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Kundoku (訓読) Methods Used for 'Kanjo Yoyuden (漢書楊雄伝)• Tenryaku-ni-nen-Ten (天暦二年点)'
For Kanjo Yoyuden Tenryaku-ni-nen-Ten, the shuten used for the kundoku are based upon the Ganshiko method of annotation, whereas the bokuten are based on the aforementioned Ganshiko method and oher three methods; Kanjokunsan, Kanjokokinshugi and the other made up of selections adopted from prior annotation methods by Ganshiko. The backgrounds for these various methods are the followings. For the kundoku used for the keisho, the tradition existed that Keitenshakumon together with a specialized form annotation be used, as well as, at a later period, the use of So and Seigi. In the case of the kundoku used for the shisho, a large number of annotation methods were used; while there was naturally a directly related annotation system, certain books as well as a good number of annotation methods such as those which did not relate directly were used to annotate. In other words, when compared to the annotation of the keisho, it is considered that the annotation of the shisho was more extensive. One can take into account that the above-mentioned backgrounds exist in regard to the variance in the Kanjo Yoyuden mentioned at the beginning.
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