yoshitsune wrote:3.) lu shi chun qiu 吕氏春秋 - a novelised version of history written by a prominent figure in the period.
Don't know if any of them is translated into English, so if anyone knows about this, please post.
This work is available in English via Stanford UP.
cao cao#1 wrote:where might I purchase the following books
Sanguo Zhi ( annals of the three kingdoms)
When you spot an English translation, let me know ASAP!
cao cao#1 wrote:The generall history for the aid of goverment by Sima Guang if this has even been translated.
I have a very old Harvard copy of this work, and it picks up where de Crespigny leaves off with "To Establish Peace" (see below).
cao cao#1 wrote:Generals of the South: The Foundation and Early History of the Three Kingdoms State of Wu (Faculty of Asian Studies Monographs) (Paperback)
by Rafe de Crespigny
De Crespigny's work may be had for free here: http://asianstudies.anu.edu.au/Early_Imperial_China