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The Odes: Object of Readings, Object of Discourse

Abstract : A case study, poem n°9 entitled “Han guang” 漢廣 (The Han river is large) and a series of commentaries associated to it, provides us with the opportunity to shed light on a variety of hermeneutic tool - on the use of narratives in particular. This finally brings us to apply Franc Schuerewegen’s postextual method to the text in order to find a literary way of reading the Odes.
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Marie Bizais-Lillig. The Odes: Object of Readings, Object of Discourse. Grammata, Literatura, Historiaque Serica: A Memorial Symposium in Honor of Bernhard Karlgren, Martin Svensson Ekström; Fredrik Fällman, Aug 2018, Göteborg, Sweden. ⟨halshs-01864875⟩

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