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Ultimately this is the long-awaited, first Western-language reference consultant focusing completely on chinese language literature from ca. seven hundred B.C.E. to the early 7th century C.E. Alphabetically prepared, it comprises at the least 775 entries on significant and minor writers, literary varieties and schools,"" and demanding chinese language literary phrases. as well as offering authoritative information regarding each one topic, the compilers have taken meticulous care to incorporate precise, updated bibliographies and resource details. The reader will locate it a treasure-trove of ancient bills, in particular whilst looking in the course of the biographies of authors.Indispensable for students and scholars of pre-modern chinese language literature, background, and proposal. half One features a to R.
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574) and Hua Jiao to lead armies against the Chen. They were defeated by the Chen forces led by Wu Mingche 吳明徹 (511–577). The Chen then occupied Changsha, Baling, and other areas of the Later Liang. When Emperor Wu of Zhou defeated the Northern Qi in February 577, Xiao Kui paid an official visit to the Northern Zhou court in Ye. After Emperor Wu of the Northern Zhou died in 578, the Zhou general Yang Jian 楊堅 (541–604), the future Emperor Wen of Sui (r. 581–604), seized power at the Zhou court. The Zhou generals Yuchi Jiong 尉遲迥 (d.
Ma Haiying 馬海英. Chendai shige yanjiu 陳代詩歌研究, 178–79, 188. Beijing: Xuelin chubanshe. TPK Xiao Que 蕭慤 (fl. 550–580), zi Renzu 仁祖 Northern Qi poet. Xiao Que’s ancestral home was Nan Lanling 南蘭陵 (the Danyang 丹陽 area northwest of modern Changzhou, Jiangsu). He was a member of the Liang imperial family. His father Xiao Ye 蕭曄 (fl. 519–531) had the title of Marquis of Shanghuang 上黃. After the fall of the Liang in 550, he went to the Northern Qi court. In 566, Xiao Que and Yan Zhitui 顏之推 (531– ca. 591) served together in the Northern Qi capital of Ye 鄴 (northwest of modern Linzhang 臨漳, Hebei).
Cao Daoheng 曹道衡. Lanling Xiaoshi yu Nanchao wenxue 蘭陵蕭氏與南朝文學, 119–21. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2004. Translations Birrell, New Songs from a Jade Terrace, 201–2. DRK Xiao Quan 蕭銓 (fl. 560–580) Chen period poet. Little is known about Xiao Quan’s life. During the early Taijian period (569–582) of Emperor Xuan (r. ) and Zhang Zhengjian 張正見 1502 xiao quan 蕭銓 (fl. 560–580) (524–569; alt. 528–581) in a literary group. The only position that we know he held was that of gentleman of the palace gate. He has five extant poems: “Wushan gao” 巫山高 (Mount Wu is high), “Fu de wangwang gu shan ying shi” 賦得往往孤山映詩 (Poem on the recurrent reflection of a solitary mountain), “Yong xian ni shuang yan shi” 詠銜泥雙燕詩 (Poem on a pair of swallows carrying bits of mud in their bills), “Fu de ye yuan ti shi” 賦得夜猿啼詩 (Poem on gibbons shrieking at night), and “Fu de enuo dang xuan zhi shi” 賦得婀娜當軒織詩 (Poem on a beautiful and graceful young woman weaving by the window), which are included in the Yiwen leiju, Chuxue ji, Wenyuan yinghua, Yuefu shiji and Xian Qin Han Wei Jin Nanbeichao shi.