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Department of Chinese, NTNU
Critics of the Ching Dynasty had numerous studies on the effect of the secular novel, Jin Ping Mei, on the creation of another masterpiece, The Dream of the Red Chamber. Modern scholars still have great interest in the successive relation of the latter with the former. However, did Jin Ping Mei really have decisive influence on The Dream of the Red Chamber? If so, in which aspect and how? On the other hand, is there any argument about such conclusion? This article aims to clarify the relation between Jin Ping Mei and The Dream of the Red Chamber. Further, the author tries to point out some potential "bias" that other scholars may have on this topic.
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