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Madly singing in the mountains : an appreciation and anthology of Arthur Waley

Author: Ivan I Morris; Arthur Waley
Publisher: New York : Walker and Company, 1970.
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Genre/Form: Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Madly singing in the mountains.
New York, Walker [1970]
(OCoLC)581867924
Named Person: Arthur Waley; Arthur Waley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan I Morris; Arthur Waley
OCLC Number: 89780
Description: 403 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates illustrations, portraits 23 cm
Contents: Part I: Appreciation. Intent of Courtesy / Carmen Blacker --
Dr. Waley's Translations / J.M. Cohen --
Arthur Waley at the British Museum / Basil Gray --
From the Chinese / David Hawkes --
In Your Distant Streets Few Drums Were Heard / Donald Keene --
The Silences of Arthur Waley / Naomi Lewis --
The Genius of Arthur Waley / Ivan Morris --
A Note on Arthur Waley / Peter Quennell --
A Few Waleyesque Remarks / Walter Simon --
Extract from Some English Eccentrics / Edith Sitwell --
Letter from Edith Sitwell to Arthur Waley --
Letter From Georgia Sitwell to Ivan Morris --
Extracts from Nobel Essences and Left Hand, Right Hand! / Osbert Sitwell --
Reminiscences of Arthur Waley / Sacheverell Sitwell --
Reaching Out / Michael Sullivan --
Letter from Alison Waley to Ivan Morris --
Recollections of a Younger Brother / Hubert Waley --
Part II: Anthology. Introduction to A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems / Arthur Waley --
Arthur Waley in Conversation : BBC Interview with Roy Fuller --
Notes on Translation / Arthur Waley --
Translations from the Chinese Poetry. The Great Summons / Ch'ü Yüan --
Poverty / Yang Hsiung --
Fighting South of the Ramparts / Anonymous --
The Dancers of Huai-Nan / Chang Hêng --
The Bones of Chuang Tzu / Chang Hêng --
The Lychee Tree / Wang I --
The Nightmare / Wang Yen-shou --
Sailing Homeward / Chan Fang-shêng --
Ballad from Tun-Huang / Anonymous --
Self-abandonment / Li Po --
Exile's Letter / Li Po --
Fighting South of the Ramparts / Li Po --
The Pitcher / Yüan Chên --
Four Poems / Han-shan (Cold Mountain) --
The Old Man With the Broken Arm / Po Chü-i --
On Board Ship: Reading Yüan Chên's Poems / Po Chü-i --
Dreaming That I Went With Li and Yü to Visit Yüan Chên / Po Chü-i --
Madly Singing in the Mountain / Po Chü-i --
Children / Po Chü-i --
The Hat Given to the Poet by Li Chien / Po Chü-i --
After Getting Drunk, Becoming Sober in the Night / Po Chü-i --
On Being Sixty / Po Chü-i --
On His Baldness / Po Chü-i --
A Mad Poem Addressed to My Nephews and Nieces / Po Chü-i --
Old Age / Po Chü-i --
Going to the Mountains With a Little Dancing Girl Aged Fifteen / Po Chü-i --
On Hearing Someone Sing a Poem by Yüan Chên --
Dream of Mountaineering / Po Chü-i --
Lao Tzǔ / Po Chü-i --
Last Poem / Po Chü-i --
Immeasurable Pain / Li Hou-chu --
Love Poem / Fêng Mêng-lung --
The Little Cart / Ch'ên Tzǔ-lung --
Extracts From Yuan Mei --
Prose. Chuang Tzu on Death : Extract From Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China --
Mencius on Human Nature : Extract From Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China --
The Dancing Horses / Chêng Ch'u-hui --
The Two Lunatics / Tuan Ch'eng-shih --
Translations From the Japanese. Nineteen Japanese Poems --
Extract From The Pillow-Book of Sei Shōnagon --
Extract From The Wreath of Cloud (pt. III of the Tale of Genji) --
The Lady Who Loved Insects --
The Owl Speaks: An Ainu Story --
The Little Wolf: An Ainu Fable --
Aya No Tsuzumi (The Damask Drum) / attributed to Seami --
Kagekiyo / Seami --
Myself / Akutagawa Ryūnosuke --
Articles, Extracts, and Letters. A Poem by Kubla Khan --
Notes on Chinese Prosody --
Love and Friendship in Chinese Poetry : Extract from the Introduction to A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems --
Notes on the Lute-Girl's Song --
Translation of the Lute-Girls Song / Herbert Giles --
Leibniz and Fu Hsi --
A Comparison of Nō With Greek Tragedy and Other Forms of Ancient Drama : Extract from The Nō Plays of Japan --
Extract From Zen Buddhism and Its Relation to Art from An Introduction to the Study of Chinese Painting --
A Chinaman's Description of Brighton in 1877 --
The Art of Murasaki : Extracts from the Introduction to the Sacred Tree --
Murasaki's Affinities as a Writer : Extract from the Introduction to The Bridge of Dreams --
The Originality of Japanese Civilization --
Did Buddha Die of Eating Pork? --
Waiting for the New : Extract from the Epilogue to Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China --
More Than a Revival --
Blake the Taoist --
Some Far Eastern Dreams --
The British Capture of Ting-hai in July, 1840 : Extract form the Opium War Through Chinese Eyes --
Review of Ivan Morris's The World of the Shining Prince: Court Life in Ancient Japan --
Five Poems and a Parable. Et pourtant c'est triste quand meurent les empires --
Censorship --
Blitz Poem --
No Discharge --
Song --
In the Gallery --
Outline Chronology of Arthur Waley's Life.
Responsibility: edited with a preface by Ivan Morris.

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