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« il: 10 Febbraio, 2012, 12:07:56 pm »
Buon giorno a tutti. Ho bisogno del vostro aiuto...sono in cerca ti libri sulla storia di Guan Yu e il suo culto, sia in italiano sia in inglese.Qualcuno può aiutarmi per la bibliografia?

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« Risposta #1 il: 10 Febbraio, 2012, 12:45:48 pm »
http://www.myzx.muc.edu.cn/plus/view.php?aid=706
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Cai Dongzhou, Wen Tinghai, Study on Worship of GuanYu.  Chengdu: Bashu Shushe, 2001.

 
Chen Shou, Sanguozhi (History of the Three Kingdoms). With a commentary by Pei Songzhi. Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju.

 
Cheng Dong, Soldiers in Beijing went to Guandi Temple to take their oaths, Great Exposition of Old China.  Beijing: Kexue Puji Chubanshe, 1997, p302.

 
Duara Prasenjit, Superscribing Symbols: The Myth of Guandi, Chinese God of War, The Journal of Asian Studies, 1988(11).
 
Guo Lefu, “The reason that Taiwan Compatriots Worship Lord Guan”, Shanxi Zhengxie Bao, May 26th, 1989.
 
Hobsbawn Eric, Mass-Producing Tradition :  Europe, 1870-1914, in Eric Hobsbawn and Terence Ranger, eds. ,  The Invention of Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983, p 271.

 
Huang Huajie, the Human and Divine Characteristics of Lord Guan. Taipei: Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan,

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Li Fuqing (Boris Riftin), Lord Guan Legend and Guandi Worship, Papers Collection of Lord Guan Cultural Forum in Shanxi, China, 2006.

 
Li Tianxi, The circulation and the Influence of Guandi Belief among Overseas Chinese, Journal of Huaqiao University (Philosophy and Social Sciences). 1997(2).

 
Liang Xiaomin, “Lord Guan is a symbol”, Economic Observer, June 26th, 2006.

 
Liang Zhijun, Human, God, Sage, Lord Guan.  Taiyuan: Shanxi Renmin Chubanshe, 1993, p401.

 
LIU Yonghua, The Shaping of Guan Yu Worship and Traditional Folk Culture, Journal of Xiamen University (Arts and Social Sciences). 1995(2).
 
Hu Deping, Why Should We Worship Guan Yu, Papers Collection of Lord Guan Cultural Forum in Shanxi, China, 2006.
 
Hu Xiaowei, The worship of Guan Yu and the Harmonization of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism, GuanYu, Lord Guan and Sage Guan. Beijing: Shehui Kexue Wenxian Chubanshe, 2002, pp. 384-406.

 
Liu Zhijun, On the Modern Significance of the Culture of Lord Guan, Study of Nationalities in Guangxi, 2003(01).

 
Meng Haisheng, Memory of Protecting Guandi Temple in Xiezhou, Journal of Literature and History 2007(5).

 
Shi Lin, Trace the Source of the Cultural Phenomenon of Lord Guan Belief, Journal of Hubei Normal University (Philosophy and Social Science), 1996(1).
 
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Ter Haar. Barend J., The Rise of the Guan Yu Cult: The Taoist Connection, in Jan A.M. DeMeyer en Peter M. Engelfriet eds., Linked Faiths: Essays on Chinese Religions and Traditional Culture in Honour of Kristofer Schipper. Leiden: Brill, 1999, pp.183-204.

 
Wang Lublin, The Opening Address on the Academic Conference on Guan Yu in Chinese History and Culture, Gunny, Lord Guan and Sage Guan. Beijing: Shehui Kexue Wenxian Chubanshe, 2002, pp. 1-2.

 
Wang Yi’e, Finest Temple of Military Culture-The Guandi Temple in Xiezhou, China Taoism, 1988(3).

 
Yang, C.K. Religion in Chinese Society. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p 64.

 
Yang Zheng, Local Explanation of Guan Yu’s godship, Journal of Henan University of Science and Technology (Social Science), 2005(6).
 
Zhao Yi, Nian’ershi Zhaji (Reading Notes of 22 Official Histories). Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju, 1984, pp154-155.

 


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