Pan Gu

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Pan Gu

(ˈpænˈɡuː) or

P'an Ku

n
(Biography) 32–92 ad, Chinese historian and court official, noted for his history of the Han dynasty: died in prison
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The handful of articles in this section--"Problems of Translating Descriptive Binomes in the Fu" "Poetic Travelogue in the Han fu" "To Praise the Han: The Eastern Capital fu of Pan Ku and His Contemporaries," "A Journey to Morality: Chang Heng's The Rhapsody on Pondering the Mystery," "Pao Chao's 'Rhapsody on the Ruined City': Date and Circumstances of Composition"--show the author in full command of the most taxing material.
Her brother, Pan Ku, preceded her as court historian by raking over his father's project, The History of the Han Dynasty.
Pan Ku, The History of the Former Han Dynasty, 3 vols.