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This front matter section of the book The Huainanzi and Textual Production in Early China contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, the foreword and about the contributors. The Huainanzi, a compendium of knowledge covering numerous subjects, from self-cultivation, astronomy, and calendrics to the arts of government and the importance of education, is both a product and a reflection of the intellectual ferment of the early Han period. The collection of essays in the book raises new questions and proposes various answers concerning the textual production and reception of the Huainanzi.

Keywords: Early China; early Han period; Huainanzi.



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