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by Li Po,Tu Fu,James Cryer,J P Seaton

eBook Bright Moon, Perching Birds: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry in Translation) download ISBN: 0819511447
Author: Li Po,Tu Fu,James Cryer,J P Seaton
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press; Trans. from the Chinese edition (December 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 162
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Category: Literature
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Bright Moon, Perching Birds book.

Bright Moon, Perching Birds book.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Bright moon, perching bird poems. The rear panel has a 1" scratch at its lower spine seam. Seaton and James Cryer. Publisher: Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Conn. Publication Date: 1987.

Tu Fu, for one, held him in considerable awe. Yet there is undoubtedly a complex character behind the flashy facade. Though first struck by the soaring spirit and unbridled imagination of his poems, one eventually discovers that they are actually very intricately patterned, with painstaking attention to rhythm and internal rhyme, and studded with allusions yielding multiple levels of meaning. Traditionally, scholars have believed that Li died in late 762, since his kinsman wrote in a preface at that time that he was ailing, and there are no notices dated after that.

Li Po and Tu Fu, who lived in the 8th century, are considered China's greatest poets. Frontis plate by Huang Yong-hou.

Wesleyan poetry in translation. General Note: Chinese and English. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 142. Personal Name: Du, Fu, 712-770 Translations into English. Personal Name: Li, Bo, 701-762 Translations into English. Personal Name: Cryer, James, 1945-. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Reprinted by permission of Wesleyan University Press. James Wright was frequently referred to as one of America's finest contemporary poets. Source: Above the River: The Complete Poems and Selected Prose (1990). More About this Poem. More Poems by James Wright. A Presentation of Two Birds to My Son. By James Wright. Morning Hymn to a Dark Girl.

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A study of Taoism and the history of T’ang China, with biographies of the poets Wang Wei, Li Po, and Tu Fu, and new translations of their poetry.

Li Po and Tu Fu, who lived in the 8th century, are considered China's greatest poets. When their paths crossed, for less than two years in the 740's, a friendship was formed that has lasted, in the hearts of lovers of Chinese poetry, for over twelve hundred years. These poets, and the poems in this book, express two sides of humankind, two kinds of longing and two kinds of life. The real Li Po was more like Tu Fu than the legend, and the real Tu Fu was enough like Li Po to idolize and perhaps love him. They are presented here together, separate but side by side, because, as twelve centuries of Chinese readers and nearly a century of Western readers already know, they belong together; they show the qualities of humankind, expressed as purely as men of the greatest genius can express them. Each poem is presented with the original and the translation side by side -- in the original Chinese with an appropriate style of calligraphy on the right side and its English translation on the left side of the page. Notes and suggestions for further reading appear at the end of the book.