Catalog Record: The Chinese classics : with a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Chinese classics : with a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes / by James Legge.

Related Names: Legge, James 1815-1897.
Language(s): English
Published: Taipei, Republic of China : Southern Materials Center, 1985.
Subjects: Chinese literature > Translations into English.
Chinese literature.
China > History.
Note: v. 1-2. Lun yü, ta hsüeh, chung yung, Meng-tzu -- v. 3. Shang shu -- v. 4. Shih ching -- v. 5. Chʻun chʻiu, tso chuan.
Includes indexes.
"Reprinted from the last editions of the Oxford University Press. A number of errata listed by James Legge have been corrected in the text. Added at the front of each volume are concordance tables to later translations in English, French and German and to the Shih-san-ching chu-shu fu chiao-k'an-chi ... Shanghai, 1935"--Half title verse.
Text in Chinese and English.
Physical Description: 5 v. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN: 9576380421 (v. 5)
9576380413 (v. 4)
9576380405 (v. 3)
9576380391 (v. 1&2)
9576380383 (set)
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