Literary Chinese


Literary Chinese
a) The language used from the end of the (220 ) to the early 20th century. In Chinese, .
b) The language used from the (1045 ) (especially the ), through to the end of the (220 ). In Chinese, . The language of many classics of Chinese literature.

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