Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-233) and index.
|Other titles||Nanjing in an age of utopian visions|
|Series||China program book, A study of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University, China Program book, Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University|
|LC Classifications||DS797.56.N365 W66 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 242 pages|
|Number of Pages||242|
|ISBN 10||0295741740, 029599469X|
|ISBN 10||9780295741741, 9780295994697|
|LC Control Number||2015002180|
City of Virtues examines the ways a series of visionaries, drawing on past glories of the city, projected their ideologies onto Nanjing as they constructed buildings, performed rituals, and reworked the literary heritage of the by: 7. William J. Bennett has collected hundreds of stories in The Book of Virtues, an instructive and inspiring anthology that will help children understand and develop character -- and help adults teach them. From the Bible to American history, from Greek mythology to English poetry, from fairy tales to modern fiction, these stories are a rich mine of moral literacy, a reliable moral reference point that will help anchor our . STUDIES OF THE WEAI BOOK SERIES. Chuck Wooldridge. City of Virtues: Nanjing in an Age of Utopian Visions (University of Washington Press, ) For information from the publisher, please click here.. Throughout Nanjing’s history, writers have claimed that its spectacular landscape of mountains and rivers imbued the city with “royal qi,” making it a place of great political significance. Chuck Wooldridge, City of Virtues: Nanjing in an Age of Utopian Visions (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, ). This book review has been published in The China Quarterly, vol. (March ), This book examines the transformation of Nanjing’s cityscape throughout the 19th century. Drawing on a wide selection of original materials (including poetic works,.
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The original version of the Book of Virtues by William J. Bennett is the one that I used. You can find it . The Book of the City of Ladies or Le Livre de la Cité des Dames, is perhaps Christine de Pizan's most famous literary work, and it is her second work of lengthy prose. Pizan uses the vernacular French language to compose the book, but she often uses Latin-style syntax and conventions within her French prose. The book serves as her formal response to Jean de Meun's popular Roman de la Rose. Pizan . The early manuscripts, dedicated to Margaret of Burgundy, Dauphine of France, refer to the book as The Book of the Three Virtues. Printed, post texts, published under the patronage of Anne of Brittany, had an altered title which made explicit reference to The City of Ladies. Many surviving manuscripts are connected to Margaret of Burgundy and her sisters (all of whom were used for . Each of these virtues, rather than being an inborn personal trait, are habits and states of mind that can be consciously cultivated using a systematic approach. There are many books written about each of these virtues. In this post I can only cover a brief introduction of each, and suggest some further reading.