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This section of the book Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese Literature: A Reference Guide Part Two presents a note on some major and minor writers: San Cao, San Cui, San Xie, San Xie shi, San Zhang, San zu, Sanbi liushi, Sancai, Sanguo zhi, Seng Faxuan, Sengmian, Sengyou, Sengzhao, Shan ze si you, Shang jun shu, Shang shu, Shen Huaiwen. The book is a first Western-language reference guide focusing exclusively on Chinese literature from ca. 700 B.C.E. to the early seventh century C.E. Alphabetically organized, it contains no less than 1095 entries on major and minor writers, literary forms and "schools", and important Chinese literary terms. In addition to providing authoritative information about each subject, the compilers have taken meticulous care to include detailed, up-to-date bibliographies and source information.

Keywords: Chinese literature; major writers; minor writers

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