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Chinese classical prose : the eight masters of the Tʼang-Sung period : with notes and Chinese texts / selected and translated by Shih Shun Liu.


Hong Kong : Chinese University Press ; [1979] .
ISBN 9622011799, 9789622011793

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Other Authors Liu, Shih Shun, 1900-
Subjects Chinese essays -- Translations into English.
Chinese essays.
Series Renditions book.
Description xviii, 365 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1979]
[1979]
©1979
Notes English and Chinese.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-365).
Also issued online.
Contents After reading the biography of Prince Meng-ch'ang -- Criticism of the form of Confucius' biography -- A visit to the Pao-ch'an Mountain -- Inscription on the tomb tablet of Mr. Hsü, Chu-pu of Hailing Hsien, T'aichow / Wang An-Shih.
Criticism of the grant of a fief by means of a paulownia leaf -- Eulogy of I Yin's five attempts to join Emperor Chieh -- The snake-catcher -- The tree-planter, Kuo the camel -- Biography of Sung Ch'ing -- Biography of Hochien -- Congratulatory message to Chin-shih Wang Ts'an-yüan on the burning of his house / Liu Tsung-Yüan.
On Kuan Chung -- Letter to Mei Sheng-yü / Su Hsün.
On the partisanship of friends -- On the release of prisoners -- Memorial on the refusal to accept the remonstrances of the censor -- On the difficulties of being a ruler (II) -- Memorial on the prohibition of the anonymous slandering of trusted court officials -- Memorial on a wrongful decision of the Ministry of Justice -- The Daylight Brocade Hall -- The Hsien Hill Pavilion -- The Pavilion of Prosperity and Happiness -- The Old Drunkard's Pavilion -- The portrait of Wang Yen-chang -- Biography of retired scholar Liu-i -- Inscription on the memorial tablet for the Passage to the Shuangkang Tomb -- On the portraits of the seven worthy men / Ou-Yang Hsiu.
On the six states -- Letter to Prime Minister Han -- Biography of Ch'ao Ku / Su Ch'e.
The ink pond -- The Temple of Yen, Duke of Lu, at Fuchow -- The Sober Mind Pavilion -- Biography of Hsü Fu -- Biography of Hung Wo -- Preface to the collected memorials of Fan Kuan-chih -- Preface to the collected works of Wang P'ing-fu -- Letter to the Honorable Ou-yang / Tseng Kung.
The most gracious penalties and rewards -- On Fan Li -- On Fan Tseng -- On Chang Liang -- Letter to Chih-chiang Mei -- The Happy Rain Pavilion -- The Drunken Po Hall -- First fu on the Ch'ih-pi (Red Cliff) -- Second fu on the Ch'ih-pi (Red Cliff) -- Biography on Master Fang-shan (Square Hat) -- An anecdote about Ti Ch'ing -- Preface to the Collected works of Fan Chung-yen -- Preface to the Collected works of the retired scholar / Su Shih.
The thousand-li horse -- Origin of defamation -- On the teacher -- Eulogy of Po-i -- On reading Hsün-tzu -- Memorial on the bone of Buddha -- Censorial memorial on drought and famine -- Memorial against the use of men and women as surety -- Biography of Wang Ch'eng-fu, the mason -- Postscript to the biography of Chief Censor Chang -- Farewell message to Shao-yin Yang -- Preface to poetry addressed to retired scholar Shih -- Preface to the poem on retired scholar Wen's departure for Hoyang Chün -- Inscription on the tomb tablet of my wet-nurse -- Funerary message to nephew numbers 12 -- Inscription on Liu Tzu-hou's tomb tablet / Han Yü.
Genre Translations.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6146751
(OCoLC)ocm06146751
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