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Chinese Lyricism

by Burton Watson

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  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: general,
  • Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Asian,
  • Chinese,
  • Poetry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9378972M
    ISBN 100231034652
    ISBN 109780231034654

    Chinese Lyricism: Shih Poetry from the Second to the Twelfth Century (Paperback) Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review Burton Watson. In this book, David Der-wei Wang uses the lyrical to rethink the dynamics of Chinese modernity. Although the form may seem unusual for representing China’s social and political crises in the mid-twentieth century, Wang contends that national cataclysm and mass movements intensified Chinese lyricism in extraordinary ways.

    This book uses the lyrical to rethink the dynamics of Chinese modernity. Although the form may seem unusual for representing China's social and political crises in the mid-twentieth century, the book contends that national cataclysm and mass movements intensified Chinese lyricism in extraordinary ways. The book calls attention to the form's vigor and variety at an unlikely juncture in Chinese. Click to read more about Chinese Lyricism by Burton Watson. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers @D (1) @L (1) April (1) Box (1) China (10) Chinese (2) Chinese history (1) Chinese literature (3) Chinese poetry (5) An edition of this book was published by Columbia University Press.» Publisher /5.

    Get this from a library! Troubadours, trumpeters, troubled makers: lyricism, nationalism, and hybridity in China and its others. [Gregory Lee] -- How have the lyrics of poets and songwriters, traditionally voices of protest against domination and exploitation in Chinese society, responded to the forces of cultural imperialism and nationalistic.   Love in a Fallen City by Eileen Chang, translated by Karen S. Kingsbury (China, ): “ Written when Chang was still in her twenties, these extraordinary stories combine an unsettled, probing, utterly contemporary sensibility, keenly alert to sexual politics and psychological ambiguity, with an intense lyricism that echoes the classics of Author: Rebecca Hussey.


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Chinese Lyricism Paperback – Ap by Burton Watson (Author)Cited by: Chinese Lyricism book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. About the Author Burton Watson is one of the world's best-known translators from the Chinese and Japanese.

His translations include The Lotus Sutra, The Vimalakirti Sutra, Ryokan: Zen Monk-Poet of Japan, Saigyo: Poems of a Mountain Home, and The Columbia Book of Chinese Poetry: From Early Times to the Thirteenth Century, all published by Columbia.

Chinese Lyricism › Customer reviews; Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. 4 out of 5. 2 customer Chinese Lyricism book.

This book offers an in depth commentary on the structure and history of the 'shih' form of poetry, which I consider to be the singular and most exopressive form of classic Chinese writing for the time period that this book covers 4/5.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Chinese Lyricism: Shih Poetry from the Second to Twelfth Century by Burton Watson (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Her first book Modern Archaics: Continuity and Innovation in the Chinese Lyric Tradition (Harvard University Asia Center Press, ) illuminates the mutually transformative power of the modern and the archaic.

She is completing her second book manuscript, which is titled “Photo Poetics: Chinese Lyricism and Modern Media” (under. Includes bibliographical references (pages ) Chinese lyricism; Shih poetry from the second to the twelfth century Item PreviewPages: Buy Chinese Lyricism: Shih Poetry from the Second to the Twelfth Century by Watson, B (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low 4/5(1). Chinese Lyricism: Shi Poetry from the Second to the Twelfth Century (Burton Watson, ) Keeping the biographical and anecdotal element under a firmer control when reading a certain poet’s poetry (anti-autobiographical reading).

Owing to its close affinity with songs, Poetry shows a bolder and more experimental in its mode of expression than 4/5.

The Lyricism and Pathos of Chinese SF: thinking about Ma Boyong’s “The City of Silence,” which I first read in the Apex Book of World SF Planets is available from Tor Books. lyricism translate: 抒情. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese traditional Dictionary. Chinese lyricism; Shih poetry from the second to the twelfth century.

[Burton Watson] -- "In the thousand years covered by this volume the shih reached its highest level of development. A lyric form which, using a predominately four-character line, had earlier been employed in the. Buy bestselling and newly-released Chinese books, Chinese magazines, and other Chinese literature products from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan with Free International Shipping.

- Missing: Lyricism. Shen Yue (traditional Chinese: 沈約; simplified Chinese: 沈约; –), courtesy name Xiuwen (休文), was a poet, statesman, and historian born in Huzhou, served emperors under the Liu Song Dynasty, the Southern Qi Dynasty, and the Liang Dynasty.

He was a prominent scholar of the Liang Dynasty and the author of the Book of Song, an historical work covering Simplified Chinese: 沈约. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Companions to Asian Studies: Chinese Lyricism: Shih Poetry from the Second to Twelfth Century (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. THIS BOOK AIMS TO DISCUSS the dialogic of lyricism and Chinese literary and artistic modernity during the mid-twentieth century. The term “lyricism” is used here to refer not only to a mode of poetry, the lyric,³ but also to a spectrum of articulations—ranging from narrative to film, from painting to calligraphy—whose formal inputs and affective outcomes are attributable to.

In this book, David Der-wei Wang uses the lyrical to rethink the dynamics of Chinese modernity. Although the form may seem unusual for representing China's social and political crises in the mid-twentieth century, Wang contends that national cataclysm and mass movements intensified Chinese lyricism in extraordinary ways.

Chinese Lyricism, by Burton Watson pm 10 October Translations are problematic in general, and translations of classical Chinese poetry are particularly difficult (I discuss some of the reasons for this in my review of a book of translations of some of Wang Wei's poems.

In this book, David Der-wei Wang uses the lyrical to rethink the dynamics of Chinese modernity. Although the form may seem unusual for representing China's social and political crises in the mid-twentieth century, Wang contends that national cataclysm and mass movements intensified Chinese lyricism in extraordinary ways.

InNew York Review Books reissued his book “Chinese Rhyme-Prose,” a collection of 13 fu, or prose poems, a genre popular between the second century B.C. and the sixth century A.D. The Northern Song poet He Zhu is best known for his lyrics (ci) but also produced shi poetry of subtlety, wit, and feeling.

This study examines the latter as a response to the options available to a late-eleventh century writer in the pentametrical and heptametrical forms of Ancient Verse, Regulated Verse, and : Ayling Wang.Relevant books.

Chinese Lyricism (Burton Watson) – has a lot of quality translations and analysis. Popular Songs and Ballads of Han China (Anne Birrell) – more general insight into verse from this period. 東城高且長 translation – The Eastern Wall is High and Long.