The heart of Chinese poetry

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Anchor Press, Doubleday, 1987 - Poetry - 178 pages
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Most of the poetry I have learned during the middle and high school. They are form very famous poets in ancient China. When you read and learn the Chinese poetry you should know every poet's ... Read full review

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This was my first introduction to Chinese poetry when I began learning Chinese. After earning a master's degree in Chinese literature where I specialized in medieval Chinese poetry, it is still my ... Read full review

Contents

Question and Answer in the Mountains
3
Thinking of Past Wanderings
9
The History of Chinese Poetry
15
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Whincup holds a degree in Chinese from the University of Toronto, Canada, and has done extensive work in Chinese poetry at the University of London, England. He has been on the staff of the Far Eastern Department of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

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