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By 向宗鲁

《说苑校证》是《汉书·艺文志》著录的“刘向所序67篇”中的一部分,是刘向校书时据皇家所藏和民间流行的书册资料,加以选择整理的具有故事性、多为对话体的杂著的类编,纂辑先秦及汉代的轶闻琐事,借以阐述儒家思想。该书在流传中多有散失,校证者在前人整理的基础上参校各本,博采群书,事义兼释,并辑佚文一卷。

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Unsure of his position so far from his base, Dong Zhuo burned the eastern capital to the ground and took the emperor back to Chang’an. The rebel was killed in the northwest in 192, and the young emperor was passed from warlord to warlord, as the empire broke up into eight regions. The leader of one region, Yuan Shu, declared himself emperor in 197, but his own people deserted him, and he died in misery two years later. He failed because the Han emperor, powerless though he was, still embodied the vanished unity to which all the warlords aspired but which none was able to attain.

After practicing this for two years, Qin’s customs grew worse by the day. Whenever Qin people had sons who grew to adulthood, if the family was rich they sent them out as separate households, and if they were poor they sent them out as indentured laborers. If someone lent his father a rake, hoe, staff, or broom, then he put on airs of great generosity. If a mother took a gourd dipper, bowl, dustpan, or broom, then her offspring would immediately upbraid her. Women suckled their infants in the presence of their fathers-in-law, and if the wife and mother-in-law were not on good terms then they snarled and glared at one another.

And Yuan (r. ) as his own father and grandfather. A fictive family was thus created that grafted the revived dynasty onto the last ruler of the Western Han who had produced an heir. Other changes took place in the geography of China during the first three reigns of the Eastern Han. As Emperor Guangwu abandoned the earlier offensive strategy on the northern frontier, the Xiongnu engaged in substantial raids. A large-scale flight to the south ensued, eventually leaving vast regions depopulated and hundreds of districts abolished.

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