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Liu i-ch'ing's/Liu Yiqing 劉義慶 (403-444) Shih-shuo hsin-yü/Shishuo xiyu 世說新語 (a new Account of Tales of the World) and the Shih-shuo/Shishuo Genre


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Liu I-ch'ing's/Liu Yiqing 劉義慶 (403-444) Shih-shuo hsin-yü/Shishuo xiyu 世說新語 (A New Account of Tales of the World) and the Shih-shuo/Shishuo Genre
(Syllabus)
Nanxiu Qian Rice University

nanxiuq@rice.edu

Day One Introduction: The origin and the formation of the Shih-shuo/Shishuo genre

Reading:

Liu I-ch'ing /Liu Yiqing劉義慶, Shih-shuo hsin-yü [chien-shu]/Shishuo xinyu [jianshu世說新語[箋疏], commentary by YYu Jiaxi 余嘉錫:

Chapter 1, Te-hsing/Dexing” 德行 (Virtuous Conduct), 1/1 (stands for "Chapter 1/Entry 1), 1/4

Chapter 7, "Shih-chien/Shijian" 識鑑 (Recognition and Judgment), 7/1

Chapter 8, "Shang-yü/Shangyu” 賞譽 (Appreciation and Praise), 8/91

Chapter 9, "P'in-tsao/Pinzao" 品藻 (Classification and Embellishment), 9/35
Secondary reading:

Richard B. Mather's Introduction to A New Account of Tales of the World

Nanxiu Qian, Sprit and Self in Medieval China, Introduction and Chapter 2

Day Two Between order and disorder: Taxonomy of human nature

Reading:

Shih-shuo hsin-yü [chien-shu]/Shishuo xinyu [jianshu]:

Chapter 1, Te-hsing/Dexing” 德行 (Virtuous Conduct), 1/15, 1/16, 1/17, 1/21

Chapter 2, "Yen-yü /Yanyu" 言語 (Speech and Conversation), 2/48

Chapter 4, "Wen-hsüeh/Wenxue" 文學 (Literature and Scholarship), 4/8, 4/46

Chapter 23, " Jen-tan/Rendan任誕 (Uninhibitedness and Eccentricity), 23/1, 23/ 2, 23/9,

Chapter 24, "Chien-ao/Jian’ao" 簡傲 (Rudeness and Arrogance), 24/3

Chapter 29, "Chien-se/Jianse" 儉嗇 (Stinginess and Meanness), 29/2, 29/3, 29/4

Secondary reading:

Qian, Spirit and Self, chapter 4.

Michel Foucault, The Order of Things, xv-xxiv.

Day Three I/Thou and I/It: Characterization of human figures

Reading:


Shih-shuo hsin-yü [chien-shu]/Shishuo xinyu [jianshu]:

Chapter 1, Te-hsing/Dexing” 德行 (Virtuous Conduct), 1/3

Chapter 2, "Yen-yü /Yanyu" 言語 (Speech and Conversation), 2/93, 2/98

Chapter 4, "Wen-hsüeh/Wenxue" 文學 (Literature and Scholarship), 4/35,

Chapter 7, "Shih-chien/Shijian" 識鑑 (Recognition and Judgment)

Chapter 8, "Shang-yü/Shangyu” 賞譽 (Appreciation and Praise), 8/2, 8/8, 8/10, 8/15, 8/20, 8/20, 8/23, 8/153

Chapter 9, "P'in-tsao/Pinzao" 品藻 (Classification and Embellishment), 9/35, 9/38,

Chapter 12, "Su-hui/Suhui" 夙慧 (Precocious Intelligence), 12/3

Chapter 14, "Jung-chih/Rongzhi" 容止 (Appearance and Manner)

Chapter 17, "Shang-shih/Shangshi" 傷逝 (Grieving for the Departed), 17/4, 17/9, 17/11

Chapter 19, "Hsien-yüan/Xianyuan" 賢媛 (Worthy Ladies), 19/31

Chapter 21, "Ch'iao-i/Qiaoyi" 巧藝 (Ingenious Art), 21/13

Chapter 23, "Jen-tan/Rendan" 任誕 (Uninhibitedness and Eccentricity), 23/46, 23/47, 23/52, 23/53, 23/54

Chapter 25, "P'ai-t'iao/Paitiao" 排調 (Taunting and Teasing), 25/42

Chapter 36, "Ch'ou-his/Chouxi" 仇隙 (Hostility and Alienation)
Secondary reading:

Harold Fisch, "Character as Linguistic Sign," New Literary History 21.3 (1990):593-606;

Lacan, Jacques, "The mirror stage as formative of the function of the I as revealed in psychoanalytic experience," Ecrits: A Selection, trans. from the French by Alan Sheridan (New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1977), pp. 2-3.

Day Four The Seven Worthies of the Bamboo Grove and Perfected-Person (Chih-jen/Zhiren 至人) ideal in the Chuang Tzu/Zhuangzi

Reading:

Shih-shuo hsin-yü [chien-shu]/Shishuo xinyu [jianshu]:

Chapter 4, "Wen-hsüeh/Wenxue" 文學 (Literature and Scholarship), 4/32, 4/36

Hsi K’ang/Ji Kang, 4/5, 6/2, 18/3, 24/3

Juan Chi/Ruan Ji , 23/1, 23/2, 23/5, 23/7, 23/8, 23/9, 23/51

Liu Ling, 23/3, 23/6

Wang Jung/Wang Rong, 1/21, 17/4, 29/2, 29/4, 29/5

Hsiang Hsiu/XiangXiu, 2/18
Secondary reading:

Burton Watson’s translation of “Xiaoyoa you” 逍遥游 in the Zhuangzi

Day Five Women in the Shishuo xinyu

Reading:


Chapter 2, "Yen-yü /Yanyu" 言語 (Speech and Conversation), 2/71

Chapter 19, "Hsien-yüan/Xianyuan" 賢媛 (Worthy Ladies)

Chapter 25, "P'ai-t'iao/Paitiao" 排調 (Taunting and Teasing), 25/8

Chapter 35, "Huo-ni/Huoni" 惑溺 (Delusion and Infatuation), 35/2, 35/6

Secondary reading:

Richard W. Guisso, "Thunder Over the Lake: the Five classics and the Perception of Woman in Early China," in Richard W. Guisso and Stanley Johannesen, eds., Women in China, pp. 47-62.


Marina H. Sung, "The Chinese Lieh-nü Tradition," Women in China, pp. 63-74.

Nanxiu Qian, "Women's Role in Wei-Chin Character-appraisal," “Milk and Scent.”

References:
Fisch, Harold."Character as Linguistic Sign," New Literary History 21.3 (1990):593-606.

Foucault,Michel. The Order of Things: An Archarology of the Human Sciences, a translation of Les Mots et les choses. New York: Bintage Books, 1973.

Jacques, Lacan. "The mirror stage as formative of the function of the I as revealed in psychoanalytic experience," Ecrits: A Selection, trans. from the French by Alan Sheridan New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1977. Pp. 2-3.

Liu I-ch'ing /Liu Yiqing劉義慶. Shih-shuo hsin-yü [chien-shu]/Shishuo xinyu [jianshu世說新語[箋疏]. Commentary by Yü Chia-hsi/Yu Jiaxi 余嘉錫. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1983.

Mather, Richard B. Trans. A New Acount of Tales of the World. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1976

Qian, Nanxiu. “Women's Role in Wei-Chin Character Appraisal as Reflected in the Shih-shuo hsin-yü.” In Studies in Early Medieval Chinese Literature and Cultural History. In Honor of Richard B. Mather and Donald Holzman, edited by Paul W. Kroll and David R. Knechtges. Provo, Utah: T'ang Studies Society, 2003. Pp. 259-302.

-------. Spirit and Self in Medieval China: The Shih-shuo hsin-yü and Its Legacy. Honolulu: the University of Hawaii Press, 2001.

-------. “Milk and Scent: Works about Women in the Shishuo xinyu genre,” Nan Nü: Men, Women, and Gender in Early and Imperial China 1.2 (Fall, 1999): 187-236.

Spiro, Audrey. Contemplating the Ancients. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990.

Waston, Burton, tr. The Complete Works of Chuang Tzu. New York: Columbia University Press, 1968.






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