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The earliest and so much huge literary engagement with wasteland in human background, Mountain Home is key poetry that feels completely contemporary. China's culture of "rivers-and-mountains" poetry stretches throughout millennia. this can be a plain-spoken poetry of fast day by day event, and but turns out so much similar to China's grand panorama work. even if its knowledge is historical, rooted in Taoist and Zen suggestion, the paintings feels totally modern, in particular as rendered right here in Hinton's wealthy and obtainable translations. Mountain Home collects poems from fifth- via 13th-century China and contains the poets Li Po, Po Chu-i and Tu Fu. The "rivers-and-mountains" culture covers a impressive variety of themes: comedian household scenes, social protest, shuttle, sage recluses, and mountain landscapes formed into types of enlightenment. And inside of this diversity, the poems articulate the adventure of dwelling as an natural a part of the wildlife and its tactics. In an age of world ecological disruption and mass extinction, this practice grows extra urgently vital on a daily basis. Mountain domestic bargains poems that would allure and tell not only readers of poetry, but additionally the massive neighborhood of readers who're drawn to environmental expertise.

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15b 935 seventy nine 22. 14b 1299 eighty 19. 2b 1095 eighty one 23. 2b 1331 eighty two 21. 5a 1222 eighty three 24. 21a 1422 eighty four 23. 8a 1349 eighty five 23. 10a 1354 86 23. 10a 1354 87 eight. 1a 533 88 24. 19b 1416 89 20. 22b 1207 ninety 22. 21a 1316 ninety one 30. 11a 1715 ninety two eight. 16b 579 ninety three 23. 9a 1350 ninety four 6. 9b 443 TU FU 1. Chiu Chia Chi Chu Tu Shih. Kuo Chih-ta, ed. 1183. In William Hung’s A Concordance to the Poetry of Tu Fu. 1940 (chüan and poem number). 2. Tu Shih Ching Ch’uan. Yang Lun, ed. 1791 (chüan and web page number). web page 1. Chih Chia Chi Chu Tu Shih 2. Tu Shih Ching Ch’uan ninety seven 1/5 1. 1a ninety eight 17/14 1. 2a ninety nine 20/11 6. 11a a hundred 21/25 7. 29b one zero one 31/44 12. 25b 102 29/14 thirteen. 13b 103 30/32 thirteen. 22b 104 31/34 15. 10a one zero five 32/25 15. 24a 106 31/35 17. 11b 107 30/6 14. 4b 108 30/29 17. 15b 109 32/29 17. 16a a hundred and ten 32/3 17. 18a 111 30/34 17. 1a 112 32/28 17. 33b 113 32/12 17. 34a one hundred fifteen 34/6 19. 4b WEI YING-WU 1. Wei Su-chou Chi. SPPY (chüan and web page number). 2. Wei Ying-wu Chi Chia Chu. T’ao Min and Wang Yu-sheng, eds. 1998 (page number). web page 1. Wei Su-chou Chi 2. Wei Ying-wu Chi Chia Chu 117 7. 4b 427 118 eight. 11b 533 119 three. 10b 194 one hundred twenty 7. 7a 442 121 7. 12b 474 122 eight. 11a 530 123 7. 5b 433 124 three. 8a 173 a hundred twenty five 7. 11b 468 126 7. 12b 473 127 7. 12a 470 chilly MOUNTAIN (HAN SHAN) Poem numbers persist with numbering in Han Shan Tzu Shih Chi and Ch’üan Tang Shih. counting on the version of Ch’üan T’ang Shih consulted, the chilly Mountain assortment is located both in chüan 860 or han 12, ts’e 1, chüan 1. MENG CHIAO 1. Meng Tung-yeh Shih Chi. Hua Ch’en-chih, ed. 1959 (page number). 2. Meng Tung-yeh Chi. SPPY (chüan and web page number). three. Meng Tung-yeh Shih Chu. Ch’en Yen-chieh, ed. 1939 (chüan and web page number). web page 1. Meng Tung-yeh Shih Chi 2. Meng Tung-yeh Chi three. Meng Tung-yeh Shih Chu 143 185 10. 4b 10. 6a 147 fifty eight four. 1a four. 1a LIU TSUNG-YÜAN 1. Liu Ho-tung Chi. 1961 (page number). 2. Liu Ho-tung Ch’üan Chi. SPPY (chüan and web page number). web page 1. Liu Ho-tung Chi 2. Liu Ho-tung Ch’üan Chi 151 724 forty three. 13a 152 470 29. 2b 154 725 forty three. 14a a hundred and fifty five 672 forty two. 17b 156 707 forty two. 27a 157 740 forty three. 25b 158 703 forty two. 24b 159 692 forty two. 17a PO CHÜ-I 1. Po Chü-i Chi Chien Chiao. Chu Chin-ch’eng, ed. 1988 (page number). 2. Po Chü-i Chi. Ku Hsüeh-chieh, ed. 1979 (page number). three. Po Hsiang-shan Shih Chi. Wang Li-ming, ed. SPPY. 1703 (chüan and web page number). web page 1. Po Chü-i Chi Chien Chiao 2. Po Chü-i Chi three. Po Hsiang-shan Shih Chi 161 498 179 nine. 7b 162 725 251 thirteen. 5a 163 302 103 five. 7b 164 857 290 14. 11a a hundred sixty five 355 126 6. 11a 166 384 137 7. 6a 168 1028 342 sixteen. 11b 169 1031 343 sixteen. 12b one hundred seventy 624 225 eleven. 10b 171 448 161 21. 5a 172 1904 620 31. 1b 173 1954 637 30. 6b 174 2062 678 24. 3b a hundred seventy five 2169 715 32. 13a 176 2485 822 24. 15b 178 2487 823 24. 16a CHIA TAO 1. Ch’ang Chiang Chi. SPPY (chüan and web page number). 2. Chia Tao Shih Chu. Ch’en Yen-chieh, ed. 1937 (pagenumber). web page 1. Ch’ang Chiang Chi 2. Chia Tao Shih Chu a hundred and eighty three. 2b 29 181 182 6. 6a seventy six 183 6. 3b seventy two 184 10. 5a 124 185 three. 3b 32 186 10. 1a one hundred fifteen 187 6. 3b seventy one 188 nine. 3b a hundred and ten TU MU 1. Fan-ch’uan Shih Chi Chu. SPPY (chüan and web page quantity; w shows the waipien section). web page 1. Fan-ch’uan Shih Chi Chu one hundred ninety three. 26a 191 four. 10b 192 four. 7b 193 w. 8b 194 four. 31b 195 three. 7b 196 four.

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