Tan Yuanchun

Tan Yuanchun (譚元春/谭元春, 1586-1637) was a prolific late-Ming scholar from Hubei.[1][2] Tan Yuanchun's work remains as an important resource for modern scholars.[1][3] He was an influential and best-selling author critic.[1] Tan is known as one of the "Ming masters of close textual reading".[4]

From 1614 Tan Yuanchun collaborated with his friend Zhong Xing on a bestselling poetry anthology Gu shigui (Models of ancient poetry), published around 1617, in three colours, with Zhong's and Tan's comments differentiated by colour.[1][5] Tan Yuanchun's work remains as an important resource for modern scholars.[1][6]

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  1. ^ a b c d e Kai-wing Chow (2004). Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China. Stanford University Press. p. 131. ISBN 978-0-8047-3368-7.
  2. ^ Swartz, Wendy (2012) "Revisiting the Scene of the Party: A Study of the Lanting Collection", Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.2 pp.275-300 (http://asianlanguages.rutgers.edu/images/stories/Faculty_Profile/facultydocs/swartz.lanting%20collection.pdf), 286-287
  3. ^ Swartz, Wendy (2012) "Revisiting the Scene of the Party: A Study of the Lanting Collection", Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.2 pp.275-300 (http://asianlanguages.rutgers.edu/images/stories/Faculty_Profile/facultydocs/swartz.lanting%20collection.pdf), 286-287
  4. ^ Swartz, Wendy (2012) "Revisiting the Scene of the Party: A Study of the Lanting Collection", Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.2 pp.275-300 (http://asianlanguages.rutgers.edu/images/stories/Faculty_Profile/facultydocs/swartz.lanting%20collection.pdf), 286-287
  5. ^ Swartz, Wendy (2012) "Revisiting the Scene of the Party: A Study of the Lanting Collection", Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.2 pp.275-300 (http://asianlanguages.rutgers.edu/images/stories/Faculty_Profile/facultydocs/swartz.lanting%20collection.pdf), 286-287
  6. ^ Swartz, Wendy (2012) "Revisiting the Scene of the Party: A Study of the Lanting Collection", Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.2 pp.275-300 (http://asianlanguages.rutgers.edu/images/stories/Faculty_Profile/facultydocs/swartz.lanting%20collection.pdf), 286-287