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The Intercultural Weaving of Historical Texts

Chinese and European Stories about Emperor Ku and His Concubines

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In <i>The Intercultural Weaving of Historical Texts</i> Nicolas Standaert analyses an early case of “intercultural historiography,” in which various Chinese views on marvellous births are interwoven with their European interpretations in the seventeenth and eighteenth century.

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