1. Introduction: Emotion, Patterning, and Visuality in Chinese Literary Thought and Beyond
  2. Zong-Qi Cai, Shengqing Wu
  3. pp. 1-14
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  1. Su Shi Renders No Emotion
  2. Peter C. Sturman
  3. pp. 15-55
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  1. The Emotive Object in Medieval China
  2. Jeffrey Moser
  3. pp. 56-95
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  1. Chen Hongshou's Laments
  2. Anne Burkus-Chasson
  3. pp. 96-136
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  1. What Remains of Mountains and Waters: Fragments, Mutilation, and Creation in Early Qing Literature and Culture
  2. Yingzhi Zhao
  3. pp. 137-168
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  1. Image, Word, and Emotion: The Persistence of the Beautiful/Lovelorn Woman in the New-Style "Hundred Beauties" Albums (1900–1920s)
  2. Xiaorong Li
  3. pp. 169-204
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  1. Haunting, (In)Visibility, Filiality: Qiu Canzhi (1901–67) and Her Works of Mourning
  2. Hu Ying
  3. pp. 205-238
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  1. Nostalgic Fragments in the Thick of Things: Yuan Kewen (1890–1931) and the Act of Remembering
  2. Shengqing Wu
  3. pp. 239-271
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 272-273
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