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Early examples of “filial” cited in the text of my paper (by first date of publication)

More, Thomas, Sir, Saint
1533The second parte of the co[n]futacion of Tyndals answere in whyche is also confuted the chyrche that Tyndale deuyseth. And the chyrche also that frere Barns deuyseth. London: Wyllyam Rastell.Google Scholar
Hardyng, John
1543The chronicle of Ihon Hardyng in metre, fro[m] the first begynnyng of Engla[n]de, vnto ye reigne of Edwarde ye fourth where he made an end of his chronicle. And from yt time is added with a co[n]tinuacion of the storie in prose to this our tyme, now first emprinted, gathered out of diuerse and sondrie autours of moste certain knowelage [et] substanciall credit, yt either in latin orels in our mother toungue haue writen of ye affaires of Englande., Londini: In officina Richardi Graftoni, Mense Ianuarii. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.Google Scholar
Hall, Edward
1548The vnion of the two noble and illustre famelies of Lancastre [and] Yorke, beeyng long in continual discension for the croune of this noble realme with all the actes done in bothe the tymes of the princes, bothe of the one linage and of the other, beginnyng at the tyme of kyng Henry the fowerth, the first aucthor of this deuision, and so successiuely proceadyng to the reigne of the high and prudent prince kyng Henry the eight, the vndubitate flower and very heire of both the sayd linages. [Londini: In officina Richardi Graftoni typis impress.].Google Scholar
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
1581Seneca his tenne tragedies, translated into Englysh. London: Thomas Marsh.Google Scholar
Barrow, Henry
1591A brief discouerie of the false church. [Dort?: S.n.]Google Scholar
Gibbon, Charles
1591A vvork vvorth the reading VVherein is contayned, fiue profitable and pithy questions, very expedient, aswell for parents to perceiue howe to bestowe their children in marriage, and to dispose their goods at their death: as for all other persons to receiue great profit by the rest of the matters herein expressed. London: Imprinted by Thomas Orwin.Google Scholar
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Early examples of “filial piety” in works published between 1590 and 1699 cited in the text of my paper (by first date of publication)

Sidney, Philip Sir
1590The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. London: Printed by Iohn Windet for William Ponsonbie. [second edition, same publisher 1593]Google Scholar
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Coryate, Thomas
1618Mr Thomas Coriat to his friends in England sendeth greeting from Agra the capitall city of the dominion of the great Mogoll in the Easterne India, the last of October, 1616. Thy trauels and thy glory to ennamell, with fame we mount thee on the lofty cammell. London: Printed by I. B[eale].Google Scholar
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I. C.
1619The euer-burning lamps of pietie and deuotion Kindled by many excellent and heauenly prayers, deuided into the seuerall dayes of the weeke, and other occasions: To auoide which weake man hath continuall cause to retire into himselfe, and humbly confer with Almightie God. By I.C. London: Printed by George Purslowe for Richard Hawkins, and are to bee sold at his shop in Chancery-Lane neere Serieants Inne.Google Scholar
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1624Gynaikeion: or, Nine bookes of various history. Concerninge women inscribed by ye names of ye nine Muses. London: Printed by Adam Islip.Google Scholar
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1626A plea to an appeale trauersed dialogue wise. By H.B. London: By W. I[ones].Google Scholar
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1630All the vvorkes of Iohn Taylor the water-poet Beeing sixty and three in number. Collected into one volume by the author: vvith sundry new additions corrected, reuised, and newly imprinted, 1630. London: Printed by I[ohn] B[eale, Elizabeth Allde, Bernard Alsop, and Thomas Fawcet] for Iames Boler.Google Scholar
Shirley, James
1633The bird in a cage A comedie. As it hath beene presented at the Phoenix in Drury-Lane. The author Iames Shirley, servant to Her Majesty. London: Printed by B. Alsop. and T. Fawcet. for William Cooke.Google Scholar
1640A pastorall called the Arcadia Acted by her Majesties Servants at the Phaenix in Drury Lane. Written by Iames Shirly Gent. London: Printed by J[ohn] D[awson] for Iohn Williams, and F. Eglesfeild.Google Scholar
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1641The life of Merlin, sirnamed Ambrosius his prophesies and predictions interpreted, and their truth made good by our English Annalls: being a chronographicall history of all the kings, and memorable passages of this kingdome, from Brute to the reigne of our royall soveraigne King Charles… London: Printed by J. Okes, and are to be sold by Jasper Emery.Google Scholar
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1643A chronicle of the Kings of England, from the time of the Romans goverment [sic] unto the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King Charles containing all passages of state or church, with all other observations proper for a chronicle / faithfully collected out of authours ancient and moderne, & digested into a new method; by Sr. R. Baker, Knight. London: Printed for Daniel Frere.Google Scholar
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1673An embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham, Emperor of China deliver’d by their excellencies, Peter de Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer, at his imperial city of Peking: wherein the cities, towns, villages, ports, rivers, &c. in their passages from Canton to Peking are ingeniously describ’d / by Mr. John Nieuhoff …; also an epistle of Father John Adams their antagonist, concerning the whole negotiation; with an appendix of several remarks taken out of Father Athanasius Kircher; English’d, and set forth with their several sculptures, by John Ogilby Esq. London: Printed by the Author at his house in White-Friers.Google Scholar
Le Comte, Louis
1697Memoires and observations … made in a late journey through the Empire of China, and published in several letters. Particularly upon the Chinese pottery and varnishing; the silk and other manufactures … Description of their cities and publick works; number of people, their language, manners and commerce. Translated from the Paris edition. London: printed for Benj. Tooke.Google Scholar
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Sample of contemporary Chinese fiction translated between 1995–2014. Works in bold contain the term “filial piety” or “filial”

Chen, Diexian
1999The Money Demon. Translated by Thomas O. Beebee. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gu, Hua
1996Virgin Widows. Translated by Howard Goldblatt. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lu, Ping
2006Love and Revolution. Translated by Nancy Du. New York: Columbia University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mai, Jia
2014Decoded. Translated by Olivia Milburn and Christopher Payne. London: Allen Lane Press.Google Scholar
Wang, Lixiong
2008China Tidal Wave. Translated by Anton Platero. Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wang, Wenxing
1995Family Catastrophe. Translated by Susan Wan Dolling. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Xiao, Lu
2010Dialogue. Oxford University Press. Translated by Archibald McKenzie. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yan, Lianke
2011Dream of Ding Village. Translated by Cindy Carter. New York: Grove Press.Google Scholar
Yu, Hua
1996The Past and the Punishments. Translated by Andrew Jones. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zhu, Wen
2007I Love Dollars. Translated by Julia Lovell. New York: Columbia University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zhu, Lin
1998Snake’s Pillow and Other Stories. Translated by Richard King. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press.Google Scholar

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