Travel & Geography / The World - Its Countries, and Divisions / Imperial  Peking.  Seven centuries of China by Lin Yutang Lin Yutang            Elec Books  Ltd,  1967: second impression of the 1961 edition: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8 by 11 inches tall: 227 pages including index: Black and white and colour illustrations: many full-page. Synopsis: A history and account of Peking, one of the oldest existing centres of civilisation,  written by a former resident. Lin Yutang records the  capital city's  historical achievements of a thousand years; the art and architecture; the temples of Confucianism, Buddhism, and  Taoisism: the palaces, pagodas, and the pavilions  of imperial pleasure and fantasy;  the influence of warlords,dowagers  and concubines; the architecture, art, painting and calligraphy; and the life, belief and fancies of the people in the 20th century and the Ming, Yuan, and Chin periods. The text is supported by 119 illustrations and 12 maps and diagrams . Condition edges of dustjacket rubbed and with small repairs: overall very clean and good           used books
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  • Book Title: Imperial Peking. Seven centuries of China
  • Author: Lin Yutang
  • ISBN: MWO0446677
  • Publisher: Elec books
  • Year Published: 1967
  • Our Normal Price: £26.40 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • 10% Discounted Price: £23.76 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • Description: Elec Books Ltd, 1967: second impression of the 1961 edition: hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8 by 11 inches tall: 227 pages including index: Black and white and colour illustrations: many full-page. Synopsis: A history and account of Peking, one of the oldest existing centres of civilisation, written by a former resident. Lin Yutang records the capital city's historical achievements of a thousand years; the art and architecture; the temples of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoisism: the palaces, pagodas, and the pavilions of imperial pleasure and fantasy; the influence of warlords,dowagers and concubines; the architecture, art, painting and calligraphy; and the life, belief and fancies of the people in the 20th century and the Ming, Yuan, and Chin periods. The text is supported by 119 illustrations and 12 maps and diagrams . Condition edges of dustjacket rubbed and with small repairs: overall very clean and good
  • Condition: Collectable- Good
  • Dustcover: Yes
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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