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Out of the howling storm : the new Chinese poetry : poems by Bei Dao ... [et al.]

Author: Beidao; Tony Barnstone
Publisher: [Middletown, Conn.] : Wesleyan University Press ; Hanover : University Press of New England, ©1993.
Series: Wesleyan poetry.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Poems by Bei Dao, Yang Lian, Shu Ting, Jiang He, Gu Cheng, Duo Duo, Mang Ke, Chou Ping, Xi Chuan, Zhang Zhen, Tang Yaping, Fei Ye, Bei Ling, and Ha Jin

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beidao; Tony Barnstone
ISBN: 0819522074 9780819522078 0819512109 9780819512109
OCLC Number: 27186182
Description: xxii, 155 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Translation as Forgery: Comments from the Editor --
Introduction: Chinese Poetry Through the Looking Glass --
A Day --
A Country Night --
Night: Theme and Variations --
In a Decade --
The Oranges Are Ripe --
Declaration --
Answer --
Nightmare --
The Old Temple --
Coming Home at Night --
The Morning's Stop --
Requiem --
Beyond --
Midnight Singer / Bei Dao --
An Ancient Children's Tale --
An Elegy for Poetry --
Sowing --
Solar Tide --
Nuorilang, the Golden Tree --
His Blood Ceremony --
Final Drum / Yang Lian --
Perhaps --
Assembly Line --
Mother --
Missing You --
Encounter --
Two or Three Incidents Recollected --
Song of a Small Window --
Dream of an Island --
Falling Leaves --
The Gift / Shu Ting --
1. An Ancient Story --
2. Suffering --
4. A Date with Execution --
5. Unfinished Poem --
Memorial / Jiang He --
A Generation --
Discovery --
Who'd Have Thought? --
Bulin Met Bandit --
Bulin Is Dead, It Seems --
1. A Labyrinth of Byways Brought Me Here Among You --
2. The Clouds at Geyue Shan Are Cold --
3. I Don't Have a Brother, But I Believe --
4. You Lived Among the Peaks --
5. Do Not Interrogate the Sun --
6. Yes, I Go Also / Gu Cheng --
When People Rise from Cheese, Statement #1 --
There Could Be --
Looking Out from Death --
North Sea --
Longevity --
October Skies --
Bell Sound / Duo Duo --
Darling --
To Children --
Vineyard --
Sunflower in the Sun --
Poems in October --
Yesterday and Today --
Growing Old Even After Death --
Ape Herd / Mang Ke --
Ways of Looking at a Poet --
Chinese Street --
Moments of Love --
In an Isolation Ward --
O Walt Whitman --
"Whispers of Heavenly Death Murmur'd I Hear!" --
Drinking Alone in My Mountain Hut on a Rainy Night --
9 Flights Between 2 Continents --
A Journey to Babel / Chou Ping --
Bats at Twilight --
Southern Horses --
In the Mountains --
Night Birds --
Seven Nights --
The Book of the Past / Xi Chuan --
A Desire --
Abortion --
New Discovery --
The New --
Homeland --
Deep into Smaland / Zhang Zhen --
Black Night (Prelude) --
Black Nightgown --
Black Swamp --
Black Tears --
Black Gold --
Black Cave --
Black Midnight --
Black Rock / Tang Yaping --
The Curse --
The Poet in America --
We Are Little Creatures on a Little Planet --
Singer in a Red Century --
Ceremonial Praise / Fei Ye --
Impression --
Notes in Winter --
Notes in Autumn --
I Don't Need This / Bei Ling --
Our Words --
The Execution of a Counter-Revolutionary --
An Old Red Guard's Reply --
They Cone --
An Escape --
A General's Comments on a Politician --
Marching Toward Martyrdom --
Because I Will Be Silenced.
Series Title: Wesleyan poetry.
Responsibility: edited by Tony Barnstone.

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"I was pleasantly surprised to find Barnstone's [introduction] 'Chinese Poetry through the Looking Glass' to be as interesting as it is long. Some of it was necessarily the standard treatment, but Read more...

 
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