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Li Chʻing-chao, complete poems

Author: Qingzhao Li; Kenneth Rexroth; Ling Zhong
Publisher: New York : New Directions, ©1979.
Series: New Directions book.
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Li Chʻing-chao, 1081-approximately 1141.
Li Chʻing-chao, complete poems.
New York : New Directions, ©1979
(OCoLC)654689518
Named Person: Qingzhao Li; Qingzhao Li; Li, Qingzhao
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Qingzhao Li; Kenneth Rexroth; Ling Zhong
ISBN: 0811207447 9780811207447 0811207455 9780811207454
OCLC Number: 6144817
Description: 118 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Joy of wine, to the tune "A dream song" --
Spring ends, to the tune "A dream song" --
Thoughts from the women's quarter to the tune "The silk washing brook" --
To a short version of "The magnolia flower" --
To the tune "Picking mulberries" --
Two springs, to the tune "Small hills" --
Red plum blossoms, to the tune "Spring in the Jade Tower" --
Plum blossoms, to the tune "The honor of a fisherman" --
When the plums by the back pavilion bloomed, to the tune "An idle, lovely woman" --
Peonies, to the tune "I celebrate the clear slow dawn" --
Watching lotuses, to the tune "Grievance against my young lord" --
Cassia flowers, to the tune "Partridge sky" --
Ninth day, ninth month, to the tune "Drunk with flower shadows" --
The beauty of white chrysanthemums, to the tune "Beauties" --
Remorse, to the tune "Rouged lips' --
To the tune "The silk washing brook" --
On spring, to the tune "The silk washing brook" --
Spring in the women's quarter, to the tune "Beautiful Nien Nu" --
The day of cold food, to the tune "The silk washing brook" --
Thoughts from the women's quarter, to the tune "The silk washing brook" --
To the tune "the Bodhisattva's headdress" --
to the tune "Happiness approaches" --
Sorrow of departure, to the tune, "Cutting a flowering plum branch" --
Farewell letter to my sister sent from an inn at Lo Ch'ang, to the tune "Butterflies love flowers" --
To the tune "You move in fragrance" --
Thoughts from the women's quarter, to the tune "Nostalgia of the flute on the Phoenix Terrace" --
Autumn love, "A weary song to a slow sad tune" --
Spring ends, I, to the tune "A complaint to my young lord." Thoughts from the Women's Quarter, to the tune "The boat of stars" --
To the tune "the Bodhisattva's headdress" --
The Wu-t'ung tree, to the tune "Remembering the girl of Ch'in --
Cassia flowers, to a new version of "The silk washing brook" --
Banana trees, to the tune "Picking mulberries" --
To the tune "Partidge sky" --
Plum blossoms, to the tune "Immortals on the river bank" --
I gave a party to my relatives on the day of purification, to the tune "Butterflies love flowers" --
Fading plum blossoms, to the tune "Perfumed garden" --
Spring fades --
To the tune "The perfumed garden" --
I smell the fragrance of withered plum blossoms by my pillow, to the tune "Unburdening oneself" --
Spring ends, to the tune "Spring at Wu Ling" --
To the tune "A song of the south" --
A song of departure, to the tune "Butterflies love flowers" --
On plum blossoms, to the tune "A little wild goose" --
Written by chance --
Sentiment --
Poems on Yuen Chieh's "Ode to the restoration of T'ang" to Rhyme with Chang Wen-ch'ien's poems I & II --
Poems dedicated to Lord Han, the minister of the Council of Defense, and Lord Hu, the minister of the Board of Works --
A satire on the lords who crossed the Yangtse in flight from the Chin troops --
On history --
Written on climbing eight poems tower --
Our boat starts at night from the beach of Yen Kuang --
In the emperor's chamber --
To the empress --
To an imperial lady --
To the imperial concubine --
Dream, to the tune "The honor of a fisherman" --
Written on the "Seventh day of the seventh month, to the tune "You move in fragrance" --
A morning dream --
To the tune "Clear peace happiness" --
Cassia flowers, to a new version of "The silk washing brook" --
At a poetry party I am given the Chih --
To the tune "Immortals on the river bank" --
To the tune "Everlasting joy" --
Biography of Li Ch'ing-chao / Ling Chung.
Series Title: New Directions book.
Responsibility: translated [from the Chinese] and edited by Kenneth Rexroth and Ling Chung.

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