Focusing on the twin themes of crisis and innovation the seventeen chapters in this book aim to illuminate the late ming and late qing as eras of literary cultural innovation during periods of imperial disintegration to analyze linkages between the two periods and the radical heritage they bequeathed to the modern imagination and to rethink the premodernity of the late ming and late qing . Book description this volume addresses cultural and literary transformation in the late ming 1550 1644 and late qing 1851 1911 eras although conventionally associated with a devastating sociopolitical crisis each of these periods was also a time when chinese culture was rejuvenated. Dynastic crisis and cultural innovation hardcover from the late ming to the late qing and beyond harvard east asian monographs 249 by david der wang editor wei shang editor harvard university press 9780674017818 620pp. Dynastic crisis and cultural innovation from the late ming to the late qing and beyond harvard east asian monographs hardcover february 28 2006 by david der wei wang editor wei shang editor 50 out of 5 stars 1 rating see all 3 formats and editions hide other formats . David der wei wang and shang wei editors dynastic crisis and cultural innovation from the late ming to the late qing and beyondcambridge ma harvard university asia center 2005 x 620 pp hardcover 6000 isbn 0 674 01781 1
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