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Shi jing yi zhu / [Bian yi zhe ren ai bian ji bu]
詩經譯注 / [編譯者仁愛編輯部]
Bib ID 6888867
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Uniform Title Shi jing
詩經
Description Taibei : Ren ai shu dian, Minguo 63 [1974] 
台北 : 仁愛書店, 民國63 [1974] 
2, 2, 100 pages ; 22 cm. 
Series

Gu dian wen xue ji ben du wu.

古典文學基本讀物.

Notes

Reprint of the 1959 ed., with translation into coloquial Chinese by Yü Kuan-ying, published by Hsiang-kang wan li shu tien, Hongkong.

Other authors/contributors Yu Guanying  |  Ren ai shu dian. Bian ji bu
仁愛書店. 編輯部

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