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- Author(s)Patrick Anderson
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication09/12/2016
- GenreRegional History
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note2 black & white tables, 7 black & white halftones, 4 black & white line drawings
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction Chapter One: Sun Yatsen and the British Press in Late 1896 Chapter Two: 'The Canton Conspiracy'. Chapter Three: A Published Author. Chapter Four: In Search of the Rabbi Edwin Collins, 1858-1936. Chapter Five: Edwin Collins and the Writer's Life. Chapter Six: The 'Apostle of the Simple Life for Children': Edwin Collins and the New Education. Chapter Seven: Sun Yatsen and the Collins Household. Chapter Eight: Revolution from Below, Not Reform from Above: Writings Found, 1897-8. Chapter Nine: Writings Lost: Sun Yatsen and Edwin Collins, 1899-1914. Chapter Ten: Sun Yatsen and Chinese Education Reform. Appendix 1: China's Present and Future: The Reform Party's Plea for British Benevolent Neutrality , 1 March 1897. Appendix 2: Chinese Children: How They Are Reared. Special Interview with Dr. Sun Yat Sen , 1 April 1897. Appendix 3: Judicial Reform in China , 8 July 1897. Appendix 4: Chinese Army and Volunteers , 18 July 1898. Appendix 5: The Chinese Rebellion: New China Party's Aims , 22 July 1898. Appendix 6: The Movement for Reform in China , 23 July 1898. Appendix 7: 'The Canton Conspiracy', Late 1895-Late 1896? Appendix 8: The Politics of Sun Yat Sen , 26 October 1896. Appendix 9: Sun Yat Sen at the Savage Club , 17 November 1896. Appendix 10: Concerning Sun Yat Sen , 1 December 1896. Appendix 11: Two Newspaper Interviews, 10 January 1905. Appendix 12: Beckenham Public Hall Lecture, 9 March 1905. Appendix 13: 'One Who Knows Him' (Anon.), Dr Sun Yat Sen , 17 October 1911. Appendix 14: A Re-Investigation of Sun Yatsen's Fifth Arrival in England, Late 1911. Appendix 15: Secret Correspondence from the Chinese Legation, October 1896. Bibliography
- Author BiographyOriginally from Grampound in Cornwall, Patrick Anderson has studied, lived and worked in London for most of his adult life. A graduate of the Warburg Institute, in the 1990s he worked in mainland China as a Visiting Professor in Beijing and Guangzhou, teaching Western Civilisation. He is resident in Marylebone and is Assistant Registrar of London South Bank University. Patrick believes that 'All Mankind is One', and spends all day on Sundays writing epic historical dramas to prove it. This is his first publication.
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