Bai Juyi: Remembered
Lulu.com, Aug 26, 2008 - 150 pages
PO CHU-I - BAI JUYI - HAKU RAKUTEN772-846 CE) vowed his poems would be understood at every Social level, so he broke with the poetic habits of the literati in two respects. First, his diction was not merely simple but sometimes Colloquial, and, second, he frequently lamented the economic and social injustices perpetrated on the poor. However, he also ranged freely among traditional subjects, including, the evocation of emotions using natural scenes.
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LIFE OF PO CHUI
Banished to Hsünyang
Reprieved and returns to Court
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