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The Seduction of Authenticity: "The Story of Yingying"

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This paper explores the notion of authenticity and its implications in the Tang classical tale "The Story of Yingying" from the perspective of literati discourse formation. By constructing a problematic "authentic" romance and its public, the story succeeds in turning romance into a "reality." Signifying the symbolic entry of romance into the domestic space, the story reveals sophisticated strategies for adapting, validating, and expanding the Tang literati discourse on romance.

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2005-04-01
2016-08-29

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