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Collection of Lu Ji (Chinese classical literature series) by 陆机

By 陆机

陆机(261—303),字士衡。吴郡华亭(今上海市松江县)人,以文名著称于世。祖父为东吴丞相陆逊,父为陆抗,他“少有奇才,文章冠世”。

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53 However pictures in books are just as likely to be advanced by publishers as an additional pleasure for the already literate, something giving the edition a market edge over competitors, or making potentially dull content more palatable. The idea of visual pleasure, of the desire to look, is to the fore here. It is the stated aim of the illustrations to Lii Kun's 'Female Examplars' (Guiftn) of 1591, which with its focus on women and the quarters they inhabit has an extra voyeuristic dimension for the male reader.

22 Bhabha's 'docile body ofknowledge' could scarcely be made more explicit. And what are these 'singular features' discernible in the sixteenth- and seventeenthcentury European setting which she sets out uniquely to document? J is perhaps even more significant than the changes undergone by picture, number or letter alone'; and 'Printing encouraged forms of combinatory activity which were social as well as intellectual. 23 These views, though controversial in detail, have become commonplaces of historical debate, with all sides of the argument accepting that printing, and most particularly its characteristics of plurality and reproducibility, changed something.

There are also illustrated explanations (tu shuoy. 39 This interest in pictures as 'recording the form' of plants is clearly removed to a considerable degree from the misprision of 'form likeness' found in aesthetic theorists concerned solely with painting, and begins to suggest a broader spread of attitudes to representation in the sixteenth century than those theorists would care to admit to. The enormous quantities ofpictures in circulation via the medium of printing may have sharpened such contradictions, and pushed the issue of representation to a head.

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