A scholar with intellectual integrity will not only have the spirit of seeking truth within the scope of his research, but will be so-so when it comes to other materials. Zhou Ruchang's statement about Shakespeare's sonnets is so strange and interesting, shouldn't he check it first? Moreover, it was just a little effort to verify, but he was too lazy to do it; even if he didn't verify, at least he should point out the source of this statement (who is the researcher who is "discovered by the researcher"?).
Zhou Ruchang said that it is "well known to the whole world", and only asked the reader "believe or not?" Is that the behavior and attitude that a scholar old picture restoration should have? Regarding the statement of this Shakespeare sonnet, I have searched the Internet and could not find any information, but Zhou Ruchang said that "the world knows it", which is bizarre; also, I can't find any information about Zhou Ruchang on this statement. Criticism, that is equally bizarre.
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