Pilgrims and sacred sites in China

edited by Susan Naquin and Chün-fang Yü

Until now, China has been scarcely represented in the burgeoning comparative literature on pilgrimage. This volume remedies that omission, discussing the interaction between pilgrims and sacred sites from the tenth century to the present. From the perspectives of literature, art, history, religion, politics and anthropology, the essays focus on China's most famous pilgrimage mountains as well as lesser known sites.

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  • Introduction: Pilgrimage in China Women Pilgrims to T'ai Shan: Some Pages from a Seventeenth-Century Novel An Ambivalent Pilgrim to T'ai Shan in the Seventeenth Century Chang Shang-ying on Wu-t'ai Shan Relics and Flesh Bodies: The Creation of Ch'an Pilgrimage Sites P'u-t'o Shan: Pilgrimage and the Creation of the Chinese Potalaka Huang Shan Paintings as Pilgrimage Pictures The Pilgrimage to Wu-tang Shan The Peking Pilgrimage to Miao-feng Shan: Religious Organizations and Sacred Sites Reading the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall in Peking: The Tribulations of the Implied Pilgrim

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書名 Pilgrims and sacred sites in China
著作者等 Joint Committee on Chinese Studies
Naquin, Susan
Yü, Chün-fang
Yu Chun-Fang
書名別名 進香
シリーズ名 Studies on China
出版元 University of California Press
刊行年月 c1992
ページ数 xi, 445 p., [2] p. of plates
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0520075676
NCID BA18196970
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国