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The age of courtly writing : Wen xuan compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and his circle, by Ping Wang

Label
The age of courtly writing : Wen xuan compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and his circle
Title
The age of courtly writing
Title remainder
Wen xuan compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and his circle
Statement of responsibility
by Ping Wang
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book, through detailed analysis of the writings of the Liang Crown Prince Xiao Tong and his circle, will deepen and redefine our view of the court cultrue and literature of the Liang, a crucial period in Chinese literary history
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
895.1/82409
Index
index present
LC call number
PL2668.H7
LC item number
W36 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Sinica Leidensia,
Series volume
v. 106
Label
The age of courtly writing : Wen xuan compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and his circle, by Ping Wang
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [283]- 296) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Born and Bred to be a Ruler; What is in a Name?; Establishment of the Eastern Palace; Writing Profundity and Subtlety: Speaking of the Big and the Small; Speeches on the Big and Small at the Chu Court; A Third Century Interest in Playfulness: Fu Xian's "Xiaoyan Fu"; Dayan/Xiaoyan Poems By Xiao Tong and Others; The Big and The Small: Lesson of Rulership; Companions of Crown Prince; Virtuous Words and Pure Dust: Friendship with the Crown Prince; Portraying Crown Prince; 2. Gentlemanly Style: Xiao Tong's Literary Inclination; The Great Anthology
  • Xiao Tong as the Compiler and his Preface to Wen XuanAn Age of Literary Proliferation; Trimming Weeds and Brambles; Setting Norms: The Case of Pei Ziye; The Ambiguity and Potentiality of Qing; Gentelmanly Writing; Poetry as Experimentation; A Taste of the "Frivolous"; Brotherly Love Through Courtly Writing; 3. Writing for the Crown Prince: Worthy with Words; Liu Family of Pengcheng; Demanding Promotion: Liu Xiaochuo's Exchange Poems with Ren Fang; Attending to the Emperor with Poems; Worthy with Words; Literary Camaraderie and Competition: A Historical Review
  • Remembering the North, A Repository of the PastFinding Comfort in a Versified Present; Poems on the Third Day Festival: Celebrating the Curving Waters in a Water Land; Same River, Different View; The Tone of "Gentleness and Ease"; A Long Exchange of Commiseration; 4. Xiao Tong's Encounters with Buddhism; Hosting Lectures on Buddhism in the Hanging Garden; Notes between Emperor Wu and Xiao Tong on Buddhist Lectures; Exchanges between Monk Fayun and Xiao Tong; Commemorating with Verse; Excursions To Buddhist Sites; Matching Poems by Xiao Tong's Literary Companion
  • Between Filial Piety and Religious IdentityDistancing from Buddhist Activities; 5. Pondering on Reclusion and Rulership; Reclusion as a Key Topic in the Six Dyansties; Reclusion As A Powerful Rhetoric: The Case Of Zhang Chon; A Genuine Recluse and His Rejection of the Crown Prince; Writing Tao Qian to Explain Himself: Xiao Tong's Last Piece; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 309 p.
Isbn
9789004225220
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012003101
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn777001139
  • UtOrBLW
Label
The age of courtly writing : Wen xuan compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and his circle, by Ping Wang
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [283]- 296) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Born and Bred to be a Ruler; What is in a Name?; Establishment of the Eastern Palace; Writing Profundity and Subtlety: Speaking of the Big and the Small; Speeches on the Big and Small at the Chu Court; A Third Century Interest in Playfulness: Fu Xian's "Xiaoyan Fu"; Dayan/Xiaoyan Poems By Xiao Tong and Others; The Big and The Small: Lesson of Rulership; Companions of Crown Prince; Virtuous Words and Pure Dust: Friendship with the Crown Prince; Portraying Crown Prince; 2. Gentlemanly Style: Xiao Tong's Literary Inclination; The Great Anthology
  • Xiao Tong as the Compiler and his Preface to Wen XuanAn Age of Literary Proliferation; Trimming Weeds and Brambles; Setting Norms: The Case of Pei Ziye; The Ambiguity and Potentiality of Qing; Gentelmanly Writing; Poetry as Experimentation; A Taste of the "Frivolous"; Brotherly Love Through Courtly Writing; 3. Writing for the Crown Prince: Worthy with Words; Liu Family of Pengcheng; Demanding Promotion: Liu Xiaochuo's Exchange Poems with Ren Fang; Attending to the Emperor with Poems; Worthy with Words; Literary Camaraderie and Competition: A Historical Review
  • Remembering the North, A Repository of the PastFinding Comfort in a Versified Present; Poems on the Third Day Festival: Celebrating the Curving Waters in a Water Land; Same River, Different View; The Tone of "Gentleness and Ease"; A Long Exchange of Commiseration; 4. Xiao Tong's Encounters with Buddhism; Hosting Lectures on Buddhism in the Hanging Garden; Notes between Emperor Wu and Xiao Tong on Buddhist Lectures; Exchanges between Monk Fayun and Xiao Tong; Commemorating with Verse; Excursions To Buddhist Sites; Matching Poems by Xiao Tong's Literary Companion
  • Between Filial Piety and Religious IdentityDistancing from Buddhist Activities; 5. Pondering on Reclusion and Rulership; Reclusion as a Key Topic in the Six Dyansties; Reclusion As A Powerful Rhetoric: The Case Of Zhang Chon; A Genuine Recluse and His Rejection of the Crown Prince; Writing Tao Qian to Explain Himself: Xiao Tong's Last Piece; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 309 p.
Isbn
9789004225220
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012003101
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn777001139
  • UtOrBLW

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