A Sun Tzu Companion

Main Index

Contents

Preface

Attack &
Defense

A Psychological
Advantage

Attacking &
Defending Cities

Ambush &
Counterattack

The Baited Trap

Fire & Water

Traitors & Spies

Battle on the
Yangtse

K'ung-ming's
Southern
Campaign

Conclusion

Abreviations &
Bibliography

Abreviations & Bibliography

Abbreviation Key

This key corresponds to the code found at the end of each story in this book. From the left: the book abbreviation, name of the book, and last name of the translator or editor.

ACL - Anthology of Chinese Literature, Birch.

AMB - All Men Are Brothers, Buck.

FLWSB - Four Late Warring States Biographies, Kierman.

RGHC - Records of the Grand Historian of China, Watson.

RH - Records of the Historian: Chapters from the Shih Chi of Ssu-ma Ch'ien, Watson. (A supplementary volume to the preceding work.)

RTK - Romance of the Three Kingdoms - Brewitt-Taylor

TCL - A Treasury of Chinese Literature, Chai.

Bibliography

Birch, Cyril. Anthology of Chinese Literature. New York, 1965. Grove Press, Inc.

Brewit-Taylor. Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Rutland, Vt. 1959. Charles E. Tuttle, Co.

Buck, Pearl S. All Men Are Brothers. New York. 1933, 1937. Grove City, Inc.

Chai, Ch'u and Chai, Winberg. A Treasury of Chinese Literature. New York, 1965. Appleton-Century.

Griffith, Samuel B. The Art of War. New York.1963. Oxford University Press.

Kierman, Jr., Frank A. Four Late Warring States Biographies. Wiesbaden (West Germany), 1962. Otto Harrassowitz.

Rafe, Richard and de Crespigny, Champion. The Last of the Han. Canberra (Australia), 1969. Australian National University Centre of Oriental Studies.

Watson, Burton. Records of the Grand Historian of China. New York, 1961. Columbia University Press.

Watson, Burton. Records of the Historian: Chapters from the Shih Chi of Ssu-ma Ch'ien. New York, 1969. Columbia University Press



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