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YU HSUAN-CHI: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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This book is about the beheaded, Chinese Tang Poetess, Yu Hsuan-chi, Yu Xuanji remembered with Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, American Poet Laureate. History combined with Poetry, Prose,... More > and Found Poetry for a most interesting read.< Less
YU HSUAN-CHI: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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This book is about the beheaded, Chinese Tang Poetess, Yu Hsuan-chi, Yu Xuanji remembered with Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, American Poet Laureate. History combined with Poetry, Prose,... More > and Found Poetry for a most interesting read.< Less
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< Less
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< Less
LI T'AI-PO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Chinese Tang Poet, Li T'ai-Po remembered,with Poetry,and Prose, and History, by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Du Fu says, my friend, Li T’ai-Po is best known for the extravagant... More > imagination and striking Taoist imagery in his poetry, and I must add…for his great love of wine. Like me, he spent much of his life travelling, although in his case … it was because his wealth allowed him to, rather than because his poverty forced him to. It is said that he drowned in the Yangtze River, after falling from his boat, while drunkenly trying to embrace the reflections of the moon. In reality, Li Bai committed suicide, as evidenced by his farewell poem. We only met twice, however, Li Bai was my friend.< Less
LI T'AI-PO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Chinese Tang Poet, Li T'ai-Po remembered,with Poetry,and Prose, and History, by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. Du Fu says, my friend, Li T’ai-Po is best known for the extravagant... More > imagination and striking Taoist imagery in his poetry, and I must add…for his great love of wine. Like me, he spent much of his life travelling, although in his case … it was because his wealth allowed him to, rather than because his poverty forced him to. It is said that he drowned in the Yangtze River, after falling from his boat, while drunkenly trying to embrace the reflections of the moon. In reality, Li Bai committed suicide, as evidenced by his farewell poem. We only met twice, however, Li Bai was my friend.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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