Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Asian library series, no. 8, Asian library series -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Chan, Marie, 1944-, Miao, Ronald C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. 1. ;|
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In this new book—the first full-length critical study devoted to the subject—Yeh examines the theoretical and artistic aspects of the poetry as well as its historical and literary contexts. She explains why modern Chinese poetry has evolved the way it has and compares it with the three-thousand-year Chinese classical tradition. Classical Chinese poetry includes, perhaps first and foremost shi (詩/诗), and also other major types such as ci (詞/词) and qu (曲). There is also a traditional Chinese literary form called fu (賦/赋), which defies categorization into English more than the other terms, but perhaps can best be described as a kind of the modern period, there also has developed free. Chinese Poetry in Times of Mind, Mayhem and Money is a groundbreaking contribution to scholarship, well-suited to classroom use in that it combines rigorous analysis with a lively style. Covering the period from the s to the present, it is organized around the notions of text, context and metatext, meaning poetry, its socio-political and cultural surroundings, and critical Cited by: 7. Cecile Chu-chin Sun, Pearl from the Dragon's Mouth: Evocation of the Scene and Feeling in Chinese Poetry (Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, ) : Lian Duan.
Get this from a library! Studies in Chinese poetry. [James Robert Hightower; Chia-ying Yeh] -- Although authored separately by Professors Hightower and Yeh, the essays presented here are the result of their thirty years of collaboration in working . Poetics is an interdisciplinary journal of theoretical and empirical research on culture, the media and the ularly welcome are papers that make an original contribution to the major disciplines - sociology, psychology, media and communication studies, and economics - within which promising lines of research on culture, media and the arts have been developed. Owen discusses the reconceptualization of Chinese poetry studies in the early 20th century, in the context of the May Fourth movement’s creation of the academic field of history of Chinese literature. Points to traditional interest in appreciation, not analysis. The issue of a unified literary canon is also involved. Yeh, Michelle Mi-Hsi. 2 3. James J. Y. Liu, The Art of Chinese Poetry, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (A Chinese translation of the book is available under the title 中國詩學, Taipei ) 4. James J. Y. Liu. Theories of Chinese o: Chicago University Press, File Size: KB.