Tian Wen: A Chinese Book of Origins

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New Directions Publishing, 1986 - Literary Collections - 123 pages
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Describes the historical background of the poem and poses questions about Chinese mythology and the nature of the universe
 

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Contents

Section 1
89
Section 2
99
Section 3
105
Section 4
106
Section 5
109
Section 6
110
Section 7
111
Section 8
113
Section 10
116
Section 11
117
Section 12
118
Section 13
119
Section 14
120
Section 15
121
Section 16
123
Copyright

Section 9
114

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Melanie Johnson is a barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers specialising in Family Law. She conducts seminars in domestic violence remedies and enforcement, and care proceedings. She is a member of the FLBA and has published an article on Domestic Violence and Part IV Family Law Act 1996 in 'The
Review', a journal sponsored by the Solicitors Family Law Association. Elizabeth Lawson QC is a barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers specialising in Family Law and sits as a Deputy High Court Judge.
Lindsay Adams is a barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers. She is head of the Crime Group and practises in the areas of criminal and family law. Along with Melanie Johnson she regularly conducts seminars in domestic violence remedies and enforcement, and care proceedings. Lindsay contributed to the Bar
Council and CBA response to the White Paper, Justice for All, which was published in October 2002.
Stephen Field is a barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers. He specialises in criminal law. John Lamb is a barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers. He was formerly the Head of the Crime Group at New Court Chambers before moving to 1 Pump Court in April 2003. He is a specialist criminal practitioner with
extensive experience of sexual offences and violence in a domestic context.

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