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Hua ting shi cao : shi ba juan, cao ci : san juan / Zhu Fu zhuan
畫亭詩草 : 十八卷 ; 詞草 : 三卷 / 朱黼撰
Bib ID 3545593
Format BookBook
Author
Zhu, Fu
朱黼
 
Description [Beijing] : Beijing chu ban she, [2000] 
[北京] : 北京出版社, [2000] 
p. 59-226 ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 7200034711
Series

Si ku wei shou shu ji kan. Di 10 ji ; 27.

四庫未收書輯刊. 第10輯 ; 27.

Notes

Ju Qing Qianlong si shi san nian Tai yue shan fang ke zeng xiu ben.

Each page represents two folded leaves in the original.

Yu xia lie deng tong ben: Han xun shi / Wu Kai zhuan.

據淸乾隆四十三年太岳山房刻增修本.

每面載原書兩葉.

與下列等同本: 含薰詩 / 吳楷撰.

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