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Anthology of Chinese literature, compiled and edited by Cyril Birch. Associate editor, Donald Keene

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Anthology of Chinese literature
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Anthology of Chinese literature
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compiled and edited by Cyril Birch. Associate editor, Donald Keene
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  • chi
  • eng
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Presents classic Chinese tales of love and morality, marriage and justice, and the strange and supernatural
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Birch, Cyril
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non fiction
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Keene, Donald
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  • Chinese literature
  • English literature
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Note
Vol. 2 lacks series statement
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Bibliography: volume 1, pages 489-492; volume 2, pages 473-476
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Contents
  • Three persuasions
  • Recruiting officer at Shih-hao village
  • A song of war chariots
  • Tu Fu
  • Prose essays.
  • Farewell to poverty
  • Lament for his nephew Shih-erh Lang
  • Against the god of the wind
  • Memorial on the bone of Buddha
  • Proclamation to the crocodile
  • An enquiry into slander
  • The faults of Ch-in
  • Han Yü
  • Camel Kuo the gardener
  • Liu Tsung-yüan
  • Poets of a generation : two.
  • The withered tree
  • A poem on the stone drums
  • Han Yü
  • Linked verse.
  • A garland of roses
  • A song of unending sorrow
  • Chia Yi
  • On the lotuses newly planted at the municipal headquarters
  • The temple
  • The red cockatoo
  • On his baldness
  • To a talkative guest
  • The poem on the wall
  • Po Chü-yi
  • Temporary palace
  • The pitcher
  • Yüan Chen
  • The songs of Ch'u.
  • The grave of little Su
  • The northern cold
  • Don't go out of the door
  • Ancient arrowhead
  • The bronze bird platform
  • Magic string
  • Li Ho
  • Two extracts from "The eclipse of the moon"
  • Lu T'ung
  • T'ang short stories.
  • Encountering sorrow
  • The story of Ts'ui Ying-ying
  • Yüan Chen
  • The story of Miss Li
  • Po Hsing-chien
  • The curly-bearded hero
  • Tu Kuang-t'ing
  • A late T'ang poet.
  • Seven love poems
  • Ma-wei
  • The lady in the moon
  • from "The nine songs".
  • Peonies
  • The walls of emerald
  • Li Shang-yin
  • The princess of the Hsiang
  • The lady of the Hsiang
  • The lord of the east
  • The spirits of the fallen
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Chou dynasty (1121-221 B.C.).
  • The ritual cycle
  • from "The nine declarations".
  • A lament for Ying
  • In praise of the orange tree
  • from "The nine arguments"
  • The summons of the soul
  • Summons for a gentleman who became a recluse
  • Chuang Tzu and others on death.
  • Three dialogues
  • Chuang Tzu
  • Book of songs
  • The testamentary edict of Emperor Wen
  • A discussion of death
  • Wang Ch'ung.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 219). Biographies by Ssu-ma Ch'ien.
  • Letter to Jen An
  • The biography of Po Yi and Shu Ch'i
  • The biography of Ching K'o
  • The death of Hsiang Yü
  • The biography of General Li Kuang
  • Ssu-ma Ch'ien
  • Early historical writings.
  • Rhyme prose of the Han dynasty.
  • The wind
  • Sung Yü
  • The owl
  • Lament for Ch'ü Yüan
  • Chia Yi
  • from "The Shang-lin park"
  • Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Period of division (220-589). On seclusion : two letters, a dream, and a satire.
  • Letter to Sun Hui-tsung
  • from The Tso commentary.
  • Yang Yün
  • Letter to Shan T'ao
  • Hsi K'ang
  • Peach blossom spring
  • T'ao Ch'ien
  • Proclamation on North Mountain
  • K'ung Chih-kuei
  • The poetry of the recluse.
  • The bones of Chuang Tzu
  • Chang Heng
  • The death of Duke Ching of Chin
  • from "Poems of my heart"
  • Juan Chi
  • Two poems on returning to dwell in the country
  • Written while drunk
  • On reading the classic of the hills and seas
  • A song of poor scholars
  • Written in imitation of an ancient bearers' song
  • Putting the blame on his sons
  • Written on the ninth day of the ninth month of the year yi-yu
  • T'ao Ch'ien
  • from Conversations from the states.
  • Three poems from "Tedious ways"
  • The ruined city
  • Pao Chao
  • from "Cold Mountain" poems
  • Han-shan
  • On literature.
  • Essay on literature
  • Lu Chi.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. T'ang dynasty (618-907). Poets of a generation : one.
  • Letter to the Bachelor of Arts P'ei Ti
  • The downfall of Prince Shen-sheng
  • Wang Wei
  • from "Poems of the River Wang"
  • Wang Wei and Pe'i Ti
  • Seeing Master Yüan off on his mission to Kucha
  • To the assistant prefect Chang
  • Wang Wei
  • On the mountain : question and answer
  • Spring thoughts
  • To someone far away
  • Night mooring at Cow's Creek : I think of the old man
  • from Intrigues of the warring states.
  • Visiting Han-tan : the dancers at the southern pavilion
  • To Yüan Tan-ch'iu
  • To his old friend Hsin
  • Fighting south of the ramparts
  • Four poems on wine
  • Letter to Han Ching-chou
  • Li Po
  • Autumn meditation
  • Looking out over the plains
  • Thoughts on a night journey
  • Wei Chuang
  • [Untitled]
  • Hsieh Chao-yün
  • [Untitled]
  • Ku Hsiung
  • [Untitled]
  • Sun Kuang-hsien
  • [Untitled]
  • Lu Ch'ien-yi
  • [Untitled]
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Sung dynasty (960-1279). Poems in irregular metre.
  • Yen Hsüan
  • [Untitled]
  • Mao Hsi-chen
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Yü
  • [Untitled]
  • Anonymous woman poet
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Ts'un hsü
  • [Untitled]
  • [Untitled]
  • Su Shih
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Ch'ing-chao
  • Two prose masters of the Sung dynasty.
  • Preface to the collected poems of the priest Pi-yen
  • The sound of autumn
  • Ou-yang Hsiu
  • Letter to the emperor Shen-tsung
  • The red cliff, I
  • The red cliff, II
  • Li Po
  • Su Shih
  • A poet of the Sung dynasty.
  • from "A rural sequence".
  • Early spring
  • Late spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Fan Ch'eng-ta.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Yüan dynasty (1280-1367). Two Yüan plays.
  • Five poems to "Strangers in saint's coif" tune
  • Li K'uei carries thorns
  • K'ang Chin-chih
  • Autumn in the palace of Han
  • Ma Chih-yüan
  • A Yüan novel.
  • from "The men of the marshes".
  • The plot against the birthday convoy
  • Three poems to the "Water-clock" tune
  • Wen T'ing-Yün
  • Four poems to the "Strangers in saint's coif" tune
  • Four poems to various tunes
  • Kuan Han-ch'ing
  • Thoughts of love
  • Hu Chih-yü
  • [Untitled]
  • Ma Chih-yüan
  • T'ung Pass
  • Chang Yang-hao
  • Taoist songs
  • Teng Yü-pin
  • Thoughts of love
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Yüan dynasty (1280-1367). Songs of the Yüan dynasty.
  • Hsü Tsai-ssu
  • To a pretty girl with a mole on her cheek
  • Tu Tsun-li
  • Autumn sadness
  • Chou Wen-chih
  • A waterfall revisited
  • Ch'iao Chi
  • The waterfall temple at T'ien-t'ai
  • Chang K'o-chiu.
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Ghosts and other marvels.
  • [Untitled]
  • The jade kuan-yin
  • A record of the land of the blessed
  • Ch'ü Yu
  • The wolf of Chung-shan
  • Ma Chung-hsi
  • A poet of the early Ming.
  • Preface to his own poems
  • On hearing the sound of oars, when leaving the east gate of the city at dawn
  • The song of the man of the green hill
  • Written on seeing the flowers, and remembering my daughter
  • Seeking a mate
  • Called for the compilation of the Yüan history and about to leave for the capital, I take leave of my wife
  • Winter hardship in the capital
  • Four poems from the eastern cottage
  • Kao Ch'i
  • A hilarious Buddhist allegory.
  • The temptation of Saint Pigsy
  • Wu Ch'eng-en
  • A masterpiece of Ming drama.
  • from Peony pavilion
  • T'ang Hsien-tsu
  • Anonymous
  • [Untitled]
  • Bedroom scene
  • Song set : defy old age
  • Song set : get out while you can
  • Wu Wei-yeh
  • Spoken drama on a historical theme.
  • from The malice of empire.
  • Act I, Scene 1 : "The consort humiliated"
  • Yao Hsin-nung
  • The creation of a "people's literature".
  • The smashing of the Dragon King
  • Wang T'ieh
  • A novelist in exile.
  • from The rouge of the north.
  • The bethrothal of Yindi
  • High wind at Nanking : mooring at the quay named for the T'ang rebel Huang Ch'ao
  • Eileen Chang
  • New poets of Taiwan.
  • At the end of the watercourse
  • The passer-through-the-walls
  • Chou Meng-tieh
  • from Death in the stone cell
  • Lo Fu
  • The firstborn blackness
  • Lo Fu
  • Gradient of the Milky Way
  • Chin-shih Tan-kuei
  • The queue being unbraided
  • The maguey
  • The escaping sky
  • Shang Ch'in
  • Salt
  • On streets of China
  • Ya Hsien
  • Are such the voices--
  • Fugue
  • Yip Wai-lim
  • Rain
  • Narcissus
  • Strawberry fields in summer
  • Variation
  • Wounds : a song
  • Yeh Shan
  • White lotus
  • Sentry fires at T'ung-kuan
  • Wang Fu-chih
  • Girl on a swing
  • Ch'en Wei-sung
  • Crossing the pass at Wildgoose Gate
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Ch'ing dynasty (1644-1911). Early Ch'ing lyrics.
  • The temple to Sun Ch'üan, the Lord of Wu
  • At the Heavenly Dragon Temple, where Kao Huan built his summer palace
  • Wild geese
  • Chu Yi-tsun
  • [Untitled]
  • Singde
  • On the art of living.
  • Random relaxations /
  • Li Yü
  • More ghosts and fantasies.
  • Spring love
  • The Rakshas and the sea market
  • Ying-ning
  • P'u Sung-ling
  • Three ghost stories
  • Yüan Mei
  • In the country of women
  • Li Ju-chen
  • A poet of the Ch'ien-lung period.
  • On a picture called "Returning boat", painted for him by his friend Ni Su-feng
  • The bell
  • Thoughts on a springtime storm
  • On the funeral of his carpenter, who had no family
  • On his chair-bearers--a case of misplaced sympathy
  • On the rock, near Kiukiang, on which the poet T'ao Ch'ien lay when drunk
  • On returning from a journey
  • On books
  • Seven poems on aging
  • Yüan Mei
  • Red chamber dream.
  • How to be rid of a rival
  • Ts'ao Hsüeh-ch'in
  • Spring sorrows
  • The new art of autobiography.
  • from Six chapters from a floating life
  • Shen Fu
  • A bandit chief
  • Shen Ts'ung-wen
  • Late Ch'ing lyrics.
  • Memories of a journey by boat
  • Chiang Shih-ch'üan
  • [Untitled]
  • Night visit to the Lute Song Pavilion
  • Ch'en Tzu-lung
  • Tso Fu
  • [Untitled]
  • Chiang Ch'un-lin
  • A view of the Ming tombs from the topmost level of the Yang Terrace
  • In reply to a poem from Tz'u-shan, thanking me for the gift of Sung and Yüan lyrics I had had printed
  • Wang P'eng-yün
  • [Untitled]
  • Huang Hsing
  • Snow
  • Swimming
  • Cherishing antiquity at Garlic Hill
  • Mao Tse-tung.
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Republican period (1911-). The modern short story.
  • Benediction
  • Lu Hsün
  • Spring silkworms
  • Mao Tun
  • The new verse.
  • from "The Cambridge I knew"
  • Second farewell to Cambridge
  • Seven, Stone Tiger Lane
  • Old flame
  • Joy of the snowflake
  • A song of dead leaves
  • P'i-pa in Midnight Alley
  • Sea rhyme
  • On hearing the chant of intercession at the Temple of Heaven's Stillness at Ch'angchou
  • Hsü Chih-mo
  • Dead water
  • Tranquil night
  • Red candle
  • You swear by the sun
  • In time of sickness
  • The last day
  • Wen Yi-to
  • Setting out
  • The wheelbarrows
  • The north
  • The gamblers
  • Old man
  • Ai Ch'ing
  • Seven sonnets
  • Feng Chih
  • [1] From early times to the 14th century.--v. 2. From the 14th century to the present day
Control code
331103
Dimensions
21-24 cm, 21 cm (v. 2)
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780394177663
Isbn Type
(v. 2) (pbk.)
Lccn
65014202
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)408034
Label
Anthology of Chinese literature, compiled and edited by Cyril Birch. Associate editor, Donald Keene
Publication
Note
Vol. 2 lacks series statement
Bibliography note
Bibliography: volume 1, pages 489-492; volume 2, pages 473-476
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Three persuasions
  • Recruiting officer at Shih-hao village
  • A song of war chariots
  • Tu Fu
  • Prose essays.
  • Farewell to poverty
  • Lament for his nephew Shih-erh Lang
  • Against the god of the wind
  • Memorial on the bone of Buddha
  • Proclamation to the crocodile
  • An enquiry into slander
  • The faults of Ch-in
  • Han Yü
  • Camel Kuo the gardener
  • Liu Tsung-yüan
  • Poets of a generation : two.
  • The withered tree
  • A poem on the stone drums
  • Han Yü
  • Linked verse.
  • A garland of roses
  • A song of unending sorrow
  • Chia Yi
  • On the lotuses newly planted at the municipal headquarters
  • The temple
  • The red cockatoo
  • On his baldness
  • To a talkative guest
  • The poem on the wall
  • Po Chü-yi
  • Temporary palace
  • The pitcher
  • Yüan Chen
  • The songs of Ch'u.
  • The grave of little Su
  • The northern cold
  • Don't go out of the door
  • Ancient arrowhead
  • The bronze bird platform
  • Magic string
  • Li Ho
  • Two extracts from "The eclipse of the moon"
  • Lu T'ung
  • T'ang short stories.
  • Encountering sorrow
  • The story of Ts'ui Ying-ying
  • Yüan Chen
  • The story of Miss Li
  • Po Hsing-chien
  • The curly-bearded hero
  • Tu Kuang-t'ing
  • A late T'ang poet.
  • Seven love poems
  • Ma-wei
  • The lady in the moon
  • from "The nine songs".
  • Peonies
  • The walls of emerald
  • Li Shang-yin
  • The princess of the Hsiang
  • The lady of the Hsiang
  • The lord of the east
  • The spirits of the fallen
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Chou dynasty (1121-221 B.C.).
  • The ritual cycle
  • from "The nine declarations".
  • A lament for Ying
  • In praise of the orange tree
  • from "The nine arguments"
  • The summons of the soul
  • Summons for a gentleman who became a recluse
  • Chuang Tzu and others on death.
  • Three dialogues
  • Chuang Tzu
  • Book of songs
  • The testamentary edict of Emperor Wen
  • A discussion of death
  • Wang Ch'ung.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 219). Biographies by Ssu-ma Ch'ien.
  • Letter to Jen An
  • The biography of Po Yi and Shu Ch'i
  • The biography of Ching K'o
  • The death of Hsiang Yü
  • The biography of General Li Kuang
  • Ssu-ma Ch'ien
  • Early historical writings.
  • Rhyme prose of the Han dynasty.
  • The wind
  • Sung Yü
  • The owl
  • Lament for Ch'ü Yüan
  • Chia Yi
  • from "The Shang-lin park"
  • Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Period of division (220-589). On seclusion : two letters, a dream, and a satire.
  • Letter to Sun Hui-tsung
  • from The Tso commentary.
  • Yang Yün
  • Letter to Shan T'ao
  • Hsi K'ang
  • Peach blossom spring
  • T'ao Ch'ien
  • Proclamation on North Mountain
  • K'ung Chih-kuei
  • The poetry of the recluse.
  • The bones of Chuang Tzu
  • Chang Heng
  • The death of Duke Ching of Chin
  • from "Poems of my heart"
  • Juan Chi
  • Two poems on returning to dwell in the country
  • Written while drunk
  • On reading the classic of the hills and seas
  • A song of poor scholars
  • Written in imitation of an ancient bearers' song
  • Putting the blame on his sons
  • Written on the ninth day of the ninth month of the year yi-yu
  • T'ao Ch'ien
  • from Conversations from the states.
  • Three poems from "Tedious ways"
  • The ruined city
  • Pao Chao
  • from "Cold Mountain" poems
  • Han-shan
  • On literature.
  • Essay on literature
  • Lu Chi.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. T'ang dynasty (618-907). Poets of a generation : one.
  • Letter to the Bachelor of Arts P'ei Ti
  • The downfall of Prince Shen-sheng
  • Wang Wei
  • from "Poems of the River Wang"
  • Wang Wei and Pe'i Ti
  • Seeing Master Yüan off on his mission to Kucha
  • To the assistant prefect Chang
  • Wang Wei
  • On the mountain : question and answer
  • Spring thoughts
  • To someone far away
  • Night mooring at Cow's Creek : I think of the old man
  • from Intrigues of the warring states.
  • Visiting Han-tan : the dancers at the southern pavilion
  • To Yüan Tan-ch'iu
  • To his old friend Hsin
  • Fighting south of the ramparts
  • Four poems on wine
  • Letter to Han Ching-chou
  • Li Po
  • Autumn meditation
  • Looking out over the plains
  • Thoughts on a night journey
  • Wei Chuang
  • [Untitled]
  • Hsieh Chao-yün
  • [Untitled]
  • Ku Hsiung
  • [Untitled]
  • Sun Kuang-hsien
  • [Untitled]
  • Lu Ch'ien-yi
  • [Untitled]
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Sung dynasty (960-1279). Poems in irregular metre.
  • Yen Hsüan
  • [Untitled]
  • Mao Hsi-chen
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Yü
  • [Untitled]
  • Anonymous woman poet
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Ts'un hsü
  • [Untitled]
  • [Untitled]
  • Su Shih
  • [Untitled]
  • Li Ch'ing-chao
  • Two prose masters of the Sung dynasty.
  • Preface to the collected poems of the priest Pi-yen
  • The sound of autumn
  • Ou-yang Hsiu
  • Letter to the emperor Shen-tsung
  • The red cliff, I
  • The red cliff, II
  • Li Po
  • Su Shih
  • A poet of the Sung dynasty.
  • from "A rural sequence".
  • Early spring
  • Late spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Fan Ch'eng-ta.
  • v.1 From early times to the fourteenth century. Yüan dynasty (1280-1367). Two Yüan plays.
  • Five poems to "Strangers in saint's coif" tune
  • Li K'uei carries thorns
  • K'ang Chin-chih
  • Autumn in the palace of Han
  • Ma Chih-yüan
  • A Yüan novel.
  • from "The men of the marshes".
  • The plot against the birthday convoy
  • Three poems to the "Water-clock" tune
  • Wen T'ing-Yün
  • Four poems to the "Strangers in saint's coif" tune
  • Four poems to various tunes
  • Kuan Han-ch'ing
  • Thoughts of love
  • Hu Chih-yü
  • [Untitled]
  • Ma Chih-yüan
  • T'ung Pass
  • Chang Yang-hao
  • Taoist songs
  • Teng Yü-pin
  • Thoughts of love
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Yüan dynasty (1280-1367). Songs of the Yüan dynasty.
  • Hsü Tsai-ssu
  • To a pretty girl with a mole on her cheek
  • Tu Tsun-li
  • Autumn sadness
  • Chou Wen-chih
  • A waterfall revisited
  • Ch'iao Chi
  • The waterfall temple at T'ien-t'ai
  • Chang K'o-chiu.
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Ghosts and other marvels.
  • [Untitled]
  • The jade kuan-yin
  • A record of the land of the blessed
  • Ch'ü Yu
  • The wolf of Chung-shan
  • Ma Chung-hsi
  • A poet of the early Ming.
  • Preface to his own poems
  • On hearing the sound of oars, when leaving the east gate of the city at dawn
  • The song of the man of the green hill
  • Written on seeing the flowers, and remembering my daughter
  • Seeking a mate
  • Called for the compilation of the Yüan history and about to leave for the capital, I take leave of my wife
  • Winter hardship in the capital
  • Four poems from the eastern cottage
  • Kao Ch'i
  • A hilarious Buddhist allegory.
  • The temptation of Saint Pigsy
  • Wu Ch'eng-en
  • A masterpiece of Ming drama.
  • from Peony pavilion
  • T'ang Hsien-tsu
  • Anonymous
  • [Untitled]
  • Bedroom scene
  • Song set : defy old age
  • Song set : get out while you can
  • Wu Wei-yeh
  • Spoken drama on a historical theme.
  • from The malice of empire.
  • Act I, Scene 1 : "The consort humiliated"
  • Yao Hsin-nung
  • The creation of a "people's literature".
  • The smashing of the Dragon King
  • Wang T'ieh
  • A novelist in exile.
  • from The rouge of the north.
  • The bethrothal of Yindi
  • High wind at Nanking : mooring at the quay named for the T'ang rebel Huang Ch'ao
  • Eileen Chang
  • New poets of Taiwan.
  • At the end of the watercourse
  • The passer-through-the-walls
  • Chou Meng-tieh
  • from Death in the stone cell
  • Lo Fu
  • The firstborn blackness
  • Lo Fu
  • Gradient of the Milky Way
  • Chin-shih Tan-kuei
  • The queue being unbraided
  • The maguey
  • The escaping sky
  • Shang Ch'in
  • Salt
  • On streets of China
  • Ya Hsien
  • Are such the voices--
  • Fugue
  • Yip Wai-lim
  • Rain
  • Narcissus
  • Strawberry fields in summer
  • Variation
  • Wounds : a song
  • Yeh Shan
  • White lotus
  • Sentry fires at T'ung-kuan
  • Wang Fu-chih
  • Girl on a swing
  • Ch'en Wei-sung
  • Crossing the pass at Wildgoose Gate
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Ch'ing dynasty (1644-1911). Early Ch'ing lyrics.
  • The temple to Sun Ch'üan, the Lord of Wu
  • At the Heavenly Dragon Temple, where Kao Huan built his summer palace
  • Wild geese
  • Chu Yi-tsun
  • [Untitled]
  • Singde
  • On the art of living.
  • Random relaxations /
  • Li Yü
  • More ghosts and fantasies.
  • Spring love
  • The Rakshas and the sea market
  • Ying-ning
  • P'u Sung-ling
  • Three ghost stories
  • Yüan Mei
  • In the country of women
  • Li Ju-chen
  • A poet of the Ch'ien-lung period.
  • On a picture called "Returning boat", painted for him by his friend Ni Su-feng
  • The bell
  • Thoughts on a springtime storm
  • On the funeral of his carpenter, who had no family
  • On his chair-bearers--a case of misplaced sympathy
  • On the rock, near Kiukiang, on which the poet T'ao Ch'ien lay when drunk
  • On returning from a journey
  • On books
  • Seven poems on aging
  • Yüan Mei
  • Red chamber dream.
  • How to be rid of a rival
  • Ts'ao Hsüeh-ch'in
  • Spring sorrows
  • The new art of autobiography.
  • from Six chapters from a floating life
  • Shen Fu
  • A bandit chief
  • Shen Ts'ung-wen
  • Late Ch'ing lyrics.
  • Memories of a journey by boat
  • Chiang Shih-ch'üan
  • [Untitled]
  • Night visit to the Lute Song Pavilion
  • Ch'en Tzu-lung
  • Tso Fu
  • [Untitled]
  • Chiang Ch'un-lin
  • A view of the Ming tombs from the topmost level of the Yang Terrace
  • In reply to a poem from Tz'u-shan, thanking me for the gift of Sung and Yüan lyrics I had had printed
  • Wang P'eng-yün
  • [Untitled]
  • Huang Hsing
  • Snow
  • Swimming
  • Cherishing antiquity at Garlic Hill
  • Mao Tse-tung.
  • v.2 From the 14th century to the present day. Republican period (1911-). The modern short story.
  • Benediction
  • Lu Hsün
  • Spring silkworms
  • Mao Tun
  • The new verse.
  • from "The Cambridge I knew"
  • Second farewell to Cambridge
  • Seven, Stone Tiger Lane
  • Old flame
  • Joy of the snowflake
  • A song of dead leaves
  • P'i-pa in Midnight Alley
  • Sea rhyme
  • On hearing the chant of intercession at the Temple of Heaven's Stillness at Ch'angchou
  • Hsü Chih-mo
  • Dead water
  • Tranquil night
  • Red candle
  • You swear by the sun
  • In time of sickness
  • The last day
  • Wen Yi-to
  • Setting out
  • The wheelbarrows
  • The north
  • The gamblers
  • Old man
  • Ai Ch'ing
  • Seven sonnets
  • Feng Chih
  • [1] From early times to the 14th century.--v. 2. From the 14th century to the present day
Control code
331103
Dimensions
21-24 cm, 21 cm (v. 2)
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780394177663
Isbn Type
(v. 2) (pbk.)
Lccn
65014202
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)408034

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