This work is a comprehensive study of Han Yu (768-824), a principal figure in the history of the Chinese Confucian tradition.
Originally published in 1986.
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Table of Contents:
- FrontMatter, pg. i
- CONTENTS, pg. vii
- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, pg. ix
- Orientations, pg. 1
- CHAPTER ONE The Life of Han Yü, pg. 16
- CHAPTER TWO : The Politics of Empire, pg. 119
- CHAPTER THREE : The Oneness of the Sage, pg. 173
- CHAPTER FOUR: The Unity of Style, pg. 211
- NOTES, pg. 277
- BIBLIOGRAPHY, pg. 374
- INDEX OF HAN YÜ'S WORKS, pg. 405
- GENERAL INDEX AND GLOSSARY, pg. 422