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Paul Ropp is the Andrea and Peter Klein Professor of History at Clark University and author of Banished Immortal: Searching for Shuangqing, China's Peasant Woman Poet.
Table of Contents
|Editors' Preface||p. ix|
|The Formative Age: Beginnings to Third Century BCE||p. 1|
|The First Empires: Qin (221-206 BCE) and Han (206 BCE -220 CE)||p. 20|
|The Era of Division (220-589)||p. 37|
|Reunified Empires: Sui (581-618) and Tang (618-907)||p. 50|
|Diminished Empire and Nomadic Challengers: Song (960-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368)||p. 67|
|Early Modern China: Ming (1368-1644) and Early Qing (1644-1800)||p. 85|
|Decline, Fall, and Aftermath of the Qing Empire (1800-1920)||p. 102|
|Civil Wars, Invasion, and the Rise of Communism (1920-1949)||p. 119|
|The People's Republic of China (1949 to the Present)||p. 135|
|Further Reading||p. 167|
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