Everyday Life in Early Imperial China During the Han Period 202 BC—AD 220.
Dorset Press, New York 1988, 8vo, orig. sjirtingryggbind med omslag, 208 s., engelsk tekst, illustrert, brett på innbrettene på omslaget.
«The four centuries depicted in Everyday Life in Imperial China, the period of the Han dynasty, broke the ground for chief political, economic, cultural and social structures that were to characterize Chinese civilization for two millennia. The dynasty of the Han, was the first successful exponent of imperial power in China and, as such, did much to determine the patterns of Chinese life both during its own time of power and in the centuries that followed. Under the Han, force and law replaced an earlier system of personal morality and mutual responsibility.»