[Middle of Chosŏn i.e. 16th-17th century]
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On double leaves, Korean thread binding.
Copper movable; size: 35.3 x 21.5 cm.; 82 p.
Yale Association of Japan Collection original call number: Db20.
In Korean (Hanmun).
Comments on philosophy and history from the Confucian standpoint of the Chu Hŭi school; being a Korean edition of the Taehak yŏnŭi, by Zhen Dexiu (1178~1235). This is a volume of Taehak yŏnŭi (commentary on the Chinese Confucian classic) written by Zhen Dexiu (pen name: Sŏsan), a scholar in Song dynasty China. This book was printed with Kabin typeface during the King Sŏnjo reign. There is a seal mark of the previous owner but it is unrecognizable.
3 v. in 1 ; 36 cm.
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