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Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China$
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Cynthia Brokaw

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780520231269

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520231269.001.0001

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Qing Publishing in Non-Han Languages

Qing Publishing in Non-Han Languages

(p.304) Eight Qing Publishing in Non-Han Languages
Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China

Evelyn S. Rawski

University of California Press

This chapter provides an account of the books written and published in non-Han languages in China during the Qing Dynasty. It describes the materials published in non-Chinese languages, and their authors, publishers, and readers. The chapter argues that the publication of literatures in Manchu, Mongolian, and Tibetan languages was stimulated in both direct and indirect ways by Qing rule.

Keywords:   books, non-Han languages, Qing Dynasty, Manchu language, Tibetan language, publication of literatures

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