Author:Evan Morgan (1860-1941)

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Evan Morgan
British cholar and missionary in China


  • Ancient Philosopher's view of the perfect life. Transl. By Evan Morgan, East and West, 1924. 20 p.
  • Chinese new terms and expressions with English translations and notes, Shanghai : C.L.S., 1913. iv, 298 p.
  • Chinese new terms, with English classifications, introduction andindexes, Shanghai : Kelly and Walsh, 1926. ii, xiv, 526 p. New and enlarged ed. Shanghai : Kelly and Wales, 1932
  • Chinese speaker: readings in Modern Mandarin. Part I–IV, Shanghai : Christian Literature Society, 1916 iv, x, 404 p. (transcription project)
  • Chou–Kung : the Duke of Chou, Jnl. of North China Branch of Royal Asiatic Society 68, 1927
  • Colloquial sentences, with new terms Chinese and English texts, Shanghai : Kelly and Walsh, 1922 vii, 170 p.
  • Cosmic spirit : its nature, operations and influence, Jnl. North China Branch Royal Asiatic Soc. 62, 1931
  • Guide to Wenli styles and Chinese ideals. Essays, Edicts etc., London : Probsthain, 1912. Shanghai : C.L.S., 1912 viii, 416 p.
  • How tonnage was measured in Ancient China, Jnl. North China Br. Royal Asiatic Soc. 64, 1923 p. 227–8
  • Language and new thought : or, new words for new ideas, Jnl. North China Branch Royal Asiatic Soc. 61, 1930
  • New mind, and other essays, Shanghai, 1930
  • Operations and Manifestations of the Tao, exemplified in history or the Tao confirmed by history, Jnl. North China Br. Roy. Asiatic Soc. 64, 1921
  • Parch. Alfred G. Jones, SG, 1942 t. 145–8
  • Taoist superman, Jnl. North China Br. Royal Asiatic. 64, 1923 p. 229–45

Works about MorganEdit

  • Evans, Heber A. : Evan Morgan, SG, 1942 t. 65–7
  • Rees, W. H. : Evan Morgan, SG, 1923 t. 97–8


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.

The author died in 1941, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.