The Cambridge History of China Vol.2

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Re: The Cambridge History of China Vol.2

Unread postby Sun Fin » Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:29 pm

At least you guys had several hours to fall asleep. It was 10 PM in the UK when I found it. I did not sleep well, I just couldn't stop thinking about it!
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Re: The Cambridge History of China Vol.2

Unread postby Jordan » Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:59 pm

Jia Nanfeng wrote:
DaoLunOfShiji wrote:After Sun Fin told me about this last night I still can't come down from this high. I'm looking forward to this damn book.

I know what you mean!

In the same day I learned about the Eight Princes DLC, with narration by Jia Nanfeng, and this book.

I had to defib myself a few times.

Hahahaha, I had a very similar reaction to that trailer. It still blows my mind that we are living in this timeline.

I'm definitely curious about Jin, since I've never read that author, but I'm also a bit curious about what Farmer is going to bring to Shu-Han. There's a lot of lesser courtiers in Shu that I know very little about, and I know that Farmer has expressed interest in the Huayang Guozhi before. I wonder if we're going to get some anecdotes in English from that text which previously have not been translated.
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Re: The Cambridge History of China Vol.2

Unread postby PeanutButterToast » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:12 am

Now that I know that these books exist, I think I hear my wallet screaming in agony.
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Re: The Cambridge History of China Vol.2

Unread postby vvill » Fri Jul 19, 2019 10:32 am

Merry Xmas to me! Hoping there is lots of original material.

Never heard of Damien Chaussende, though a quick Google seems to indicate he publishes in French?
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