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dc.contributor.author许福吉 Koh, Hock Kiaten_US
dc.description.abstractFang Bao, an orthodox Confucian of the Qing Dynasty(1644-1911), is generally considered as the founding father of the school of Tong Cheng, the most important and influential school of prose writing in China from the eighteenth century through the early years of the Republic. A distinguished prose writer and crictic, Fang Bao has received considerable attention in recent years. His works had greatly influenced the development of the ancient-style prose of the Qing dynasty . His outstanding achievement earned him an important position in the history of Chinese prose, while his literary theories had secured him a special place in the history of Chinese literary criticism.en_US
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dc.title方苞研究 = A study of Fang Bao (1668-1749)en_US
dc.contributor.supervisorLeong, Weng Keeen_US
dc.contributor.schoolNational Institute of Educationen_US
dc.description.degreeDoctor of Philosophyen_US
dc.contributor.supervisor2Chan, Chiu Mingen_US
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