Mr. Miu Yue (1904-1995), with a courtesy name of Yan Wei, born in Liyang, Jiangsu Province, is a famous historian, litterateur, and educator. Mr. Miu was graduated from the preparatory course of Peking University in 1924. He used to teach as a Chinese language teacher in Baoding Peide Private Middle School and Baoding Zhicun Private Middle School. Mr. Miu had successively served as a professor of the Chinese Language and Literature Department of Henan University, Guangzhou Xuehai College, and Chinese Language and Literature Department of Zhejiang University. Since 1946, he had been a professor of the Chinese Language and Literature Department and a researcher of the Institute of Chinese Culture of West China Union University, and concurrently served as a professor of history at Sichuan University. In 1952, Mr. Miu became a professor of history at Sichuan University, where he also held the post of the director of Chinese Ancient History Teaching and Research Office, deputy director of Institute of History, honorary director of the Institute of Ancient Books, and academic adviser of Institute of History. Mr. Miu had been engaged in the teaching and research work of Chinese ancient history, Chinese classical literature and studies of historical literature for 70 years, and mainly devoted to the study of the works from pre-Qin philosophers and classical literatures. After the mid-1940s, he transferred his interest to the history of Wei, Jin, Northern and Southern Dynasties. Since 1980s, he had devoted himself to Ci-ology studies. Mr. Miu was a student of Mr. Zhang Ertian, influenced by scholarly research by Wang Guowei and Chen Yinke, particularly by the theory of mutual verification with literatures and history. In the 1950s, Mr. Miu began to cultivate graduate students. In 1981, he became one of the first batch of doctoral tutors approved by the State Council Academic Degrees Committee, and cultivated the first doctor for Sichuan University. He was once a consultant for academic groups and academic institutions such as the State Council's Planning and Publishing Group for Ancient Books, the Society of History of China's Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties, the Chinese Tang History Society, the Chinese Literature Society of Tang Dynasty, the Chinese Poetry and Ci Society. He co-authored professional books such as The Best of Tang Poems and Collection of Chinese Unofficial History, and published A Chronicle of Yuan Yishan’s Life, An Essay on Poetry and Ci, Collected Poems of Du Mu, Selected Translation of Three Kingdoms, Collected Articles on History, A Biography of Du Mu, A Chronicle of Du Mu’s Life, Annotated History of Three Kingdoms (chief editor), Bingjian Essays, On Ci (coauthor), An Introduction to History of Three Kingdoms (chief editor), Bingjian Prefaces and Postscripts, Remaining Bingjian Essays, On Ci-ology (co-author) and other books. Mr. Miu published more than 120 papers in total, most of which were included into the aforementioned books of collected papers. He was also the author of Bingjian Poetry and Ci Drafts, a book of classical poetries. The Complete Works of Miu Yue, an eight volume book, was published in July 2004 by Hebei Education Publishing House. In 1989, Miu won the national prize of National Board of Education for outstanding teaching achievements in regular institutions for higher learning. His monographs had won the honorary award for his outstanding scientific research achievements in philosophy and social science of Sichuan Province by Sichuan Provincial People's Government; in 1995, On Ci won the first prize of the first session of National Board of Education by his cultural and social sciences research for institutions of higher learning.