Volume XXXI (1974-1975)

Table of Contents



Articles

1-38
                


MING K. CHAN: The Historiography of the Tzu-chih t'ung-chien: A Survey

39-107


WINSTON W. LO: Circuits and Circuit Intendants in the Territorial Administration of Sung China

108-130


KAI-FU TSAO: K'ang-hsi and the San-fan War

131-150


YOUNG-TSU WONG: Feng Kuei-fen's Perception of Reform

151-171


EDMUND S.K. FUNG: Li Yüan-hung and the Revolution of 1911

172-204


LIN YÜ-SHENG: The Evolution of the Pre-Confucian Meaning of Jen and the Confucian Concept of Moral Autonomy

205-218


JANET A.H. KULLER: The "Fu" of the Hsün Tzu as an Anti-Taoist Polemic

219-287


FANG-KUEI LI (translated by G.L. MATTOS): Studies on Archaic Chinese

288-318


W. SOUTH COBLIN: The Initials of the Wei-Chin Period as Revealed in the Phonological Glosses of Kuo P'u and Others

319-333


PAUL B. DENLINGER: Chinese Tone and Southeast Asian Languages

334-343


PAUL B. DENLINGER: Beyond Tone in Sino-Tibetan

344-374


PAUL W. KROLL: The Quatrains of Meng Hao-jan

375-392


DIANA YU-SHIH CHEN: Change and Continuation in Su Shih's Theory of Literature: A Note on His "Ch'ih-pi-fu"

393-406


C.I. TU: The Chinese Examination Essay: Some Literary Considerations

407-445


IRENE EBER: Poland and Polish Authors in Modern Chinese Literature and Translation

446-474


CHANG KUANG-YUAN (translated by John Marney): The Mao Kung Ting: A Major Bronze Vessel of the Western Chou Period, a Rebuttal of Dr. Noel Barnard's Theories

475-487


DAPHNE LANGE ROSENZWEIG: Painters at the Early Ch'ing Court: The Socioeconomic Background

488-520


SIEGBERT HUMMEL: Materialien zu einem Wörterbuch der Žan- žun-Sprache

521-549


HARTMUT WALRAVENS: Zu zwei katholischen Katechismen in mandjurischer Sprache

550-554


ANDRE ECKARDT: Der Seinsbegriff im Koreanischen

555-613


HENRY SERRUYS, C.I.C.M.: A Genre of Oral Literature in Mongolia: The Addresses






Book Reviews

614-616


IRINA SERGEEVNA ERMAČENKO: Politika Man'čžurskoi Dinastii Tsin(g) v Yužnoi i Servernoi Mongolii v xvii v (HENRY SERRUYS)

616-618


JOHN E. SCHRECKER: Imperialism and Chinese Nationalism: Germany in Shantung (MICHAEL UNDERDOWN)

618-622


PAUL A. COHEN: Between Tradition and Modernity: Wang T'ao and Reform in Late Ch'ing-China (Y.T. WONG)

622-636


INGA-LILL HANSON (ed.): A Symposium on Chinese Grammar (PAUL L-M SERRUYS)

636-638


HASHIMOTO MANTARŌ: The Hakka Dialect: A Linguistic Study of Its Phonology, Syntax and Lexicon (PAUL FU-MIEN YANG)

638-640


CHOU HUNG-HSIANG: Pu-tz'u tui-chen shu-li (KEN-ICHI TAKASHIMA)

640-641


EDWARD H. SCHAFER: The Divine Woman: Dragon Ladies and Rain Maidens in T'ang Literature (WOLFRAM EBERHARD)

642-643


MICHAEL POLLAK: The Torah Scrolls of the Chinese Jews: The History, Significance and Present Whereabouts of the Sifrei Torah of the Defunct Jewish Community of Kaifeng (RUDOLF LOEWENTHAL)

643-645


Serta Tibeto-Mongolica. Festschrift für Walther Heissig zum 60. Geburtstag  (HENRY SERRUYS)

 
   
 

Monumenta Serica
Journal of Oriental Studies
Volume XXXI (1974-1975)

Volume XXXI (1974-1975)

Separata Available: 

Chan, Ming K.: The Historiography of the Tzu-chih t'ung-chien: A Survey

Chang, Kuang-Yüan: The Mao Kung Ting: A Major Bronze ...

Denlinger, Paul B.: Beyond Tone in Sino-Tibetan

Denlinger, Paul B.: Chinese Tone and Southeast Asian Languages

Eber, Irene: Poland and Polish Authors in Modern Chinese Literature and Translation

Eckhardt, André: Der Seinsbegriff im Koreanischen

Fung, Edmund S.K.: Li Yüan-hung and the Revolution of 1911

Kroll, Paul W.: The Quartrains of Meng Hao-jan

Lo, Winston W.: Circuits and Circuit Intendants in the Territorial Administration ...

Rosenzweig, D.L.: Painters in the Early Ch'ing Court: The Socioeconomic Background

Serruys, Henri: A Genre of Oral Literature in Mongolia: The Adresses

South Coblin, W.: The Initials of the Wei-Chin Period ...

Wong, Young-Tsu: Feng Kuei-fen's Perception of Reform

 

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