By William H. Nienhauser
André Lévy offers a "picture of chinese language literature of the past" that brilliantly illustrates the 4 nice literary genres of China: the classics, prose, poetry, and the literature of leisure. His dialogue of roughly a hundred and twenty vibrant translations combines own insights with cutting edge historic money owed in a genre-based process that strikes past the common chronology of dynasties. well known student William H. Nienhauser, Jr., translated Lévy's paintings from the French and lower back to the unique chinese language for the texts. This informative, attractive, and eminently readable advent to the 3 millennia of conventional chinese language literature is very urged for college kids and basic readers.
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New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. Chapter 2. " Such a literary doctrine could be extracted from the texts transmitted by or commented on by Confucius. D. ). Was this a coincidence? " Wen in this latter sense was juxtaposed to zizi , "substance" or "substantial," to become the two lines of opposing force in traditional literary criticism. " Literary realities respond only imperfectly to this scheme. The frontiers that separate the two great domains of prose and poetry are poorly defined.
Antiquity Ho, Ping-ti. The Cradle of the East. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975. Hsii, Cho-yun. Ancient China in Transition. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1965. Keightley, David N. The Origins of Chinese Civilization. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. Maspero, Henri. China in Antiquity. Frank A. Kierman, trans. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1978. Although sections are dated, this is a good, basic introduction. Watson, Burton. Early Chinese Literature.
In Emperor Yao's time, Gao Yao was the Minister of Justice. He was going to kill a man. Gao Yao said, "Kill him" three times. Yao said, Chapter 2. Prose 45 "Pardon him" three times. For this reason the people of the world feared the firmness with which Gao Yao enforced the law and delighted in the leniency with which Yao applied punishments. ,47,E (Notes on the Terrace of Transcendence) illustrates: All things merit observation, and since they merit it they are all sources of potential joy. It is not necessary that they be rare or marvelous, beautiful or imposing.
Chinese Literature, Ancient and Classical by William H. Nienhauser