Ta hio :
the great learning /
newly rendered into the American language by Ezra Pound.
|Related Names:||Pound, Ezra 1885-1972., Zengzi 505-437 or 6 B.C., Confucius.|
Seattle : University of Washington Book Store, 1928.
"The Confucian classics are customarily divided into the Five ching and the Four shu. The first of the Four shu (or books) is the Ta hio, a work of which the fist chapter is ascribed to Confucius, and the remainder to one of his disciples, Thseng-tseu (Tsang Tzu)."--Note.
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