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little primer of Tu Fu

David Hawkes

little primer of Tu Fu

by David Hawkes

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Published by Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tu, Fu, -- 712-770.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Hawkes.
    ContributionsTu, Fu, 712-770.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 243 p. ;
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18004983M
    ISBN 109627255025

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    Du Fu (Sinice 杜甫, Dù Fǔ; natus anno , mortuus anno ) fuit poëta Sinicus temporis domus Li Bai saepe maximus poëta Sinicus appellatur. Eius ambitio erat patriae in administratione servire, sed rem disponere nequiit. Patria seditione An Lushan anno vastata est, ita ultimi quindecim anni vitae fuerunt tempus inquietis quasi constantis. To send content items to your account, please confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about sending content to. To send content items to your.


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In _A Little Primer of Tu Fu_, Hawkes has taken thirty-five of Tu Fu's most highly regarded poems, and provided for each 1. the original Chinese text 2. the pronunciation of the text (in Pinyin romanization with tones) 3.

a note on the "Title and Subject" of the poem, including a discussion of the poem's context in Chinese history and Tu Fu's lifeCited by: 7. In _A Little Primer of Tu Fu_, Hawkes has taken thirty-five of Tu Fu's most highly regarded poems, and provided for each 1.

the original Chinese text 2. the pronunciation of the text (in Pinyin romanization with tones) 3. a note on the "Title and Subject" of the poem, including a discussion of the poem's context in Chinese history and Tu Fu's life/5(7). The deepest and most varied of the Tang Dynasty poets, Tu Fu (Du Fu) is, in the words of David Hinton, the “first complete poetic sensibility in Chinese literature.” First little primer of Tu Fu book inthis book presents thirty-five Chinese poems with a pinyin transliteration, a character-by-character translation, and commentaries on the subject, form Cited by: 7.

In A Little Primer of Tu Fu, David Hawkes attempts to give English-speaking readers with no Chinese some understanding of the genre, presenting thirty five of the best known poems of Tu Fu, a renowned Tang Dynasty poet who lived from to For each poem, Hawkes begins with the Chinese text and an interlineal pin-yin Mandarin transliteration.

The standard introduction to the poetry of Tu Fu () regarded by many Chinese as their country's greatest poet. The thirty-five poems from the well-known Chinese anthology Three Hundred Tang Poems are each accompanied by a detailed and lively explication of form, historical background and meaning.

| A LITTLE PRIMER OF TU FU Title and Subject Wén: ‘hear’. Gu n-j n: literally ‘official army’, i.e. the government troops, the Imperial army. Sh u: ‘recover’. Hé-nán, Hé-b i: These do not quite correspond to the ‘Honan’, ‘Hopei’ of the modern atlas.

‘Hopei’ included, besides the present province of Hopei, all the land of Shantung and Honan north ofCited by: 7. Among them are Florence Ayscough, Tu Fu: The Autobiography of a Chinese Poet () and Travels of a Chinese Poet: Tu Fu, Guest of Rivers and Lakes (); Rewi Alley, Tu Fu: Selected Poems (); and David Hawkes, A Little Primer of Tu Fu ().

The best book on the poet is William Hung, Tu Fu: China's Greatest Poet (), a scholarly work. A little primer of Tu Fu by David Hawkes (Book) 25 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. A Little Primer of Tu Fu 作者: David Hawkes 出版社: New York Review Books 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: 豆瓣评分.

Tu Fu ( BCE), another celebrated Tang Dynasty poet, is represented in a collection by scholar David Hawkes from Oxford University Press inÁ Little Primer of Tu Fu. The Hawkes collection consists of 35 different poems, each one with the original Chinese text in modern Mandarin characters along with the pinyin transliteration.

William Hung, Tu Fu: China's Greatest Poet () His poems do not as a rule come through very well in translation. David Hawkes, A Little Primer of Tu Fu (), p. ix; Tu Fu is, in my opinion, and in the opinion of a majority of those qualified to speak, the greatest non-epic, non-dramatic poet who has survived in any language.

Du Fu (Wade–Giles: Tu Fu; Chinese: 杜 甫; – ) was a Chinese poet and politician of the Tang with Li Bai (Li Po), he is frequently called the greatest of the Chinese poets. His greatest ambition was to serve his country as a successful civil servant, but he proved unable to make the necessary life, like the whole country, was devastated by the An Born:Gongyi, Henan, China.

More editions of A Little Primer Of Tu Fu: A Little Primer of Tu Fu: ISBN () Softcover, Renditions Paperbacks, ; A Little Primer Of Tu Fu: ISBN () Hardcover, Oxford at the Clarendon press, Tu Fu ( - ) (Du Fu in Pinyin) was a prominent Chinese poet of the Tang with Li Bai (Li Bo), he is frequently called the greatest of the Chinese poets.

While Li Bai is often associated with the religion of Daoism, Du Fu is considered to be very closely connected to Confucianism, with some critics seeing his poetry as the apotheosis of Confucian art and e: 杜甫. A Little Primer of Tu Fu. Oxford University Press.

ISBN Hung, William; (). Tu Fu: China's Greatest Poet. Harvard University Press. ISBN McCraw, David; (). Du Fu's Laments from the South. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN Owen, Stephen (red.); (). An Anthology of Chinese Literature Gebore: Although Tu Fu has been translated often, and often brilliantly, David Hawkes’s classic study, first published inis the only book that demonstrates in depth how his poems were written.

Hawkes presents thirty-five poems in the original Chinese, with a pinyin transliteration, a character-by-character translation, and a commentary on the. “A Little Primer of Tu Fu” This is a marvelously erudite book that tells the story of the extraordinary importance of Central Asia to the transmission of culture, religion and ideas along.

Rexroth’s translations of 35 Tu Fu poems are included in One Hundred Poems from the Chinese. Burton Watson, Sam Hamill, David Hinton and David Young have each done a fine volume of selections.

David Hawkes’s A Little Primer of Tu Fu provides a detailed analysis of the 35 Tu Fu poems included in the classic Jade Mountain anthology. Chinese Poetic Writing offers a richly informative look at the ordering principles implicit in Chinese language and gh aimed as being introductory in nature, both A Little Primer of Tu Fu and Chinese Poetic Writing nonetheless forefront the presentation of the poem in Chinese characters, clearly emphasizing the importance of.

Switch to Gudai Hanyu 古代汉语 and read some of the Shiji 史記 and a few poems by Du Fu 杜甫. Have A Little Primer of Tu Fu nearby for comparison.

Try to memorize a couple of these poems. Keep reading. Read widely. Buy the Ideology ebook. This acclaimed book by David Hawkes is available at in several formats for your eReader. Search. Ideology. By David Hawkes. A Little Primer of Tu Fu.

David Hawkes. New York Review Books, June   Earlier scholarly translations and explications of classical Chinese poetry, such as A. C. Graham’s Poems of the Late T’ang, David Hawkes’s A Little Primer of Tu Fu fromand.The Chinese University Press was established in as the publishing house of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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