(Library of Chinese Classics) Selected Poems of Su Shi

Xu Yuanchong

Editorial: Hunan people Press, 2008
ISBN 10: 7543850001 / ISBN 13: 9787543850002
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Language: Chinese and English bilingual, Size:240*160mm/249 pages. Su Shi (1037¿1101) was a writer, poet, artist, calligrapher, pharmacologist, and statesman of the Song Dynasty, and one of the major poets of the Song era. His courtesy name was Zizhan and his pseudonym was Dongpo Jushi (Resident of Dongpo), and he is often referred to as Su Dongpo. Besides his renowned poetry, his other existent writings are of great value in the understanding of 11th century Chinese travel literature as well as details of the 11th century Chinese iron industry. Su Shi was born in Meishan, near Mount Emei in what is now Sichuan province. Su's early education was conducted under a Taoist priest at a local village school. Later in his childhood, he studied under his mother, herself a highly educated woman. Su married at age 17. In 1057, when Su was 19, he and his brother Su Che passed the (highest-level) civil service examinations to attain the degree of jinshi, a prerequisite for high government office. His accomplishments at such a young age attracted the attention of Ouyang Xiu, who became Su's patron thereafter. Ouyang had already been known as an admirer of Su Xun, Su Shi's father, sanctioning his literary style at court and stating that no other pleased him more. When the 1057 jinshi examinations were given, Ouyang Xiu required¿without prior notice¿that candidates were to write in the ancient prose style when answering questions on the Confucian classics. The Su brothers gained high honors for what was deemed impeccable answers and achieved celebrity status. N° de ref. de la librería 4209

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Título: (Library of Chinese Classics) Selected Poems...
Editorial: Hunan people Press
Año de publicación: 2008
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: New
Edición: First Edition

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Xu Yuanchong
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Descripción 2008. Hardcover. Condición: New. 1st Edition. Language : Chinese ¿English ;249 pages Su Shi (1037¿1101) was a writer, poet, artist, calligrapher, pharmacologist, and statesman of the Song Dynasty, and one of the major poets of the Song era. His courtesy name was Zizhan and his pseudonym was Dongpo Jushi (Resident of Dongpo), and he is often referred to as Su Dongpo. Besides his renowned poetry, his other existent writings are of great value in the understanding of 11th century Chinese travel literature as well as details of the 11th century Chinese iron industry. Su Shi was born in Meishan, near Mount Emei in what is now Sichuan province. Su's early education was conducted under a Taoist priest at a local village school. Later in his childhood, he studied under his mother, herself a highly educated woman. Su married at age 17. In 1057, when Su was 19, he and his brother Su Che passed the (highest-level) civil service examinations to attain the degree of jinshi, a prerequisite for high government office. His accomplishments at such a young age attracted the attention of Ouyang Xiu, who became Su's patron thereafter. Ouyang had already been known as an admirer of Su Xun, Su Shi's father, sanctioning his literary style at court and stating that no other pleased him more. When the 1057 jinshi examinations were given, Ouyang Xiu required¿without prior notice¿that candidates were to write in the ancient prose style when answering questions on the Confucian classics. The Su brothers gained high honors for what was deemed impeccable answers and achieved celebrity status. Nº de ref. del artículo: 115611

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Xu Yuanchong
Publicado por Hunan people Press (2008)
ISBN 10: 7543850001 ISBN 13: 9787543850002
Nuevo Tapa dura Original o primera edición Cantidad disponible: 1
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Descripción Hunan people Press, 2008. Hardcover. Condición: New. 1st Edition. Language: Chinese and English bilingual, Size:240*160mm/249 pages. Su Shi (1037¿1101) was a writer, poet, artist, calligrapher, pharmacologist, and statesman of the Song Dynasty, and one of the major poets of the Song era. His courtesy name was Zizhan and his pseudonym was Dongpo Jushi (Resident of Dongpo), and he is often referred to as Su Dongpo. Besides his renowned poetry, his other existent writings are of great value in the understanding of 11th century Chinese travel literature as well as details of the 11th century Chinese iron industry. Su Shi was born in Meishan, near Mount Emei in what is now Sichuan province. Su's early education was conducted under a Taoist priest at a local village school. Later in his childhood, he studied under his mother, herself a highly educated woman. Su married at age 17. In 1057, when Su was 19, he and his brother Su Che passed the (highest-level) civil service examinations to attain the degree of jinshi, a prerequisite for high government office. His accomplishments at such a young age attracted the attention of Ouyang Xiu, who became Su's patron thereafter. Ouyang had already been known as an admirer of Su Xun, Su Shi's father, sanctioning his literary style at court and stating that no other pleased him more. When the 1057 jinshi examinations were given, Ouyang Xiu required¿without prior notice¿that candidates were to write in the ancient prose style when answering questions on the Confucian classics. The Su brothers gained high honors for what was deemed impeccable answers and achieved celebrity status. Nº de ref. del artículo: 112811

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