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Classical Chinese literature

Author: edited by John Minford and Joseph S.M. Lau = [含英咀華集 / 閔福德, 劉紹銘合編]. ; ; John Minford; Joseph S M Lau
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press ; Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, ©2000-
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The summation of more than two thousand years of one of the world's most august literary traditions, this volume also represents the achievements of four hundred years of Western scholarship on  Read more...

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All Authors / Contributors: edited by John Minford and Joseph S.M. Lau = [含英咀華集 / 閔福德, 劉紹銘合編]. ; ; John Minford; Joseph S M Lau
ISBN: 0231096763 9780231096768 9622016251 9789622016255
OCLC Number: 33665984
Notes: Parallel title in Chinese characters.
Description: volumes <1> : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Before the Han Dynasty. Pattern and sign : the Chinese language. Script. The pattern of the Tao / Liu Xie --
The beginnings of Chinese writing / Jerry Norman --
Oracle bones. Texts of divination / Stanley Mickel --
Divining the future--reading the past / David N. Keightley --
Eight oracle bone inscriptions --
Bronze inscriptions. Texts of ritual / Stanley Mickel --
Early emblems related to professions / Chang Kwang-chih --
Five bronze inscriptions --
Qiang the historian : a bronze inscription of the early Zhou Dynasty --
Calligraphy. Rhythm and meaning / Franc̦ois Cheng --
The historical development of four characters / Tseng Yuho --
Five styles of calligraphy --
Charms, talismans, and stone books / J.J.M. de Groot --
Outlines, characters, signs. A language ancient and wonderfully composed / Sir William Jones --
Precious as jade : the written character / Anonymous --
The acts of signifying ; Man and nature / Franc̦ois Cheng --
Heavenly questions : early myths and legends. Heavenly questions : selections from The songs of the south --
from The book of hills and seas. Book 8. The northern lands beyond the sea --
from The book of songs. Song 245. Hou Ji (Lord Millet), progenitor of Zhou --
from The book of history. The canon of Yao --
The sage kings, selections from The bamboo annals --
The wheels of his chariot, the hoofs of his horses : selections from The travels of Mu, Son of Heaven --
The book of songs : The earliest anthology of Chinese poetry. Sixty songs in versions spanning two and a half centuries. Folk songs. Guan-ju. Epithalamium --
Kwan Ts'eu --
The song of the ospreys --
The Kuan Chü --
The ospreys woo --
King Wen's epithalamium --
Song of welcome to the bride of King Wen --
Les mouettes --
The ospreys --
Fair, fair, cry the ospreys --
Kuan ts'ü --
The mallards --
Kuan Kuan --
Hid! Hid! --
Crying ospreys --
Epithalamium --
"Guan!" cries the hawk --
Courtship song --
Kuan-kuan, the ospreys --
Gwan! Gwan! Cry the fish hawks --
Confucius and the traditional interpretation of the Book of Songs. --
Some traditional interpretations of song 1 --
Ge-tan = Shade o' the vine --
Juan-er = Curl-grass --
Jiu-mu = South, droops a tree --
Tao-yao = Like the slender peach --
Tu-zhi = Hares --
Ru-fen = Along yew's banks --
Que-chao. The robber-bird ; The dove in the magpie's nest ; The wedding-journey of a princess --
Cai-fan = Pluck the quince --
Cao-chong = Hopper-grass --
Cai-bin = I pluck the grass --
Gan-tang. That shady crab ; Don't chop that pear tree --
Gao-yang = In his lambskin coat --
Piao-you-mei = Like falling fruit --
Ye-yousi-jun = Lies a dead deer --
Bo-zhou = That boat of cypress wood --
Lü-yi = Green robe --
Zhong-feng = Wild and windy --
Pao-you ku-ye = Bitter blade --
Gu-feng = The valley wind --
Bei-feng = Cold is the north wind --
Bo-zhou = Like a lonely bark --
Qiang-you-ci = Off the wall --
Sang-zhong = Hunting the dodder --
Qi-yu. Behold that bay ; A Chinese ode ; A Chinese ode ; Praise of Duke Wu of Wei --
Meng = To a man --
Zhu-gan = This rod --
You-hu = There's fox --
Jun-zi yang-yang = The Gudeman's come hame --
Cai-ge. Taedium ; Bean flower --
Jiang Zhong-zi = Hep-Cat Chung --
Zun-da-lu = If along the highroad --
Nü-yue ji-ming = The cock is crawin' --
Qian-shang = Gird your loins --
Feng-yu = Cold wind, and the rain --
Zi-jin-The student's blue collar or lapel --
Chu-qi dong-men-At the great gate --
Ye-you man-cao-Mid the bind-grass --
Zhi-hu = Young soldier thinks of home --
Shi-shu = Rats --
Ge-sheng = The kudzu spreads till it darkens the brier --
Yue-chu. A moon rising ; Moonrise --
Ze-bi = By that swamp's shore --
Su-guan. The white cap ; Plain cap --
Shi-you chang-chu = In the lowlands --
Qi-yue = In the seventh month --
Elegantiae. Lu-ming = Salt Lick! --
Si-mu = Request for furlough --
Cai-wei = We pick ferns, we pick ferns --
Yu-li = Fine fish to net --
Gu-feng. The zephyr's sigh ; The valley wind --
Wu-jiang da-ju = Don't walk beside the big carriage --
Qing-ying = Buzz buzz, the blue flies --
Greater odes of the kingdom. Mian = The House of Zhou --
Ling-tai = He measured out his spirit tower --
Odes of temple and altar. Chen-gong = King's Serfs --
Yi-xi = Halloa! --
Feng-nian = Good year --
Zai-shan = Weed grass --
Eight ancient poems from The fountain of old poems. Song of the peasants in the time of Yao --
Prayer at the winter Thanksgiving --
Yao's warning --
Inscription on a bathing vessel --
Inscription on a staff --
Inscription on a robe --
A writing on a door --
A writing on an ink-stone --
The source : Prose of the ancients : early narrative and philosophy. Narrative. from The book of history. A dialogue upon the maxims of the ancient kings, or the counsels of Kay Yau ; The metal-bound coffer --
The spring and autumn annals : Book 3, Reign of Duke Zhuang, Years 1-6 --
from The Zuo commentary. A wife's dilemma ; Chong'er : the years of wandering ; The death of Duke Jing of Jin ; The death of Duke Zhuang of Zhu --
Attitudes toward the supernatural. The battle of the snakes --
Human sacrific --
Destiny --
The speaking stone --
Fighting dragons --
Omens --
from Intrigues of the warring states. The handsome man ; The treasury report ; The tiger and the fox ; Yurang's revenge --
Philosophy. from The book of changes. The first hexagram : Kien ; The first and second hexagrams : Qian and Kun ; The fifty-second hexagram : Gen --
The analects of Confucius. Confucius sinarum philosophus --
Fourteen maxims from The morals of Confucius --
Seventeen fragments --
Six fragments --
The way and its power : Six chapters --
Big and useless ; Life is a dream ; Prince Hui's cook ; Autumn floods / Zhuangzi --
The transformation of things ; The freeing of the bound ; Brief, sudden, and chaos ; I'll drag my tail in mud ; Are you trying to shoo me? ; What fish really enjoy ; Peace in a vast room ; Lack-limb and lame-gait ; The skull ; Gamecocks ; Look for me in the dried fish store ; Confucius ; The pipes of heaven ; The axis of the way / Zhuangzi --
The compassionate heart ; The man of Qi ; Fish and bear's paw / Mencius --
Mr. He's jade ; The stump-watcher / Han Feizi --
Possessing the way ; The way of stealing ; The keeper of monkeys ; Dreaming and waking ; Still in Jin ; Mister Simple of North Mountain ; The size of the sun ; A good listener ; The artificial men ; Duke Jing's tears / Liezi --
The songs of the south : shamanism and poetry. On encountering trouble / Qu Yan --
The nine songs. The great unity, God of the eastern sky ; The lord within the clouds ; The goddess of the Xiang ; The lady of the Xiang ; The great master of fate ; The lesser master of fate ; The lord of the east ; The River Earl ; The mountain spirit ; Hymn to the fallen ; Honoring the dead / Qu Yuan. v. 1. The Han Dynasty and the Period of Disunion. Red and purple threads : rhapsodies from the Han and Six Dynasties. The wind ; The Gao Tang rhapsody / Song Yu --
The owl / Jia Yi --
The seven exhortations to rise / Mei Sheng --
The beautiful person ; The mighty one / Sima Xiangru --
The Sweet Springs Palace / Yang Xiong --
The bones of Zhuangzi / Zhang Heng --
The nightmare / Wang Yanshou --
Climbing the tower / Wang Can --
The Goddess of the Luo / Cao Zhi --
The sea / Mu Hua --
Mortals and immortals : historical and pseudo-historical writings from the Han and Six Dynasties. from Records of the grand historian. Lü Buwei : wealth and power ; Nie Zheng, man of valor ; Jing Ke, assassin / Sima Qian --
from History of the former Han. Dongfang Shuo, Jester extraordinary ; Madam Li, Imperial concubine / Ban Gu --
from History of the later Han. Guo Yu, physician ; Fei Changfang, magician ; Zuo Ci, magician / Fan Ye --
from Records of the three kingdoms. Zhu Jianping, physiognomist ; Zhou Xuan, diviner of dreams / Chen Shou --
from Lives of immortals. Ma Shi Huang, horse doctor ; Mao Nü, hairy woman ; Duzi, master calf ; Wen Bin, vendor of straw sandals ; Yin Sheng, beggar boy / Liu Xiang --
from Lives of divine immortals. Liu An, Prince of Huainan ; Jiao Xian : fire and snow ; Shen Jian : balls of medicine ; Li Babai : eight hundred ; Jie Xiang : minced fish and ginger / / Ge Hong --
We fought south of the city wall : ballads and folksongs of the Han and Six dynasties. Han Dynasty. Greening Yang --
A withered fish --
The ballad of the orphan boy --
At fifteen I joined the army --
We fought south of the city wall --
Mulberry on the bank --
West gate ballad --
Dew on the shallot --
Artemisia Village --
Almighty on high! --
The one I love --
Ten old poems. Life-parting --
The grass by the river-bank --
The cypress on the mound --
Man in the world lodging --
Man's life a sojourning --
No road back --
Take a lamp and wander forth --
The year draws to its end --
At the beginning of winter --
The bright moon --
Southeast the peacock flies --
A sad song --
The six dynasties. Southern dynasties. Seven Ziye songs. At sunset I strolled --
Was I not made for love? --
The first time I set eyes on you --
So long and still no mate --
Spring --
Summer --
Autumn --
Four Ziye songs. The fragrance comes from the scent I wear --
Summer --
Autumn --
Winter --
Northern dynasties. Three northern Yuefu ballads. The Ballad of Mulan --
Breaking a willow-branch --
Driving goats into a valley --
Qiyuge --
Tigers setting the wind astir : poets of the Han, Wei and Jin Dynasties. The hegemon's lament / Xiang Yu --
Song of the great wind / Liu Bang, Emperor Gao of Han --
The autumn wind ; Li Furen / Liu Che, Emperor Wu of Han --
Written in early autumn at the Pool of Sprinkling Water / Liu Fuling, Emperor Zhao of Han --
Epithalamium / Zhang Heng --
A first-born / Kong Rong --
Proclaiming the joy of certain hours / Liu Hong, Emperor Ling of the later Han --
Graveyard song ; Song on enduring the cold / Cao Cao --
Driving my chariot through the northern suburbs gate / Ruan Yu --
The wife's thoughts / Xu Gan --
Poem of seven sorrows / Wang Can --
Song : I watered my horse at the long wall caves / Chen Lin --
Poem without a category / Liu Zhen --
Speaking my mind / Zhongchang Tong --
A song of Yan / Cao Pi --
Four of six miscellaneous poems ; Far-off journey ; Emotion ; White horses / Cao Zhi --
Pity me! / Fu Xuan --
Emotion / Zhang Hua --
Homeward ; In mourning for his dead wife / Pan Yue --
Summoning the recluse / Lu Ji --
Summoning the recluse / Zuo Si --
First poem of wandering immortals ; Vision : second poem of wandering immortals / Guo Pu --
The joy of union / Yang Fang --
Looking at Stone Drum Mountain / Yu Chan --
Poem about my study at the back of the house / Zhan Fangsheng --
Bamboo Grove, Golden Valley, Orchid Pavilion : coteries of the third and fourth centuries. Seven sages of the Bamboo Grove. from A new account of tales of the world. Portraits from a late fourth-century tomb / Liu Yiqing --
Spoiling the mood : Master Huang's wineshop / Wang Rong --
Unpolished jade / Shan Tao --
Whistling ; Commandant of infantry; Nothing amiss ; A rough and rugged terrain ; The whites of his eyes / Ruan Ji --
Eight poems of my heart. Sleepless at midnight ; In my youth ; Last rays of the sun ; Weird dances ; Inscribe on your heart ; Day and night ; As dew-drops freeze ; In the shadow of death / Ruan Ji --
Learning ; In answer to Fu Yi's letter / Ruan Ji --
I came, I'm leaving ; Solitary pine ; The melody is no more ; The lute : a rhapsody ; A song of disillusionment ; Letter to Shan Tao / Xi Kang --
Recalling old times : a rhapsody / Xiang Xiu --
So much earth or wood ; The virtue of wine ; Hymn to the virtue of wine / Liu Ling --
Underpants ; Pigs and men / Ruan Xian --
Golden Valley. Longing to return : a lament ; Preface to the Golden Valley poems ; Biography of Shi Chong / Shi Chong --
Orchard Pavilion. Preface to the Orchid Pavilion poems / Wang Xizhi --
Song of my mountain dwelling / Zhidun --
An autumn day ; Wandering on Mount Tiantai / Sun Chuo --
Tao Yuanming: the gentleman of the five willow trees. The gentleman of the five willow trees ; Nineteen poems. Substance, shadow, and spirit ; Five poems on returning to dwell in the country ; Four poems written while drunk ; Two miscellaneous poems ; A picnic by the Xie River ; Written on the first day of the fifth month ; Putting the blame on his sons ; In reply to a poem by Liu Chaisang ; Harmonizing with a poem by the Registrar Guo ; Seeing off a guest at Captain Wang's headquarters ; Written on the ninth day of the ninth month of the year Yi-you / Tao Yuanming --
Miscellaneous poem ; Two poems written while drunk ; Three dirges ; The peach blossom spring ; The return : a rhapsody ; Elegy / Tao Yuanming --
The murmuring stream and the weary road : Xie Lingyun and Bao Zhao. On spending some time at the Bai'an Pavilion ; On climbing Stone Drum Mountain, near Shangshu ; On climbing Mount Green Crag in Yongjia ; All around my new house at Stone Gate ; Written on the lake on my way back to the retreat at Stone Cliff ; On climbing the highest peak of Stone Gate ; What I saw when I had crossed the lake ; I follow the Jinzhu Torrent ; A poem on Stone House Mountain ; Last poem ; Replying to a poem from my cousin Huilian / Xie Lingyun --
Six songs of the weary road. A goblet of wine ; This bronze censer ; Water spilt ; The grass by the river ; Folded wings ; A rough road / Bao Zhao --
Imitating the old poems ; Ballad in imitation of "The Prince of Huainan" ; Ballad : a song in the night ; Ballad : the boatman's song ; The desolate city : a rhapsody / Bao Zhao --
New songs from a Jade Terrace : court poetry of the Southern Dynasties. A pure wife / Yan Yanzhi --
I climb high to look at spring ; Night after night ; Spring ; Peach ; Green, green riverside grass / Shen Yue --
Wandering round Mount Taiping / Kong Zhigui --
Complaint of the jade staircase ; A prince went wandering ; An autumn night ; Looking at the morning rain ; I sit in my lofty study ; In a provincial capital sick in bed / Xie Tiao --
A border guard ; The candle ; The flute ; Morning sun / Xiao Yan --
Spring wind ; Singing-girls in the Brazen Bird ; Watching the new moon / He Xun --
Winter dawn / Xiao Zihui --
Staring ; Pining / Zhang Shuai --
On the third day I wait on the emperor / Yu Jianwu --
Spiders' spun threads ; I play my zither ; I can sigh ; Soft echoes / Xiao Gang --
Bagatelle ; The dance ; A maid's thanks for a mirror / Xu Ling --
The season of shadow ; Offered in thanks for a present of wine and a goose ; Harmonizing with great officer Yan's poem ; Harmonizing with the monk Heling's poem ; Running into snow while journeying through the suburbs ; Knights errant / Yu Xin --
Melancholy in the women's apartments / Jiang Zong --
A jade tree blossoms in the back garden / Chen Shubao --
Green bag and yellow covers : a miscellany of prose from the Han and Six Dynasties. On the employment of foreigners / Li Si --
On war ; On the value of agriculture / Chao Cuo --
On the nature of Tao / Liu An, Prince of Huainan --
Against hunting / Sima Xiangru --
Music / The Prince of Zhongshan --
Heroes wanted! A proclamation / Liu Che, Emperor Wu of Han --
Self-recommendation / Dongfang Shuo --
Letter to Ren An / Sima Qian --
A reply to Su Wu / Li Ling --
On punishments / Lu Wenshu --
On spirits / Wang Chong --
Stele for Wang Ziqiao / Cai Yong --
On happiness / Zhongchang Tong --
On deploying the army / Zhuge Liang --
Jade / Wang Su --
Memorial expressing my feelings / Li Mi --
from Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms. A Chinese Pilgrim in Ceylon / Faxian --
Faith is the substance / Kumārajīva --
On landscape painting / Zong Bing --
Dalei Riverbank : from a letter to my sister / Bao Zhao --
Proclamation on North Mountain / Kong Zhigui --
Pleasure in mountains and streams / Wu Jun --
Eagle Hill (from a letter to Yang Xiuzhi) / Zu Hongxun --
from The monasteries of Luoyang / Yang Xuanzhi --
from Family instructions for the Yan Clan. Last will / Yan Zhitui --
The thousand character classic / Zhou Xingsi. v. 1. The Han Dynasty and the Period of Disunion. The carving of dragons : early literary criticism. The "Great Preface" to the Book of Songs ; On literature / Cao Pi --
Literature : a rhapsody. Preface ; Preparation ; Process ; Words, words, words ; Virtue ; Diversity ; Multiple aspects ; Revision ; Key passages ; Plagiarism ; Purple patches ; Five imperfections ; Variability ; Masterpieces ; The poet's despair ; Inspiration ; Coda: Encomium / Lu Ji --
from The literary mind and the carving of dragons ; On imagination / Liu Xie --
Spirits and humors : strange tales from the Six Dynasties. In search of spirits. Tongue splicing and other arts ; The seance ; The tomb of the Three Kings ; Han Ping and his wife ; Li E returns from the dead ; Song Dingbo sells a ghost ; Scholar Tan ; The grave wedding of Lu Chong ; Li Ji, the serpent slayer ; The cave of the sick dragon ; People growing horns ; Sex changes / Gan Bao --
A new account of tales of the world. Riches and clogs ; Lady Guo ; Hearing the way in the morning ; Drunk again ; In my pants ; Liu Bao ; The strength of an impulse ; Shallots ; An unusual flavor ; Coral trees ; Temper ; Over the wall / Liu Yiqing. v. 1. The Sui, Tang and five dynasties. The great river : poets of the early Tang. Farmers ; View of the wilds ; Written on the tavern wall ; Drinking alone ; To a kill-joy ; Record of drunk-land / Wang Ji --
Chang'an / Lu Zhaolin --
On the cicada : in prison ; Mooring by Jiangzhen in the evening / Luo Binwang --
Parting by moonlight in a river pavilion ; Departing from Yiyang in the early morning / Wang Bo --
Meditation on the past at White Emperor City ; Staying in Luoxiang County for the evening ; Entering Qiao Gorge and Anju Creek ; Song on Youzhou Terrace ; Stirred by my experiences : three of a series of thirty-eight poems / Chen Zi'ang --
Written at Jumble-Rock Mountain by the South Sea ; Lodging in Annam / Du Shenyan --
On Old Zhang's pine tree / Song Zhiwen --
First reaching Huanzhou / Shen Quanqi --
Hearing bells at night in the mountains ; Composition in drunkenness / Zhang Yue --
Wang Wei : poet and painter. Poems from Wheel River, ten from a sequence of twenty, with accompanying poems by Pei Di. The cove of the Wall of Meng ; The hill of Huazi ; The hill of the hatchet-leaved bamboos ; The deer enclosure ; The magnolia enclosure ; The path of the ashtrees ; Lake Yi ; The stream at the House of the Luans ; The hermitage of the bamboos ; The bank of the magnolias / Wang Wei, Pei Di --
Letter to Pei Di written in the mountains / Wang Wei --
To Magistrate Zhang ; Mount Zhongnan ; Passing Hidden Fragrance Temple ; On the mountain ; Birdsong torrent ; In retirement at Zhongnan ; Autumn mountain evening ; Mission to the frontier ; Dike of the cormorants / Wang Wei --
A poem of farewell, eight versions Der Abschied des Freundes ; Goodbye to Meng Haoran ; "So farewell. And if for ever, still for ever fare ye well ; At parting ; Seeing someone off ; To see a friend off ; Parting ; Farewell / Wang Wei --
Farewell to spring ; Playfully inscribed on a large boulder ; Melody of Wei City ; You come from my village ; Weeping for Ying Yao ; Climbing to the Monastery of Perception / Wang Wei --
Li Bo : the banished immortal. Preface for the poetry from a spring evening party ; Quiet night thought ; The road to Shu is hard ; My trip in a dream to the Lady of Heaven Mountain ; Xiangyang song ; Take wine ; Bring on the wine ; Song of the heavenly horse ; Early departure from White Emperor Fortress ; A Lu Mountain song ; Climbing Xie Tiao's north tower at Xuan in autumn ; A farewell dinner for my Uncle Li Yun, the collator ; Inscribed at Summit Temple ; In praise of a gold and silver painted scene of the Buddha manifestation ; Up into the clouds music ; Drinking alone in the moonlight: 1-4 ; Inscription on an old tomb at Guangling ; Old Dai's wine shop / Li Bo --
The river merchant's wife : a letter ; Poem by the bridge at Ten-shin ; The jewel stairs' grievance ; Exile's letter ; Separation on the River Kiang ; Taking leave of a friend / Li Bo --
On visiting a Taoist master in the Daitian Mountains ; Abandon ; Longing ; Hard is the journey / Li Bo --
For Du Fu ; To Wang Lun ; Conversation among the mountains ; Autumn lines / Li Bo --
A statement of resolutions after being drunk on a spring day ; Un jour de printemps ; Der trinker im Frühling ; "The best of life is but" / Li Bo --
River chant ; En bateau / Li Bo --
Ivresse d'amour ; Sy-che and the king ; Intoxication of love ; For the dancer of the King of Wu / Li Bo --
La flûte mystérieuse ; The mysterious flute ; A flute of marvel ; Spring night in Luoyang--hearing a flute / Li Bo --
A solitary carouse on a day in spring ; A snapshot ; Drinking with a friend ; Night mooring at Cow's Creek ; A night with a friend ; Her presence was a roomful of flowers / Li Bo --
Du Fu : the sage of poetry. On a prospect of Mount Tai ; Moonlit night ; Spring scene ; Thinking of my brothers on a moonlit night ; Dreaming of Li Bo ; From a height ; On Yueyang Tower / Du Fu --
Song of the beautiful ladies ; Song of Pengya ; Lovely lady ; Presented to Wei Ba, gentleman in retirement ; The man with no family to take leave of ; Five of seven songs written during the Qian-yuan Era ; On the spur of the moment ; A guest arrives ; Restless night ; Quatrain : in late sun ; They say you're staying in a mountain temple ; On the river / Du Fu --
Wasteland--gazing far away ; A traveler at night writes his thoughts / Du Fu --
Six cut-shorts. Sun lengthens ; River Jade-Gray ; Sun rises from water ; Shady, shady ; West of hut ; Yellow orioles / Du Fu --
Flying from trouble ; Written on the wall at Zhang's hermitage ; Visiting Zan, Abbot of Dayun ; Jade Flower Palace ; Traveling northward ; By the Winding River ; Loneliness ; Clear after rain ; Brimming water / Du Fu --
Facing the snow ; Walking alone by the riverbank seeking flowers ; My thatched roof is ruined by the autumn wind ; Autumn meditation / Du Fu --
The ballad of the army wagons ; Ballad on seeing a pupil of the Lady Gongsun dance the sword mime / Du Fu --
Village by the river ; Second letter to my nephew Wulang / Du Fu --
Night feast, Zuo family village ; Thinking of my little boy / Du Fu --
Midnight ; The autumn wastes : 1 & 2 ; Deep in winter / Du Fu --
An evening shower in spring ; La pluie de printemps ; The kindly rain ; Spring night, happy rain ; Spring rain ; Good rain : a night in spring / Du Fu --
The pressgang ; The conscription ; The pressgang at Shihao Village / Du Fu --
Spring, river, flowers, moon night : poets of the High Tang. Three poets in a tavern : an anecdote, from an early-ninth-century collection --
Spring, river, flowers, moon, night / Zhang Ruoxu --
A reason fair / Wang Han --
The return / He Zhizhang --
Climbing a tall building on an autumn evening / Zhang Jiuling --
Hooded crane tower / Wang Zhihuan --
A night mooring on the Jiande River ; A spring morning ; From a mooring on the Tonglu to a friend in Yangzhou ; Taking leave of Wang Wei ; In summer at the south pavilion thinking of Xing ; At the mountain-lodge of the Buddhist priest Ye ; Returning at night to Lumen Mountain / Meng Haoran --
Yellow crane tower / Cui Hao --
To Zhang Xu / Li Qi --
Autumn evening on the great lake ; Song by the walls ; At the stream's source in spring : a party ; Under a border-fortress / Wang Changling --
On parting with the Buddhist Pilgrim Lingche ; While visiting on the south stream the Taoist priest Chang ; Climbing in autumn for a view from the temple ; On seeing Wang leave for the south ; Snow on Lotus Mountain / Liu Zhangqing --
Song for General Zhao ; On the west tower in Guozhou / Cen Shen --
The ruined terrace ; Ji Gate ; The north tower of Golden Fort ; The song of the fisherman / Gao Shi --
A mountain spring ; Tea ; Evening in the garden, clear after rain / Chu Guangxi --
After the raiders have gone / Yuan Jie --
Kingfisher with fish in beak ; From my study at the mouth of the valley ; Dedicated to the Hermit Cui / Qian Qi --
A Buddhist retreat behind Broken-Mountain Temple / Chang Jian --
Seeking a hermit on West Mountain and not finding him / Qiu Wei --
Hard traveling / Gu Kuang --
Autumn day / Geng Wei --
Su Creek Pavilion / Dai Shulun --
Autumn night message : to Qiu ; At Chuzhou on the western stream ; A poem to a Taoist hermit on Quanjiao Mountain ; Mooring at twilight in Yuyi district ; East of the town / Wei Yingwu --
Two frontier songs : matching rhymes with General Zhang / Lu Lun --
Stones where the haft rotted : poets of the Mid Tang. Laments of the Gorges : 1 & 2 ; Apricots die young : 1 & 2 ; Lament for Lu Yin ; The stones where the haft rotted ; Risks / Meng Jiao --
On hearing a flute at night from the Wall of Shouxiang / Li Yi --
A night-mooring near Maple Bridge / Zhang Ji --
Autumn thoughts ; A withered tree ; to Hou Xi ; Losing a tooth ; Song of the stone drums ; The wounded falcon ; Humanity ; Discontent / Han Yu --
Raven Robe Lane ; Gazing on Lake Dongting ; Looking at my knife-hilt: a song ; The city of stones / Liu Yuxi --
River-snow ; Reading Buddhist classics with Chao at his temple in the early morning ; Dwelling by a stream ; From the city-tower of Liuzhou ; An old fisherman / Liu Zongyuan --
Weeping for the Zen Master Boyan ; Evening view as the snow clears ; Looking for the recluse and not finding him ; Spending the night at a mountain temple / Jia Dao --
Bo Juyi : madly singing in the mountains. Planting bamboos ; Passing Tianmen Street in Chang'an ; The flower market ; The chancelor's gravel drive ; The charcoal-seller ; Golden bells ; Lazy man's song ; Winter night ; The chrysanthemums in the eastern garden ; Remembering golden bells ; Madly singing in the mountains ; Eating bamboo-shoots ; The red cockatoo ; Climbing the Lingying Terrace and looking north ; Realizing the futility of life ; The cranes ; On his baldness ; To a talkative guest ; Inscription written by me in my small garden ; Sitting quietly : written during my illness ; A dream of mountaineering ; Laozi ; Last poem / Bo Juyi --
The everlasting wrong ; Song of the lute : preface and poem ; Poem for Yuan Zhen ; At the end of spring : to Yuan Zhen ; The letter ; Yuan Zhen to Bo Juyi ; Bo Juyi to Yuan Zhen : a letter ; Dreaming that I went with Li and Yu to visit Yuan Zhen ; The death of Yuan Zhen ; Dreaming of Yuan Zhen ; On hearing someone sing a poem by Yuan Zhen / Bo Juyi --
The pitcher ; You're no exception ; The song of the pearl-fishers ; Nearly a sky half clear, not yet half light / Yuan Zhen. v. 1. The Sui, Tang and five dynasties. The patterned lute : poets of the Late Tang. Chang'gu ; Under the walls of Ping City ; Song of the magic strings ; Magic strings ; Farewell song of magic strings ; Song of an arrowhead from Changping ; Song : a lovely girl combing her hair ; Song : dragons at midnight / Li He --
Easing my heart ; To judge Han Chuo at Yangzhou ; Recalling former travels : 1 & 2 ; Egrets ; A mountain walk ; Spring south of the river ; A tower by the Yangtze River ; Basin Pond ; Plantains ; Too late ; A wilderness ; Old love ; Take the bottle, and ascent / Du Mu --
Without title ; High noon ; Chamber music ; Untitled poems : 1-5 ; The walls of Emerald : 1-3 ; The patterned lute / Li Shangyin --
She sighs on her jade lute ; To a friend bound east ; Near the Lizhou Ferry ; The Temple of Su Wu ; In the mountains as autumn begins ; Passing a ruined place / Wen Tingyun --
The lament of the Lady of Qin / Wei Zhuang --
The twenty-four modes of poetry. Energy--absolute ; Tranquil repose ; Slim--stout ; Concentration ; Height--antiquity ; Refinement ; Wash--smelt ; Strength ; Embroideries ; The natural ; Conservation ; Set free ; Animal spirits ; Close woven ; Seclusion ; Fascination ; In tortuous ways ; Actualities ; Despondent ; Form and feature ; The transcendental ; Abstraction ; Illumined ; Motion / Sikong Tu --
Red leaf : women poets from the first century B.C. to the tenth century A.D. A song of white hair / Zhuo Wenjun --
Song of regret / Ban Jieyu --
Poem of sorrow / Cai Yan --
A song of Xiling Lake / Su Xiaoxiao --
In the key of farewell ; Poem sent to a traveler / Bao Linghui --
Her tiara flowers ; Parody of the other woman / Shen Manyuan --
A greeting to Lu Yu / Li Ye --
Slender fingers ; Red sandalwood mouth ; Willow eyebrows ; Cloud hairdress ; Creamy breasts / Zhao Luanluan --
Cicadas ; Wind ; Dog parted from her master ; Parrot parted from her cage ; Crabapple Brook / Xue Tao --
Mourning / Guan Panpan --
Divided by the Han River ; Spring passion ; Voicing deepest thoughts ; Selling wilted peonies ; Vanishing spring moves to regret / Yu Xuanji --
The story of Yu Xuanji / Huangfu Mei --
Cold Mountain: poetry of Zen and the Tao. The believing mind / Seng Can, the Third Zen Patriarch --
Four quatrains from the Canticle of the way. Roar of the lion ; Heart's mirror clear ; The one moon seen ; Let them mock! / Xuanjue --
: Bumping on an ass ; Get blind drunk ; A piece of the loot ; The ghosts clap hands / Wang the Zealot --
Body asking shadow ; In a tangle of cliffs ; In the mountains ; The wrecked town ; Cold Mountain ; The way to Cold Mountain ; Settled at Cold Mountain ; The Cold Mountain path ; Rough and dark ; Back at Cold Mountain ; House without walls ; Happy among these cliffs ; Like a drifting boat ; Try and make it / "Cold Mountain" (Hanshan, Tang dynasty) --
Cold Mountain ; Playful poem ; Spontaneous poems : 1 & 2 / Jiaoran --
In reply to Wei Dan ; Spending the night at East Forest Temple / Lingche --
Zen sermon / Xuanjian --
Four paradise poems / Guanxiu --
Letter to a Zen Master / Han Wo --
Return to the source : Essays of the Tang Dynasty. On an old battlefield / Li Hua --
The source : on the true faith of a Confucianist ; On a bone from Buddha's body ; A bone of Fo ; Proclamation to the crocodile ; In memoriam--1 ; In memoriam--2 / Han Yu --
My humble home / Liu Yuxi --
Catching snakes ; Congratulations on a fire ; The beauties of Buddhism ; Pas Trop Gouverner : Camel-back the gardner. On first making an excursion to the Western Hill ; The small hill west of the Flat-Iron Lake / Liu Zongyuan --
The world in a pillow : classical tales of the Tang Dynasty. The world in a pillow ; Miss Ren, or the Fox Lady / Shen Jiji --
The departed spirit / Chen Xuanyou --
The Dragon King's daughter / Li Chaowei --
The story of Yingying / Yuan Zhen --
The curly-bearded hero / Anon. --
Betrothal Inn ; The alchemist / Li Fuyan --
Mid-river / Liu Zongyuan --
Turning the scrolls : ballads and stories from Dunhuang. Meng Jiangnü̈ at the Long Wall --
The Emperor Taizong in hell --
The quest of Mulian or The great Maudgalyāyana rescues his mother from hell. Among the flowers : lyrics of the Tang and Five Dynasties. from the Dunhuang Manuscripts. The girl and her companion ; Reed flowers turn white ; Over the pillow ; Yesterday morning ; Behind the mountain ; The red stove warms the room ; Drop by drop ; Do not pluck me --
Tartar horse ; Milky Way / Wei Yingwu --
Round fan ; Willow / Wang Jian --
Red blossoms ; Parrot Island / Liu Yuxi --
Jiangnan ; Hangzhou ; Wu / Bo Juyi --
Gold glimmers and fades ; News so seldom comes ; In her moonlit chamber ; In the south courtyard ; A brilliant moon ; Embers of incense / Wen Tingyun --
A candle dies ; A green pond ; Hidden tears ; The moon dips low ; I remember / Wei Zhuang --
Deep peach glades / Li Cunxu --
Spring Mountains / Niu Xiji --
The cloud that drifted / Feng Yansi --
Sorrow for spring ; The west wind ferries frief / Li Jing --
Butterfly / Zhang Bi --
I mustn't ask / Mao Wenxi --
Nightlong I wander ; The idlest dreams : 1 & 2 ; The flowered woods ; The past ; One dream ; Immeasurable pain! ; The river rolling eastward ; Shaken, they cling again ; Silent and alone / Li Yu.
Other Titles: Han ying chü Hua chi
Responsibility: John Minford and Joseph S.M. Lau, editors = [Han ying chü Hua chi / Min Fu-te, Liu Shao-ming ho pien].

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