The treason line.

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Treason by the Book, by Jonathan Spence, is a historical account of the Zeng Jing (曾靜) case which took place during the reign of the Yongzheng Emperor of China around Zeng Jing, a failed degree candidate heavily influenced by the seventeenth-century scholar Lü Liuliang, in October attempted to incite the descendant of Yue Fei, Yue Zhongqi (岳仲琪), Governor-general of Cited by: Although Treason by the Book is fiction, the novel is based on a historical incident that occurred in eighteenth-century China.

Jonathan Spence, a professor at Yale University, is a specialist in. ‘Treason’, by Berlie Doherty, is a wonderful, well-written story and she once again succeeds in producing a book that, along with being entertaining, has much to /5.

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Contents Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Abbreviations Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Shameful Business of Betrayal and Treason Larissa Tracy Part 1: The Politics of Treason 1 Wiglaf’s Sword: The Coming of the State Frank Battaglia 2 In Sickness and in Health: the Boethian Narrative of the Two Geralds of Brecon Sarah J.

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Jonathon Spence discussed his book [Treason By the Book], published by Viking. The book looks at an 18th century conspiracy by Chinese school teachers against their Manchu emperor.

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Spence notes, "It is a book about a world most of us have lost, in which the arrival of every stranger in one's home village was an event, to be mulled over and reflected upon for years." The treason that Yongzheng and his officials root out is only possible in such a world.

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