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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Katharine Persis Burnett
|Description:||xxx, 414 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Some problems of expectation, or, speculations on why originality can't be a "traditional Chinese" value (when it is) --
Some problems of interpretation, or, discerning the flavors of a fine kettle of fish --
How ideas spread across China and among the classes --
The importance of a word: a discussion of critical terms --
What the texts say: originality in pre-seventeenth-century art theory and criticism --
What the texts say: originality in seventeenth-century painting theory and criticism --
What the texts say: originality in seventeenth-century calligraphy theory and criticism --
The other Dong Qichang --
What originality looks like --
The end of originality as the seventeenth-century knew it.
|Responsibility:||Katharine P. Burnett.|