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《Journal of Beijing Normal University(Social Science Edition)》 2004-04
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A Study of “Hearsay” System for the Historical Data of Zuo-zhuan

GUO Chang-bao (School of Chinese Language and Literature, BNU, Beijing 100875, China)  
The main parts and their commentaries of Chun-qiu (The Spring and Autumn Annals) have their respective material sources. There were two ways of information access for ancient historiographers, i.e. "Cheng Gao" (Official Aviso) and "Chuan Wen" (Hearsay; Personal Communication). The former refers to the official reports from the historiographers of other states, which constitute the official recordings of history and are usually vague in interpretation because they followed the expression style of the witch history tradition. The latter is the information communicated personally among historians. The content of it is concerned with the reason and process of the event in question, and it may serve supplements to the deficiency of the former. While the former was officially recorded in "Dian Ce" (official recordings) while the latter in "Jian Du" (informal recordings) and became the personal or confidential documents. The two types of recordings usually vary to a large extent. And "hearsay" is the source of Zuo-zhuan.
【Fund】: 20 0 3年国家社会科学基金项目 (0 3BZW 0 2 0 )。
【CateGory Index】: I206.2
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