Emperor of China; Jonathan D. Spence

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From 1661 to 1722 the emperor of China, K’ang-hsi, has lived a strenuous yet fruitful life exceeding above and beyond the standards that a normal emperor usually lives up to within his ruling time. The author of the book “Emperor of China” by Jonathan D.

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Emperor of China; Jonathan D. SpenceBrandon VorlicekHistory 101David ReevesEmporor of China EssayFrom 1661 to 1722 the emperor of China, Kang-hsi, has lived a strenuous yet fruitful life exceeding above and beyond the standards that a normal emperor usually lives up to within his ruling time. The author of the book Emperor of China by Jonathan D. Spence has translated documents written by the emperor himself (Kang-hsi) in order to almost perfectly portray a self-portrait of the emperor in the span of his reign during the Ching dynasty. My essay will consist of a fe

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