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A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems

A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems Author Juyi Bai
ISBN-10 UOM:39015004994938
Release 1919
Pages 243
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A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems

A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems Author Arthur Waley
ISBN-10 1720398704
Release 2018-05-27
Pages 128
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With some hesitation I have included literal versions of six poems (three of the "Seventeen Old Poems," "Autumn Wind," "Li Fu jen," and "On the Death of his Father") already skilfully rhymed by Professor Giles in "Chinese Poetry in English Verse." They were too typical to omit; and a comparison of the two renderings may be of interest. Some of these translations have appeared in the "Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies," in the "New Statesman," in the "Little Review" (Chicago), and in "Poetry" (Chicago).



One hundred and seventy chinese poems

One hundred and seventy chinese poems Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:778235417
Release 1969
Pages 129
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A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems

A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems Author Juyi Bai
ISBN-10 1230447857
Release 2013-09
Pages 38
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... AN EARLY LEVEE Addressed To Ch'en, The Hermit At Ch'ang-an -- a full foot of snow; A levee at dawn -- to bestow congratulations on the Em- peror. Just as I was nearing the Gate of the Silver Terrace, After I had left the suburb of Hsin-ch'ang On the high causeway my horse's foot slipped; In the middle of the journey my lantern suddenly went out. Ten leagues riding, always facing to the North; The cold wind almost blew off my ears. I waited for the bell outside the Five Gates; I waited for the summons within the Triple Hall. My hair and beard were frozen and covered with icicles; My coat and robe -- chilly like water. Suddenly I thought of Hsien-yu Valley And secretly envied Ch'en Chu-shih, In warm bed-socks dozing beneath the rugs And not getting up till the sun has mounted the sky. BEING ON DUTY ALL NIGHT IN THE PALACE AND DREAMING OF THE HSIEN-YU TEMPLE At the western window I paused from writing rescripts; The pines and bamboos were all buried in stillness. The moon rose and a calm wind came; Suddenly, it was like an evening in the hills. And so, as I dozed, I dreamed of the South West And thought I was staying at the Hsien-yu Temple. When I woke and heard the dripping of the Palace clock I still thought it the murmur of a mountain stream. 1 Where the poet used to spend his holidays. PASSING T'lEN-MEN STREET IN CH'ANG-AN AND SEEING A DISTANT VIEW OF CHUNG-NAN* MOUNTAIN The snow has gone from Chung-nan; spring is almost come. Lovely in the distance its blue colours, against the brown of the streets. A thousand coaches, ten thousand horsemen pass down the Nine Roads; Turns his head and looks at the mountains, -- not one man! 1 Part of the great Nan Shan range, fifteen miles south of Ch'ang-an. THE LETTER Preface: -- After I parted with..



A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems Scholar s Choice Edition

A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems   Scholar s Choice Edition Author Juyi Bai
ISBN-10 1293975044
Release 2015-02-12
Pages 250
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.



Chinese Poems

Chinese Poems Author The Arthur Waley Estate
ISBN-10 9781135651756
Release 2012-11-12
Pages 216
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First published in 1946. Here in one volume is a collection of Arthur Waley's translations of Chinese poetry. The book includes some poems from The Book of Songs and 170 Chinese Poems, More Translations and The Temple. Some old translations have been revised and new notes and explanatory material added.



A Hundred And Seventy Chinese Poems

A Hundred And Seventy Chinese Poems Author Various
ISBN-10
Release 2015-07-12
Pages 244
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A Hundred And Seventy Chinese Poems Certain elements are found, but in varying degree, in all human speech. It is difficult to conceive of a language in which rhyme, stress-accent, and tone-accent would not to some extent occur. In all languages some vowel-sounds are shorter than others and, in certain cases, two consecutive words begin with the same sound. Other such characteristics could be enumerated, but for the purposes of poetry it is these elements which man has principally exploited. English poetry has used chiefly rhyme, stress, and alliteration. It is doubtful if tone has ever played a part; a conscious use has sporadically been made of quantity. Poetry naturally utilizes the most marked and definite characteristics of the language in which it is written. Such characteristics are used consciously by the poet; but less important elements also play their part, often only in a negative way. Thus the Japanese actually avoid rhyme; the Greeks did not exploit it, but seem to have tolerated it when it occurred accidentally. The expedients consciously used by the Chinese before the sixth century were rhyme and length of line. A third element, inherent in the language, was not exploited before that date, but must always have been a factor in instinctive considerations of euphony. This element was “tone.” Chinese prosody distinguishes between two tones, a “flat” and a “deflected.” In the first the syllable is enunciated in a level manner: the voice neither rises nor sinks. In the second, it (1) rises, (2) sinks, (3) is abruptly arrested. These varieties make up the Four Tones of Classical Chinese. The “deflected” tones are distinctly more emphatic, and so have a faint analogy to our stressed syllables. They are also, in an even more remote way, analogous to the long vowels of Latin prosody. A line ending with a “level” has consequently to some extent the effect of a “feminine ending.” Certain causes, which I need not specify here, led to an increasing importance of “tone” in the Chinese language from the fifth century onwards. It was natural that this change should be reflected in Chinese prosody. A certain Shēn Yo (a.d. 441-513) first propounded the laws of tone-succession in poetry. From that time till the eighth century the Lü-shih or “strictly regulated poem” gradually evolved. But poets continued (and continue till to-day), side by side with their lü-shih, to write in the old metre which disregards tone, calling such poemsKu shih, “old poems.” Previous European statements about Chinese prosody should be accepted with great caution. Writers have attempted to define the lü-shih with far too great precision.



More Translations from the Chinese

More Translations from the Chinese Author Arthur Waley
ISBN-10 9781445532561
Release 2010-03
Pages 142
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.



Ezra Pound and the Appropriation of Chinese Poetry

Ezra Pound and the Appropriation of Chinese Poetry Author Ming Xie
ISBN-10 9781317945031
Release 2015-12-22
Pages 279
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry 1150 1650

Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry  1150 1650 Author Kojiro Yoshikawa
ISBN-10 9781400860463
Release 2014-07-14
Pages 236
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Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry offers the only historical survey, in any language, of this important span of Chinese poetry. Written by the foremost Japanese sinologist of this century, and translated here in a lucid analogue to his famous prose style, the work provides a brief but comprehensive review of the period's literary history, a sketch of its political and social history in relation to literature, and a rendering of more than one hundred and fifty poems. Originally published in 1989. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.



Classical Chinese Poetry

Classical Chinese Poetry Author David Hinton
ISBN-10 9780374531904
Release 2010-02-02
Pages 512
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A major anthology of classical works, presented by a forefront poet and translator, offers insight into the Chinese poetic tradition and includes nearly five hundred pieces spanning the genre's first three millennia.



The Works of Li Po the Chinese Poet

The Works of Li Po  the Chinese Poet Author Bai Li
ISBN-10 UVA:X000132344
Release 1922
Pages 236
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Birds Beasts and Seas

Birds  Beasts  and Seas Author Jeffrey Yang
ISBN-10 0811219194
Release 2011
Pages 191
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An anthology of poetry that traces the history of poetry's changing relationship to nature, featuring the work of over 140 poets.



The Emperor s Regret and other Short Stories

The Emperor s Regret and other Short Stories Author Dale A. Johnson
ISBN-10 9781300599401
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Pictures of the Heart

Pictures of the Heart Author Joshua S. Mostow
ISBN-10 0824817052
Release 1996-01
Pages 522
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The Hyakunin Isshu, or One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each collection, is a sequence of one hundred Japanese poems in the tanka form, selected by the famous poet and scholar Fujiwara no Teika (1162-1241) and arranged, in part, to represent the history of Japanese poetry from the seventh century down to Teika's own day. The anthology is, without doubt, the most popular and widely known collection of poetry in Japan - a distinction it has maintained for hundreds of years. In this study, Joshua Mostow challenges the idea of a final or authoritative reading of the Hyakunin Isshu and presents a refreshing, persuasive case for a reception history of this seminal work. In addition to providing a new translation of this classic text and biographical information on each poet, Mostow examines issues relating to text and image that are central to the Japanese arts from the Heian into the early modern period. By using Edo-period woodblock illustrations as pictorializations of the poems - as "pictures of the heart," or meaning, of the poems - text and image are pieced together in a holistic approach that will stand as a model for further research in the interrelationship between Japanese visual and verbal art.



Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler Author Donald Mitchell
ISBN-10 0851159087
Release 1985
Pages 659
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His enthusiasm, which lights up every page, is reinforced by an unsurpassed knowledge of his subject. MUSICAL TIMES



China

China Author Michael Dillon
ISBN-10 0700704396
Release 1998
Pages 391
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Compiled by specialists from the University of Durham Department of East Asian Studies, this new reference work contains approximately 1500 entries covering Chinese civilisation from Peking Man to the present day. Subjects include history, politics, art, archaeology, literature, etc. The Dictionary is intended for students, teachers and researchers, and will also be of interest to the general reader. Entries provide factual information and contain suggestions for further reading. Chinese terms are in pinyin romanisation and characters are given for the subject headings. A name index and comprehensive cross-reference system make this an easy to use, multi-purpose guide to the student of Chinese in the broadest sense.