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The Embodied Text

Establishing Textual Identity in Early Chinese Manuscripts

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In <i>The Embodied Text</i> Matthias L. Richter demonstrates how early Chinese manuscript texts can reliably be established on the basis of their material representation rather than on grounds of similarities with other texts.

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