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An Addition to the Copy of Jiao Xun's Manuscript of Mao Poetry with Commentaries (1)
The Ji Gu Attic version of Jiao Xun's Manucript of Mao Poetry with Commentaries was the beginning step for Jiao Xun's research on Mao Poetry. It cost him more than ten years to finish this book. Hence this book was a firm basis for him to continue his research and writings on Mao Poetry Through reading this original Jiao Xun's manuscript, we could inspect his strudying progress and process. This article is written according to the former three volumes of this manuscript, including chapters of Zhou-nan, Shaonan, Bay, Yong, and Wei, in the way of consulting with Jiao Xun's later writing----Mao Poetry with Complementary Commentaries, and Ruan Yuan's book----the Record of Collating Mao Poetry with Commentaries. To make a comprehensive survey of the former three volumes of the manuscript, we could know that Jiao Xun wrote it in the way of consulting with Ruan Yuan's bool and citing opinions from scholars at his time. Besides, Jiao Xun truthfully recorded time, place, and situation after he finished writing commentaries of a volume, adn he compared different versions of Mao Poetry. Such a writing style could let us know how Jiao Xun using the methodology of textual criticism in the era of Qian Long to Jia Jing. The full text of Manuscript of Mao Poetry with Commentaries is properly arranged, and it is also a shortcut for us to understand Jiao Xun's attitude and style toward his research.
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