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Chu ci tong shi / Wang Fuzhi zhuan
楚辭通釋 / 王夫之撰
Bib ID 6221092
Format BookBook
Author
Wang, Fuzhi, 1619-1692
王夫之, 1619-1692
 
Edition Xianggang chu ban. 
香港初版. 
Printer (1972 printing)
(1972 printing)
Description Xianggang : Zhonghua shu ju gu fen you xian gong si, 1960 
香港 : 中華書局股份有限司, 1960 
6, 3, 188 p., [2] p. of plates : ports. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Also issued online.

Compilation ascribed to 劉向.

Subjects Chu ci (Ancient Chinese poems)
楚辭 (Ancient Chinese poems)
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Chu ci (Ancient Chinese poems)

楚辭 (Ancient Chinese poems)

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