The Bamboo Texts of Guodian: A Study and Complete Translation, Vol. 1 (Cornell East Asia Series)

 
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This study renders the complex corpus of the Guodian texts into a more easily manageable form, incorporating the past several years of scholarly activity on these texts and providing them with a comprehensive introduction along with a complete and well-annotated translation into English.

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