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Metal typography, stone lithography and the dissemination of Ming-Qing popular fictions in Shanghai between 1874 and 1911

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Based on historical documents concerning reprinted or illustrated editions of Ming-Qing popular fictions and the sequels to some of them, this article presents a study of the widespread use of typographic and lithographic printing in Shanghai between 1874 and 1911 and the dissemination of Ming-Qing popular fictions. The advent and widespread use of typographic and lithographic printing had both positive and negative effects on the dissemination of Ming-Qing popular fictions, which finalized the transformation of Chinese fiction written in the colloquial style from traditional popular fiction to new fiction or modern fiction in the late Qing period.

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