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Creel, H. G.

Confucius: the Man and the Myth

Confucius: the Man and the Myth

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London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1951. First UK ed. xi, 337 pages: map; 23 cm; bibliographical references: p. 317-330. Very good(+) to near fine(-) with minor foxing to edges; else tight and clean. Hand some bookplate of one James Madison Ross to front paste-down. No jacket. Hardcover.

"A distinguished sinologist, Herrlee Glessner Creel (1905–1994) authored several insightful works about Chinese philosophy and early Chinese civilization. His comprehensive research and thoughtful analysis made significant contributions to the field and expanded understanding of Chinese history and culture. Creel's books, such as "Confucius: The Man and the Myth" (1949) and "The Birth of China: A Study of the Formative Period of Chinese Civilization" (1937), were characterized by thorough research, meticulous presentation, and a clear, accessible style. Even though his works are scholarly in nature, Creel managed to communicate complex ideas in a way that was accessible to both specialists and non-specialists, reflecting his polished writing style. Despite the complexity of the topics he explored, Creel's work has been praised for its readability and lucidity. His deep understanding of his subject matter and his ability to present it in a clear and compelling way have made his books valuable resources for those interested in Chinese history and philosophy." / Confucianisme. Confucianism.China

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