Shi san jing zhu shu
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The Shi san jing zhu shu (Chinese: 十三經注疏) is a famous Qing dynasty collection, edited by the scholar Ruan Yuan (Chinese: 阮元) (1764–1849) of the Thirteen Classics of Chinese literature, comparing many editions of each book, together with scholars' commentaries on the books. Ruan Yuan's version, considered the most careful, was originally published in 1815 and has been reprinted many times subsequently.
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