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Stary G. A Preliminary Note on the Manchu Versions of Qianlong’s Poetical Collection Quanyun shi // Written Momuments of the Orient [Письменные памятники Востока], 1(8), 2008. P. 100-104.


The collection of historical poems entitled Yuzhi Quanyun, is a well-known literary work composed by emperor Qianlong in 1778. It contains 106 poems which are based - as the title itself reveals - on the “complete rhyme-cycle”, i.e. the 106 rhyme-classes of the so-called “Pingshui system”. The whole work is subdivided into five volumes. The first two are devoted to the foundation of the Manchu empire and its development till the Yongzheng era, whereas the following three volumes concern Chinese history from the very beginning till the Ming dynasty. Every poem is accompanied by long comments and explanations, mostly taken from the Chinese classics and indispensable for the comprehension and interpretation of the compositions...

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Manchu literature
Qianlong
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Yuzhi Quanyun

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