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Considering the End: Mortality in Early Medieval Chinese Poetic Representation

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This book focuses on the representation of human mortality in medieval Chinese literature. This theme is observed and reconstructed through analysis of the work of eminent writers of the period, texts that have never been examined from an eschatological perspective.

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