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The Selected Poems Of T Ao Ch Ien

Author : Tao Chien
ISBN : 9781619321441
Genre : Poetry
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T'ao Ch'ien, (365 - 427, C.E.), one of the most revered poets in classical Chinese literature, is presented in a lucid translation with an introduction. "David Hinton is one of the most impressive of the younger translators of classical Chinese poetry.... His renderings are varied and imaginative while remaining faithful to the spirit of the original."--Burton Watson
Category: Poetry

The Selected Poems Of Li Po

Author : Bo Li
ISBN : 0811213234
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Gathers poems written by the eighth-century Chinese poet, and briefly discusses his life and influence on Asian poetry
Category: Literary Criticism

Tao Yuanming Manuscript Culture

Author : Xiaofei Tian
ISBN : 0295985534
Genre : History
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As medieval Chinese manuscripts were copied and recopied through the centuries, both mistakes and deliberate editorial changes were introduced. Xiaofei Tian shows how readers not only experience authors but "produce" them by shaping texts to their interpretation, focusing on the evolution over the centuries of the reclusive poet Tao Yuanming into a figure of epic stature.
Category: History

The Yields Of Transition

Author : Jana S. Rošker
ISBN : 9781443827980
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The present volume is dedicated to the Wei Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties (220–589 AD), which is generally regarded as one of the most fascinating phases in Chinese history. The collection opens new theoretical and methodological pathways in sinological studies, bringing to the forefront a new idea of intercultural encounters based upon a culture of recognition. It highlights the significance of transition in the making of Chinese culture and history, revises prevailing historical approaches in the study and research of China and develops and enhances existing theories or methodologies in this specific area of research. The wide diversity of contributions to the present volume reflects the multifaceted potential for creativity and renewal of this period. The focus is upon the interaction of ideas, researches and perspectives concerning a broad scope of relevant and significant issues in contemporary sinology. In order to understand this diversity, a wide range of cultural, theoretical and historical aspects are considered. The book reveals a new image of the period, thereby undermining the absolute authority and putative objectivity of common historical sources and interpretations. It shows that this was a period rich with political, economic, cultural and theoretical achievements that would prove decisive for the future development of Chinese culture and society.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Poetry Of T Ao Ch Ien

Author : Chien Tao
ISBN : UOM:39015010367277
Genre : Chinese poetry
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Category: Chinese poetry

The Tao And The Logos

Author : Longxi Zhang
ISBN : 9780822379775
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Questions of the nature of understanding and interpretation—hermeneutics—are fundamental in human life, though historically Westerners have tended to consider these questions within a purely Western context. In this comparative study, Zhang Longxi investigates the metaphorical nature of poetic language, highlighting the central figures of reality and meaning in both Eastern and Western thought: the Tao and the Logos. The author develops a powerful cross-cultural and interdisciplinary hermeneutic analysis that relates individual works of literature not only to their respective cultures, but to a combined worldview where East meets West. Zhang's book brings together philosophy and literature, theory and practical criticism, the Western and the non-Western in defining common ground on which East and West may come to a mutual understanding. He provides commentary on the rich traditions of poetry and poetics in ancient China; equally illuminating are Zhang's astute analyses of Western poets such as Rilke, Shakespeare, and Mallarmé and his critical engagement with the work of Foucault, Derrida, and de Man, among others. Wide-ranging and learned, this definitive work in East-West comparative poetics and the hermeneutic tradition will be of interest to specialists in comparative literature, philosophy, literary theory, poetry and poetics, and Chinese literature and history.
Category: Literary Criticism

Selected Poems

Author : Qian Tao
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009092243
Genre : Chinese poetry
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Category: Chinese poetry

Selected Poems

Author : Olav H. Hauge
ISBN : UCAL:B4158161
Genre : Poetry
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Hague, born in 1908, is one of Norway's outstanding poets. He has spent his life in Ulvik, a small town in the Hardanger area of Western Norway, and has made a living off the apple crop from his orchard, an acre in size. This large and diverse selection is drawn from all phases of his work. His poems, though deeply rooted in his western Norwegian landscape, are universal in their everyday subject matter, wry humour and an economy of language reminiscent of W C Williams or Robert Francis.
Category: Poetry


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ISBN : UCLA:L0088455118
Genre : Chinese literature
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