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    Title: 韓愈之昌黎先生集善本考源
    Researching Han Yu’s Original Rare Book Of Chang Li Anthology
    Authors: 王嘉鈴
    Contributors: 通識教育中心
    Keywords: 韓愈
    Han Yu
    Rare Book
    Chang Li Anthology
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2009-04-12 09:58:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 韓愈為中國文學史上重要文學家之一,其文學成就影響深遠。尤其所著之昌黎先生集,更是唐之後文學家必讀範本。因此本文從版本學的角度,針對昌黎先生集,作版本之考據分析。依年代,由宋朝至清朝,分別羅列出其現存刻本特色及流傳情形,並加註其目前圖書館收藏狀況。文中另述及臨國日、韓對此一著作的收藏現狀。
    Han Yu is one of the most important literary authors in Chinese literary history. Han Yu’s achievements affect Chinese Literature deeply, especially one of his masterpieces, Chang Li anthology, is the most classical one which literary authors have to read after Tang Dynasty. This article explores the circulation and collection of Chang Li anthology of every version from Sung to Chin dynasty, in the light of bibliog, and present collective condition. This article mentions Chang Li anthology how to be collected by Japanese and Korean as well.
    Relation: 嘉南學報(人文類) 33期:p.341-356
    Appears in Collections:[Chna Nan Annual Bulletin] No.33 (2007)
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