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The Chan interpretations of Wang Wei's poetry : a critical review

Author: Jingqing Yang
Publisher: Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, ©2007.
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"The author has undertaken an ambitious attempt to challenge the prevalent assumptions about Chan Buddhist implications in Wang Wei's nature poetry by examining literal and historical sources that dealt with Wang Wei's ideology of reclusion, his associations with Buddhist monks and his apprehension of Buddhist doctrines." "While researches on similar topics investigate how Wang Wei might have intentionally imparted  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Yang, Jingqing.
Chan interpretations of Wang Wei's poetry.
Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, c2007
(OCoLC)608418448
Named Person: Wei Wang; Wei Wang; Wei Wang
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jingqing Yang
ISBN: 9629962322 9789629962326
OCLC Number: 102604024
Description: xvi, 280 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of Wang Wei's works --
Introduction --
Engagement or retreat : a life of dilemma. The An Lushan Rebellion and Wang Wei's last few years --
Wang Wei's reclusion. Wang Wei's favourite role model : Tao Yaunming --
Wang Wei's religious connections. The Chan school ; Wang Wei's mother Cui and his younger brother Wang Jin ; Wang Wei's associations with Buddhist Monks ; Daoguang ; Wengu ; Shenhui ; The venerable Xuan and Yuanchong ; Jingjue ; Other monks ; Wang Wei's associations with Daoists --
Wang Wei's Buddhist beliefs and practice --
The interpretation of Wang Wei's poetry : a history --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Yang Jingqing.
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Wang Wei (698-759), a High Tang poet, is widely known as "Poet Buddha". The book is an attempt to criticize the assumptions about Chan Buddhist implications in Wang's nature poetry. While other  Read more...

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