Journal of Song Yuan Studies

Volume 28 (1998)


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Articles

1 The Invention of a Faction in Song Historical Writings on the
Southern Tang
JOHANNES L. KURZ
37 A New Reading of Su Shih's "Poem of the Broken Lute"
CURTIS DEAN SMITH
61 What I Do Today Is Right: Picturing Tao Yuanming's Return
SUSAN E. NELSON
91 Xia Renzong and the Patronage of Tangut Buddhist Art: The Stupa and Ushnishavijaya Cult
ROB LINROTHE
123 Fowl or Beastial? A Defense of Ouyang Xiu's Poems on White Creatures
COLIN HAWES
155 A Parallel World: A Case Study of Monastic Society, Northern Song to Ming
ANTHONY DEBLASI
177 Bibliographic Notes on Sung Historical Works: Topical Narratives from the Long Draft Continuation of the Comprehensive Mirror that Aids Administration (Hsu Tzu-chih t'ung-chien ch'ang- pien chi-shih pen-mo by Yang Chung-liang and Related Texts
CHARLES HARTMAN

Research Notes

201 Sung Biographies, Supplementary Biography No. 3: Sima Guang (1019-1086)
XIAO-BIN JI
213 Xiao Guanyin: Her Tragic Life and Melancholy Poems
AIDONG ZHANG and WAYNE SCHLEPP

Review-Article

223

The Recluse of Loyang: Shao Yung and the Moral Evolution of Early Sung Thought, by Don Wyatt
CHU PING-TZU

Reviews

253 Ink Plum: The Making of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre, by Maggie Bickford
FREDA MURCK
264 Manchuria, An Ethnic History, by Juha Janhunen
RUTH W. DUNNELL
272 The Inner Quarters: Marriage and the Lives of Chinese Women in the Sung Period, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey
DOROTHY KO
277 Chu Hsi (1130-1200), Chu Hsi chi
CHARLES HARTMAN
279 Kung Yen-ming, Sung-tai kuan-chih tz'u-tien
CHARLES HARTMAN

News and Notes 283