The Columbia Anthology of Traditional Chinese Literature

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Columbia University Press, 1994 - 1335 sider

Including works of varied genres from fiction and poetry to folk stories and elegies, travelogues and jokes to criticism and theory, this wide-ranging collection brings together more than two thousand years of great works in one portable volume.

 

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Divinations and Inscriptions
3
Philosophy Thought and Religion
17
Paws
43
Attributed to Lao Tzu The Classic Book of Integrity and
57
Criticism and Theory
121
VERSE
140
Partridge Sky I Rejoice to Meet a Friend
145
Lu Chi Rhymeprose on Literature
149
Feng Menglung Mountain Songs
492
Chiu Tszyung A Lament for Fortunes Frailty
494
187
497
Anonymous The Great Announcement from the Classic of Documents
507
Wang Pao The Contract for a Youth
510
Attributed to Tso Chiuming Two Brothers of Cheng and the Mother Who Doted on the Younger from The Commen tary of Mr Tso
514
191
518
Anonymous Cinggis Qahan Subdues the Naiman from The Secret History of the Mongols
521

30
159
31
170
Hsieh Lingyūn On My Way from South Mountain to North
183
Prosimetric Storytelling and Its Written Derivatives
190
Wang Changling Silent at Her Window
197
Drinking Alone in the Moonlight No
203
At the Skys End Thinking of Li Po
217
Meng Chiao On Failing the Examination
224
Hung Mai The Office of the RecordKeeper in Hsiuchou
245
Wen Tienhsiang Chinling Post Station
259
A Wall Collapses
269
Ho Chingming Ballad of the Government Granary Clerk
276
Hsü Wei A Buddhist Monk Cut and Burned His Own Flesh
283
Tang Hsientsu TwentyTwo Quatrains on Receiving the Obit
286
Lyrics and Arias
300
Thinking of the Imperial Capital
306
Yü Chienwu Spring Day
314
Calming Windswept Waves
320
121
325
The Courtyard Full of Fragrance
326
124
333
The Bodhisattvas Golden Headdress
346
139
359
2
360
145
366
Sand of SilkWashing Brook In Memoriam
367
As If in a Dream
368
Sand of SilkWashing Brook
369
Rouged Lips
370
Elegies and Rhapsodies
371
149
387
Chia Yi The Owl
389
Ssuma Hsiangju Sir Fantasy
392
Mei Cheng Seven Stimuli
411
Chengkung Sui Rhapsody on Whistling
429
Tao Chien The Return
435
Po Rhymeprose on the Sword Gallery
437
Su Shih Red Cliff Rhapsodies l and 2
438
Folk and Folklike Songs Ballads and Narrative Verse 157 Liu Pang Song of the Great Wind
443
Anonymous GroundThumping Song
444
Yennien A Song
445
Attributed to Hsichün Lost Horizon
447
Anonymous Song of the Viet Boatman
448
Anonymous From the Nineteen Old Poems
451
Anonymous They Fought South of the Wall
452
Anonymous Crows on City Walls a Childrens Ditty from the Early Years of the Reign of the Later Han Emporer Huan
453
Anonymous or attributed to Tsai Yung Watering Horses at a Long Wall Hole
454
170
455
Tsao Tsao Song on Enduring the Cold
456
Fu Hsüan Pity Me
457
Anonymous Midnight Songs
458
173
462
174
472
Going out Through the North Gate of Chi A Ballad
473
Anonymous The Ballad of Mulan
474
Hulü Chin Song of the Tölös
476
Anonymous Song of the Breaking of the Willow
477
180
478
181
485
Anonymous Poem of Medicine Puns
488
Yao Chen Ballad on the Investigation of a Disaster
490
184
491
33
525
193
530
194 Pan Chao Lessons for Women
534
195
542
Wang Po Preface to Ascending the Pavilion of King Teng in Hungchou on an Autumn Day for a Parting Feast
547
197
556
Tsung Chen Letter in Reply to Liu Yichang
559
199
562
202
569
204
578
206
589
209
598
Yüan Mei Thoughts upon Student Huangs Borrowing
606
214
611
Yang Hsüanchih The Establishment of the White Horse Tem
614
217
623
219
629
Shangyin Li Shangyins Miscellany
631
Anonymous Lay Student Notations from Tunhuang
644
Chil Chingchun That Which Is Mandated by Heaven Is Called Nature
645
Anonymous Three Customs and Ten Sins A Fragment on Fash ions in Cuisine
649
Jokes
658
Biographies Autobiographies and Memoirs 225 Ssuma Chien The Biography of Ching Ko
671
49
680
Kuo Hsieh from History of the Former Han
684
Chen Shou The Biography of Huato from History of the Three Kingdoms
688
Yeh Mengte Physicians Cannot Raise the Dead
697
Lu Yü The Autobiography of Instructor Lu
699
Liu Tsungyūan Biography of the Child Ou Chi
702
Pi Jihhsiu Biography of a Girl Surnamed Chao
704
Lu Jung The Biography of Aliu
705
Hou Fangyü The Biography of Actor Ma
707
Shen Fu Six Chapters of a Floating Life Chapters l and 3
709
Fictional and Fictionalized Biographies and Autobiographies 235 Han Yü The Biography of Fur Point
747
Lu Kueimeng Biography of the Vagrant of Rivers and Lakes
750
FICTION
754
Rhetorical Persuasions Parables and Allegories
759
Compiled by Liu Hsiang Intrigues of the Warring States 7 59
765
Liu Tsungyüan The Donkey of Chien
767
Anecdotal Fiction 241 Liu Yiching A New Account of Tales of the World
768
Tales of the Strange 242 Attributed to Liu Hsiang Biographies of Transcendents
771
Kan Pao Preface to and Tales from Search for the Supernatural
772
Attributed to Tsu Chungchih Ou Chingchih and the Corpse Eater
780
Huanchu Biographies of Transcendents
784
Chi Yün Prefaces to and Tales from Sketches from the Cottage
805
ClassicalLanguage Short Stories
830
Yüan Chen The Story of Yingying
851
Branch
861
Vernacular Short Stories
872
Feng Menglung The Canary Murders
894
Old Nun Chao Plucks
909
Novels
947
Attributed to Wu Chengen The Journey to the West Chapter 7
966
Anonymous Gold Vase Plum Chapter 12
981
Anonymous Wu Sung Fights the Tiger from Water Margin
997
Wu Chingtzu The Scholars Chapter 3
1007
Tsao Hsüehchin A Burial Mound for Flowers and One
1032
Liu Tiehyün The Travels of Lao Tsan Chapters l and 2
1072
Tung Chiehyüan Master Tungs Western Chamber Romance
1181
Drama
1223
1223
1285
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Victor H. Mair is professor of Chinese languages and literature in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Among his many publications are Tun-huang Popular Narratives; Painting and Performance: Chinese Picture Recitation and Its Indian Genesis; T'ang Transformation Texts: A Study of the Buddhist Contribution to the Rise of Vernacular Fiction and Drama in China; Tao Te Ching: The Chinese Book of Integrity and the Way; and (with J. P. Mallory) The Tarim Mummies.

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