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中国哲学书电子化计划
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道家 -> 庄子 -> 外篇 -> 田子方 -> 7

宋元君The ruler Yuan of Song wishing to have a map drawn,
the masters of the pencil all came (to undertake the task).
Having received his instructions and made their bows, they stood,
licking their pencils and preparing their ink.
Half their number, however, remained outside.
There was one who came late,
with an air of indifference, and did not hurry forward.
When he had received his instructions and made his bow, he did not keep standing,
but proceeded to his shed.
使 The duke sent a man to see him,
and there he was, with his upper garment off, sitting cross-legged, and nearly naked.
The ruler said,
'He is the man;
。” he is a true draughtsman.'


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