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《Collection of Women's Studies》 2008-03
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Reconsidering Lives of Huizhou Merchants' Wives Who Stayed behind at Home in the Ming-Qing Period

ZHAO Yun(Institute for Humanities Research at the East China University of Science & Technology,Shanghai 200237,China)  
Parallel to the Huizhou merchants,Huizhou merchants'wives,synonym to a group of women who stayed behind at home,were the largest group of women who stayed behind at home at the regional level in the Ming-Qing Period.The physical and emotional lives of these women in Huizhou were relayed to us truly and poetically by the classical Occasional poems,which were sympathetic to facets of lives of local people.Huizhou merchants'wives were not a "homoginous few",but a group of over a hundred thousands.This paper explores the question of what led such a large group of women to sacrifice for traditional ethics and rites for hundreds of years.
【CateGory Index】: I207.22
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