Chinese Literature - VSI - non-literature authors / works

Below are the other authors mentioned. Since the Chinese tradition itself didn't get differentiated out into a separate literature tradition until Eastern Han, this list includes many BCE works.



Classic of Changes
Classic of Documents
Springs and Autumns
Laozi (ca. 6th c. BCE): Laozi / Daodejing
Confucius (551-479 BCE): Analects
Sunzi: Art of War (ca. 4th c. BCE)
Discourses of the States (4th c. BCE)
Zuo's Commentary (late 4th c. BCE, attributed to Zuo Qiuming (ca. 4th c. BCE))
Mencius (372-289 BCE): Mencius
Zhuangzi (Zhuang Zhou, ca. 369-286 BCE): Zhuangzi
Han Feizi (d. 233 BCE)
Xunzi (ca. 300-230 BCE)
Sima Tan (d. 110 BCE)
Record of Ritual
Great Learning
Central Mean
Sima Qian (145-87? BCE): Historical Records (ca. 100 BCE); "Letter Replying to Ren An"
Ban Gu (32-92 CE)
Ge Hong (284-364): The Master Who Cherishes Simplicity
Kong Yingda (574-648)
Liu Zhiji (661-721): Generalities on History (710)
Zhu Xi (1130-1200)
Wang Yangming (1472-1529)
Hu Yinglin (1551-1602)
Complete Library of the Four Treasuries (1773-82)
Lin Shu (1852-1924)
Yan Fu (1853-1921)
Liang Qichao (1873-1929)
Mao Zedong (1893-1976): "Talks at the Yan'an Forumon Art and Literature" (1942)
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