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Women and Women's Writings from Antiquity Through the Middle Ages: Classical and Medieval Women Writers

Nancy Lee Swann (Essay Date 1932)

  1. III, 367: Chinese Recorder, XI (1880), 50.
  2. [Chinese characters deleted.]
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  4. The Nü Hsien or "Pattern for Women" is twice quoted by Pan Chao, but no further information concerning the contents of this lost book has been discovered.

    It may be that the manners and customs in the homes of the women of the Eastern Han period, as well as the responsibilities for the duties involved in them, will be revealed from further study of the Han relics discovered in Han tombs in Korea, see Harada: Lo-Lang.

  5. The Chinese marriage agreement is still generally made for the couple by their families. It is customary for the bride and groom not to meet before the wedding ceremony. Any such courting as may take place in...

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