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Gu Yanwu () (July 15, 1613 – February 15, 1682), also known as Gu Tinglin (), was a Chinese philologist, geographer, and famous scholar-official in Qing dynasty. He spent his youth during the Manchu conquest of China in anti-Manchu activities after the Ming dynasty had been overthrown. He never served the Qing dynasty. Instead, he traveled throughout the country and devoted himself to studies.

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蒿庵閒話/ 張爾岐撰. 譎觚 / 顧炎武撰
by Zhang, Erqi, 1612-1677
張爾岐, 1612-1677
Changsha : Shang wu yin shu guan, Minguo 28 [1939]
長沙: 商務印書館, 民國28 [1939]
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