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《Journal of National Museum of China》 2015-04
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Postscript to Ru Tie and Interpretation of “Zishu”

Shi Anchang;  
. Wang Cai's Ru Tie [汝帖] is different from other Song dynasty printed copybooks for its coarse carving yet vivid representation. The obscurity of its postscript is possibly the result of the author's personal experience. The current author reads the postscript and concludes that while presenting calligraphy by famous artists, Ru Tie also contains many rubbings of stone tablets and bronzes from the antiquity to the Northern Dynasties that illustrate the evolution of writing. This reflects the influence of epigraphy, which was gaining popularity then, on the compilation of copybooks. In addition, after a textual research, it is found out that zishu [字书], as mentioned in the postscript, means "copybook" [字帖]. Such a special usage has been neglected in previous dictionaries.
【CateGory Index】: J292.1
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