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October 04, 2008

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Enlightening and colorful.

What are some common themes seen in ancient Chinese poetry and literature?
I'm working on a research paper dealing with developments in ancient Chinese literature, and I'm looking for common ideas to explore so I can form an outline for this research paper. Any suggestions on where to start? (Forming my outline has always been my major obstacle, once I get the foundation on paper, I'm good to go) I'm not good at organizing my thoughts and ideas. I've already gathered some books and articles, just not sure what I should be focusing in on.

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