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The poems of Li Ho (791-817)

Li Ho.

The poems of Li Ho (791-817)

by Li Ho.

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Published by Clarendon P in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

bibl p288-289.

Statementtranslated with an introduction by J. D. Frodsham.
SeriesThe Oxford library of East Asian literatures
ContributionsFrodsham, John David.
The Physical Object
Paginationlxv,314p. :
Number of Pages314
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21170170M
ISBN 100198154364

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The poems of Li Ho (791-817) by Li Ho. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Li Ho (), also known in the West as Li He and Li Ch'ang-chi, is in many ways an exceptional figure in classical Chinese poetry. Though he was distantly related to T'ang dynasty royalty, a silly technicality prevented him from even taking the state exams necessary for advancement through the Chinese bureaucracy/5.

His many books include The Murmuring Stream: The Life and Works of Hsieh Ling-Yuan, An Anthology of Chinese Verse, and The First Chinese Embassy to the West. Paul Rouzer is Professor of Chinese Literature at the University of Minnesota.

He is most recently the author of On Cold Mountain: A Buddhist Reading of the Hanshan Poems ().5/5(3). Li Ho is the author of The Poems of Li Ho ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Poems of the Late T'ang ( avg rating, r Home My Books/5.

Li Ho Poems That The Days Are So Short. Flying lights, flying lights, I pledge you a cup of wine. I do not know if the blue heavens are high, The yellow earth is rich, more» Do Not Dance, Sir. Lintels hung with coarse brocade Of scarlet woof, Sunlight fades the rich brocade, more» Let's Drink Wine.

Hsi and Ho gallop their six steeds. Li He is the bad-boy poet of the late Tang Dynasty. A Song dynasty critic once described Li He’s poetry as written in the “language of a demonic immortal” and filled with hallucinatory evocations of goddesses, beautiful courtesans, Buddhist visions, drunken nights, and corruption.

Frodsham is Reader in Chinese at the Australian National University, and this is a scholarly edition with an extremely interesting and informative Introduction, and with extensively annotated translations of of Li He's [Li Ho's] poems.

The book also includes a Finding List, a Bibliography (with sinographs) of the 'Major Extant Chinese /5(3). The Collected Poems of Li He is the only comprehensive selection of his surviving work (most of his poems were reputedly burned by his cousin after his death, for the honor of the family), rendered here in crystalline translations by the noted scholar J.

Frodsham. Poems by Li Ho (also known as Li He A.D. - ) LI HO ( - ) Li Ho was of royal blood and began to write poetry in his seventh year.

His poetic style was bizarre and quite out of the ordinary, savouring very much of the ghostly world; hence his nick-name, "Poet-Ghost". Poem Hunter all poems of by Li Ho poems. 19 poems of Li Ho. Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams. In The Poems of Li Ho () J.D.

Frodsham has translated all of the extant poems into English and supplied a lengthy and informative introduction. He has also written extensive supplementary notes on each poem explaining historical allusions, cultural. Book Description: Li He is the badboy poet of the late Tang Dynasty. A Song dynasty critic once described Li He’s poetry as written in the “language of a demonic immortal" and filled with hallucinatory evocations of goddesses, beautiful courtesans, Buddhist visions, drunken nights, and corruption.

The valiant-hearted,Riding alone on Scarlet Hare,Out of the gates of Ch’in,To weep at Gold Grain MoundBy funereal trees. Rebellion in the northStains in the blue dragon-sword cries out at night—But the general’s left idle, To shake his sleeves,And stroke his cross-guard.“Round the jade towers of Vermilion City,A maze of gates and pavilions.” Slowly, the.

Li He was a Chinese poet of the mid-Tang dynasty. His courtesy name was Changji, and he is also known as Guicai and Shigui. He was prevented from taking the imperial examination due to a naming taboo.

He died very young, and was noted for his sickly appearance. He was a diligent poet, going out on journeys during the day and, when a line of poetry came to him, jotting it down, and completing the Born: /, Yichang County, Henan, China.

The poems of Li Ho () by Li, Ho,Clarendon P. edition, in English. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Li Chʻang-chi ko shih, The poems of Li Ho (), Ri Ga, Ri Shōin, Li Ho shih chu, Goddesses, ghosts, and demons:bthe collected poems of Li He (Li Chang-ji, ).

Genre/Form: Poetry Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Li, He, Poems of Li He (). Oxford, Clarendon P. poem half in the manner of Li Ho 27Aug Li Ho, the story goes, would leave home Each day at dawn, riding a colt, a servant boy and I have been hooked since then.

Unfortunately, you can’t really find much of his work except for in slim books hiding in obscure bookstores. Twenty-two poems by Li Ho. Translated by A.C. Graham 1. The Liang Terrace 2.

Magic Strings 3. A Piece for Magic Strings (A Shamaness. Dew upon lonely orchidsLike tear-brimmed twining of love-knots,Mist-wreathed flowers I cannot bear to cut.

Grass for her cushions,Pines for her awning,Wind as her skirts,Water as her varnished carriageShe is waiting at candles, kingfisher-green,Weary with shining. Over the Western Grave-moundWind-blown rain.

(Li Ho). Li Ho is one of the most brilliant poets of the T'ang dynasty in the finest era of Chinese poetry. Li Ho is one of the most brilliant poets of the T'ang dynasty in the finest era of Chinese poetry. Books > Antiquarian & Collectible.

Email to friends Share on Facebook. Li Ho lived from AD. He was of royal blood and began to write poetry from an early age. By the age of 15 he had already developed a considerable reputation.

It is reported that he would go out each morning by horse and jot down lines at random which he would later use to compose poems.Looking for books by Li Ho?

See all books authored by Li Ho, including Five T'ang Poets, and Poems of the Late T'ang, and more on One of China’s most celebrated poets, Li Po ( C.E.) belongs to earth in the most profound way, for he is free of attachments to self, and that allows him to blend easily into a weave of identification with earth’s process of change: that spontaneous burgeoning forth of the ten thousand things.

Li Po’s poems are suffused with the wonder of being part of this process.