Chinese primary sources on same-sex desire in English translation, Homoeroticism in Imperial China is an important addition to the growing field of the comparative history of sexuality and provides a window onto the continuous cultural relevance of same-sex desire in Chinese history. Negotiating what can be a challenging area for both specialists and non-specialists alike, this sourcebook provides: accurate translations of key original extracts from classical Chinese concise explanations of the context and significance of each entry translations which preserve the aesthetic quality of the original sources An authoritative and well organised guide and introduction to the original Chinese sources, this sourcebook covers histories and philosophers, poetry, drama (including two complete plays), fiction (including four complete short stories and full chapters from longer novels) and miscellanies. Each of these sections are organised chronologically, and as well as the general introduction, short introductions are provided for each genre and source. Revealing what is a remarkably sophisticated and complex literary tradition, Homoeroticism in Imperial China is an essential sourcebook for students and scholars of Imperial Chinese history and culture and sexuality studies
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Stevenson, Mark Homoeroticism in Imperial China : A Sourcebook Florence : Taylor & Francis Group,c2012 9780415551441
Subject Chinese literature -- History and criticism -- Sources.;Homosexuality in literature.;Homosexuality -- China -- History
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Alt Author Wu, Cuncun
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