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Selected poems of Su Tung-pʻo

Author: Shi Su; Burton Watson
Publisher: Port Townsend, WA : Copper Canyon Press, ©1994.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
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Su, Shi, 1037-1101.
Selected poems of Su Tung-pʻo.
Port Townsend, WA : Copper Canyon Press, c1994
(OCoLC)607937374
Online version:
Su, Shi, 1037-1101.
Selected poems of Su Tung-pʻo.
Port Townsend, WA : Copper Canyon Press, c1994
(OCoLC)624743180
Named Person: Shi Su; Shi Su
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shi Su; Burton Watson
ISBN: 1556590644 9781556590641
OCLC Number: 28507646
Notes: Translated from Chinese.
Expanded version of: Su Tung-pʻo.
Description: x, 145 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. On the Yangtze Watching the Hills --
2. Husband-Watching Height --
3. Spring Night --
4. Traveling at Night and Looking at the Stars --
5. Hsin-ch'ou Eleventh Month, Nineteenth Day --
6. Rhyming with Tzu-yu's "At Mien-ch'ih" --
7. Song of the Stone Drums --
8. The Statue of Vimalakirti --
9. Seeing the Year Out --
10. Rhyming with Tzu-yu's "Treading the Green" --
11. Rhyming with Tzu-yu's "Silkworm Fair" --
12. It Snowed in South Valley --
13. Following the Rhymes of Yang Pao's "Early Spring" --
14. For Fu Yao-yu's Grass Hall at Chi-yuan --
15. I Travel Day and Night --
16. Visiting Gold Mountain Temple --
17. Winter Solstice --
18. New Year's Eve --
19. The Longevity Joy Hall --
20. Viewing Peonies at the Temple of Good Fortune --
21. In the Rain, Visiting the Temple --
22. Black Clouds --
Spilled Ink --
23. Evening View from Sea Watch Tower --
24. I Only Hear a Bell Beyond the Mist --
25. Grasses Bury the River Bank --
26. Lament of the Farm Wife of Wu --
27. The Fa-hui Temple's Pavilion --
28. Wild Birds on the Roof --
29-30. Drinking at the Lake, Two Poems --
31. On the Road to Hsin-ch'eng --
32-33. Mountain Village --
34. Visiting the Monastery of the Patriarch's Pagoda --
35-37. Roadside Flowers, Three Poems --
38. Lodging at Hai-hui Temple --
39. Written for Master Chan's Room --
40. New Year's Eve: Spending the Night --
41. Bad Wine Is Like Bad Men --
42. Written on Abbot Lun's Wall at Mount Chiao --
43. Describing Water Wheels --
44. Visiting Yung-lo Temple --
45. Overgrown Garden Deserted in Fall --
46. At Twilight, Fine Rain Was Still Falling --
47. Ten Years --
Dead and Living --
48. Children --
49. Bright Moon, When Did You Appear? --
50. Pear Blossoms by the Eastern Palisade --
51. The New Year's Eve Blizzard --
52. Reading the Poetry of Meng Chiao --
53-56. Along the Road to Stone Lake --
57. Mid-Autumn Moon --
58. Climbing Cloud Dragon Mountain --
59. Hundred Pace Rapids --
60. On a Boat, Awake at Night --
61. Held Up Two Days at Gold Mountain --
62-63. Lotus Viewing --
64. Under the Heaven of Our Holy Ruler --
65. A Hundred Days, Free to Go --
66. On First Arriving at Huang-chou --
67. A Letter From Huang-chou --
68. Ten Days of Spring Cold --
69-74. Eastern Slope --
75. Drank Tonight at Eastern Slope --
76-77. Two Prose Poems on the Red Cliff --
78. Rain at the Time of Cold Food --
79. South Hall --
80. To the Tune of "Partridge Sky" --
81. Beginning of Autumn --
82. Eastern Slope --
83. Presented to Abbot Ch'ang-tsung --
84. Written on the Wall at West Forest Temple --
85. Three Hundred Tiers of Green Hills --
86. Painting of a Wild Goose --
87. New Year's Eve --
88. Mirage at Sea --
89. When Yu-k'o Painted Bamboo --
90. Creek Crisscrosses the Meadow --
91. Who Says a Painting Must Look Like Life? --
92. Above the River, Heavy on the Heart --
93. Presented to Liu Ching-wen --
94. Setting Off Early on the Huai River --
95. A Pair of Rocks --
96-97. Drinking Wine --
98. Long Ago I Lived in the Country --
99-100. Held Up by Head Winds --
101. Seven Thousand Miles Away --
102. Feet Stuck Out, Singing Wildly --
103-104. Days of Rain: the Rivers Have Overflowed --
105. I'm a Frightened Monkey --
106. Eating Lichees --
107. White Crane Hill --
108. Three Delights in My Place of Exile --
109. Half-sober, Half-drunk --
110-111. Letting the Writing Brush Go --
112. Dipping Water from the River --
113. Black Muzzle --
114. I Thought I'd End My Days --
115. By the River at T'eng-chou --
116. Bell and Drum on the South River Bank.
Other Titles: Poems.
Su Tung-pʻo
Su Tung-pʻo.
Responsibility: translated by Burton Watson.
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