立願寶卷 - J164

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立願寶卷

Li yuan bao juan
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別名 Other Titles: 重刻闢邪歸正消災延壽立願寶卷
製造人物 Creators: None Known

出版地區 Place(s) of Publication: 常州, Changzhou

版式 Format: 木板

出版者 Publisher(s): 常州樂善堂善書局藏版

出版年 Publication Date: 1882

載於 Located In: Minjian baojuan - J Volume 13, pp. 440-467

Li yuan baojuan is a one-volume baojuan that features the same twelve good sayings (十二句好話) covered in the first volume of Pan Gong baojuan. Here they are framed as texts revealed to a desperate pilgrim at Putuo Shan (普陀山) by a mysterious old Daoist.



別名 Other Titles

Precious Scroll of Making a Vow

出版地區 Place(s) of Publication

出版年 Publication Date(s)

The date on the title page, 光緒壬午孟夏重鐫, more specifically refers to the first month of summer in 1882. This reprinted text includes a preface dated 1871.

內涵 Contents

  • 封面
  • 序 (1a-2b)
  • 重刻闢邪歸正消災延壽立願寶卷 (1a-51b)
    • 殘本

序跋等 Prefaces and Postfaces

  • 序 「近來勸善之」
    • 同治十年夏月
    • 知浙江湖州府長興縣事古潤州紫琳氏趙定邦謹識

註疏 Commentary

Authorship

This text includes material that significantly overlaps with materials in Yu Zhi’s corpus, including Pan Gong baojuan, which itself includes a recommendation that its audience seek out this text as well for moral edification. Sawada Mizuho also remarked that he suspected it was written by the same person as Pan Gong baojuan. [1]. Given that Yu Zhi is now widely considered to have authored Pan Gong[2], it seems likely that he wrote this text as well.

Edition specific information

This facsimile edition is missing at least one page at the end. An earlier edition (printed 1881) ends on page 52a.

References

  1. Sawada Mizuho 澤田瑞穗, Hōkan no kenkyū: zōho 增補宝卷の研究(Expanded Research on precious scrolls) Tokyo: Kokusho Kankōkai, 1975. p. 143
  2. See Commentary on 潘公免灾寶卷 - J202 for more details on this attribution.

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