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Zeng Gongji's Draft, Song Dynasty, Liu Hanbi's Book, Paper Book, Handbook, 35 cm in length, 97.5 cm in transverse direction, running book, 33 lines, 623 words.
Volume Interpretation of Zeng Gongji's Deliberation Draft
There are Yuanhan, Jaundice, Dangerous Elements, Zhou Boqi, Shengjingnian, Ming Wei Ji, Zhang Jujie, Qing Wang Yi Xiu, Hu Ruying, Xu Zhengyi, Hu Yi's folk inscriptions and postscripts. The first quotation is the four words of Zhang Wenyuan's travel book "Xiangong Handze".
This volume is written by Liu Hanbi for Zeng Gong, a writer of the Northern Song Dynasty. Zeng Gong died because of the inferiority of officials, and only in the Southern Song Dynasty did he pursue the title of "Wending". This volume is a draft written by Liu Hanbi for Zeng Gong when he was a meritorious examiner and a foreign Lang. He kept his home for a long time. By the Yuan Dynasty, Liu's descendants were able to find a postscript describing the Ming Dynasty as the "ancestor of the Liu family". Only then did it become clear that this is the relic of Liu Hanbi.
Zeng Gongji's Commentary on Manuscripts is elegant and solemn in calligraphy, rich and pleasant in color, obvious in its side, with the attitude of Su Shi's lying pen, which is a rare precious ink mark in the world. At the same time, this book affirms Zeng Gong's important role in the alternation of prosperity and decline in the field of literature in the Song Dynasty, pointing out that "due to the inferiority of officials, there are many mistakes". Compared with the predecessors, both the name and the text are obvious, so the title of Shi is supplemented.