The Chinese classics : with a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes
- by James Legge. In seven volumes.
- Hong Kong : Legge ; London : Trübner, 1861-1872.
- Physical description
- 5 v. in 8 : fold. col. maps, port. ; 28 cm.
At the library
Philosophy Library (Tanner)
Library has: v.1-
2. v.3:pt.1- 2. v.4:pt.1- 2. v.5:pt.1- 2
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- v. 1. Confucian analects. The great learning. The doctrine of the mean.--v. 2. The works of Mencius.--v. 3. The Shoo-king.--v. 4. The She-King.--v. 5. The Chun qiu, with the Zuo chew.
- Beginning date
- Ending date
- Imprint varies.
- Texts in Chinese with English translation and commentary.
- The work was originally planned for 7 v. The Yi jing and Li ji, which were intended to complete it, were published in Sacred books of the East, v. 16 and 27-28 respectively.
- Related Work
- Mencius Works. English & Chinese. 1861.
- Confucius. Chun qiu English & Chinese. 1861.
- Zuoqiu, Ming. Zuo zhuan English & Chinese. 1861.
- Si shu English & Chinese. 1861.
- Wu king. English & Chinese. 1861.
- Shu jing. English & Chinese. 1861.
- Shi jing English & Chinese. 1861.
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