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Just found this 中國古籍全錄. They catergorize all the materials by 經, 史, 子, 集. You'll have to register for the full reading of the contents. There's also 在線聽書, which you can listen to books with audio clips. I just checked one 32kbps audio clip by a husky old man. Don't have transcripts. I don't know the quality of the rest of the recordings.

Hope it helps!:)

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Hanlink

Better by far for almost every aspect of classical Chinese study, including its search engine and classical chinese dictionary is Donald Sturgeon's website the "Chinese Text Project":

http://chinese.dsturgeon.net/

You'll find it one of the easiest to use, and for some of the Classics, English translations are also available.

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  • 3 weeks later...
qtqr888

I don't think it is good for learning Chinese, 中國古籍全錄 were written by ancient words and hart to understand, even we Chinese students cannot totally understand them, let alone those non-Chinese speaking people. to be frankly, if you are really interested with Chinese classical literture, 唐诗and 宋词 is a better choice.GOOD LUCK!:D

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ehm, 唐詩 and 宋詞 are post-classical. The cut-off point for Classical Chinese is usually after 漢代. Of course 唐詩 and 宋詞 are Literary Chinese as well, but for Classical Chinese, there is no choice but to hit the Classics :mrgreen:

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Kobo-Daishi

Dear all,

Hanlink wrote:

Better by far for almost every aspect of classical Chinese study, including its search engine and classical chinese dictionary is Donald Sturgeon's website the "Chinese Text Project":

http://chinese.dsturgeon.net/

You'll find it one of the easiest to use, and for some of the Classics, English translations are also available.

See my post at the thread titled "Online Classical Chinese dictionary?" on why the dsturgeon web site's dictionary would not make a good classical/literary Chinese dictionary.

Online Classical Chinese dictionary?

Kobo-Daishi, PLLA.

P.S. Where are the English translations at the dsturgeon site?

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P.S. Where are the English translations at the dsturgeon site?

only for some texts. Not all Classical texts have been translated into English AND have lapsed copyright.

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