This important work of twelfth-century Chinese scholarship is at once a gazetteer, an ethnography, and a natural history of south China - mainly Guangxi and Hainan - and its indigenous people. Now, for the first time in English, a complete and annotated translation captures its charm and significance for new generations of scholars. James M. Hargett is professor of Chinese at the State University of New York, Albany.Li Kan Zhupu xiangiu 1Tot rAyIIalt; (Bamboo Manual, with detailed emendations), skqs ed. Li Rongdian ^^k$k and Gan Guangqiu ttTfttt, eds. ... Chubanshe, 1998. Shen Ying et al., eds. Linhai yiwu zhi Urna#39;M^^JicJ- (Gazetteer Bibliography 275.
|Title||:||Gui Hai Yu Heng Zhi|
|Author||:||Chengda Fan, James M Hargett|
|Publisher||:||University of Washington Press - 2010|