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Shi Yi Ji

Shi Yi Ji ([4]

The verb shiyi (拾遺) is translated by modern dictionaries as "to appropriate lost property", or, when used in book titles, "to make up for omissions". Accordingly, the work is based on "apocryphal" versions of early (legendary) Chinese history, which must have been produced during the Eastern Han Dynasty. For example, Shi Yi Ji's version of the story of Yu the Great has a yellow dragon and a black turtle helping Yu to create the geographical features of China, and to name them - details not found in Shan Hai Jing.[5]

Notes

  1. ^ Empresses and consorts: selections from Chen Shou's Records of the Three ...
  2. ^ Yang, Lihui; An, Deming; Turner, Jessica Anderson (2005), Handbook of Chinese mythology., ABC-CLIO,  
  3. ^ Alexander Wylie, Chinese researches
  4. ^ Chen, Jianing (1990), Chen, Jianing, ed., The Core of Chinese classical fiction, New World Press, p. 17,  
  5. ^ Lewis, Mark Edward (2006), The flood myths of early China, SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture, SUNY Press, pp. 104–105, 191–192,   (especially, notes 90 and 97)

References

  • 王嘉 on hudong.com
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