A drifting boat: an anthology of Chinese Zen poetry

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White Pine Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Poetry - 200 pages
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Poetry. This anthology gathers together over 1500 years of Chinese Zen (Ch'an) poetry from the earliest writing, including the Hsin Hsin Ming written by the 3rd Patriarch, to the poetry of monks in this century. Poets include Wang Wei, Li Po, Tu Fu, Yuan Mei, the crazy hermits Han-shan and Shih-te, as well as many anonymous monks and hermits.

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Seaton is Professor of Chinese at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Dennis Maloney is a poet and translator. His works of translation include The Poet and the Sea: Poems of Juan Ramon Jimenez, The House in the Sand by Pablo Neruda, The Landscape of Castile by Antonio Machado and Between the Floating Mist: Poems of Ryokan. His most recent volume of poetry is Just Enough.

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