|The vision of China in the English literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries|
|Author||Hsia, Adrian 夏瑞春|
|Pub. Location||Hong Kong 香港||Publisher||Chinese University Press|
|Date||1998||Phys. Desc.||xi, 404 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Location||Hallway Cases||Call Number||PR129.C6 V57 1998|
|The vision of China in the English literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / edited by Adrian Hsia.|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-404).
Historical background : the continental connection / Adrian Hsia -- China in the English literature of the seventeenth century / Qian Zhongshu -- The beginnings of the influence of Chinese culture in England / Fan Cunzhong -- John Webb : a forgotten page in the early history of Sinology in Europe / Chen Shouyi -- China in the English literature of the eighteenth century / Qian Zhongshu -- Daniel Defoe, China's severe critic / Chen Shouyi -- Chinese fables and anti-Walpole journalism / Fan Cunzhong -- Dr. Johnson and Chinese culture / Fan Cunzhong -- Oliver Goldsmith and his Chinese Letters / Chen Shouyi -- Thomas Percy and his Chinese studies / Sir William Jones's Chinese studies / Fan Cunzhong -- The Chinese garden in eighteenth century England / Chen Shouyi -- The Chinese Orphan : a Yuan play : its influence on European drama of the eighteenth century / Chen Shouyi -- The Orphan of the House Zhao in French, English, German, and Hong Kong literature / Adrian Hsia.