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Fascinated and often baffled by China, Anglophone writers have turned to classics to provide interpretative paradigms and narrative shape to inform their understanding. This volume reveals key insights into British cosmopolitanism, which sought its bearings in the ancient past in encounters with Qing Dynasty China.

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Fascinated and often baffled by China, Anglophone writers have turned to classics to provide interpretative paradigms and narrative shape to inform their understanding. This volume reveals key insights into British cosmopolitanism, which sought its bearings in the ancient past in encounters with Qing Dynasty China.
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Chris Murray is Lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University. He is the author of Tragic Coleridge (2013), and Crippled Immortals (2018) -- a memoir about Zen martial-arts masters -- and has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society.