Based on the third chapter of Timothy Brook’s Confusions of Pleasure, “Summer,” what kinds of social and cultural change do we see in the late Ming? Who was threatened by these changes and why?

 

 

Based on the third chapter of Timothy Brook’s Confusions of Pleasure, “Summer,” what kinds of social and cultural change do we see in the late Ming? Who was threatened by these changes and why? Who benefitted from them? How and why had the changes come about, and how was their genesis understood at the time?

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