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Tu Fu Comes to America

Author : Larry Smith
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In the winter of 770 CE, Tu Fu left this world. In Larry Smith's fine narrative, he reappears in present day Cleveland. We see America through his eyes, through his contemplative heart. Hope, loss, friendship, love, the old quarrel with the world. Travel with him. Open your chest. Learn. --MAJ RAGAIN, author of Twist the Axe

Gary Snyder and the Pacific Rim

Author : Timothy Gray
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In Gary Snyder and the Pacific Rim, Timothy Gray draws upon previously unpublished journals and letters as well as his own close readings of Gary Snyder's well-crafted poetry and prose to track the early career of a maverick intellectual whose writings powered the San Francisco Renaissance of the 1950s and 1960s. Exploring various aspects of cultural geography, Gray asserts that this west coast literary community seized upon the idea of a Pacific Rim regional structure in part to recognize their Orientalist desires and in part to consolidate their opposition to America's cold war ideology, which tended to divide East from West. The geographical consciousness of Snyder's writing was particularly influential, Gray argues, because it gave San Francisco's Beat and hippie cultures a set of physical coordinates by which they could chart their utopian visions of peace and love.Gray's introduction tracks the increased use of “Pacific Rim discourse” by politicians and business leaders following World War II. Ensuing chapters analyze Snyder's countercultural invocation of this regional idea, concentrating on the poet's migratory or “creaturely” sensibility, his gift for literary translation, his physical embodiment of trans-Pacific ideals, his role as tribal spokesperson for Haight-Ashbury hippies, and his burgeoning interest in environmental issues. Throughout, Gray's citations of such writers as Allen Ginsberg, Philip Whalen, and Joanne Kyger shed light on Snyder's communal role, providing an amazingly intimate portrait of the west coast counterculture. An interdisciplinary project that utilizes models of ecology, sociology, and comparative religion to supplement traditional methods of literary biography, Gary Snyder and the Pacific Rim offers a unique perspective on Snyder's life and work. This book will fascinate literary and Asian studies scholars as well as the general reader interested in the Beat movement and multicultural influences on poetry.

Asian American Novelists

Author : Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
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As a distinct area of literary study, Asian American literature now enjoys a level of critical recognition that was unimaginable when academic interest in the field began modestly some 25 years ago. Part of this recognition stems from the increasing contributions of Asian American novelists, whose works continue to capture growing levels of popular attention. This reference book provides alphabetically arranged entries for 70 Asian American novelists. Each entry is written by an expert contributor and provides a short biography, a discussion of major works and themes, an overview of the novelist's critical reception, and a bibliography of primary and secondary sources. In addition, the volume concludes with a selected, general bibliography.

Tu Fu Remembered

Author : Jean Elizabeth, Poet Laureate Ward
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Du Fu: Remembered, is illustrated, with both Chinese and English translations, and poetry inspired by and given homage to by American, Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, who has not attempted to be perfectly concise, or figure out what Du Fu is saying. She writes whatever comes into her mind when she read Du Fu's poetry. For the reader who is searching for something will find it a joy to delight your soul, no matter your nationality; alphabetized for an easy read. Not a Translation Manual.

Exile and the Narrative Poetic Imagination

Author : Agnieszka Gutthy
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Exile and the Narrative/Poetic Imagination is a collection of essays examining a variety of narrative and poetic responses to exile. Intended to complement existing scholarship on exile, these essays discuss works from very different parts of the world, some of them relatively rarely studied through the lens of exile, including Armenia, Egypt, Tibet, and Liberia. The book is divided into five parts, each discussing different aspects of this condition such as feelings of loss and loneliness, memories of trauma, and the search for identity.

Du Fu an Homage To

Author : Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Du Fu, Chinese Poet, with Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward paying an Homage to with her responses to his poetry. A dozen illustrations by the poet are within this charming book, first in a series, with her paying an homage to Li Bai, Wang Wei, Li He, or Ho, Po Chu-I, Tang: An Homage to, and perhaps a few others; NOT A TRANSLATION, but poems inspired by, or paying an homage to by an American Woman Poet. One chapter dedicated to the exquisite translations of Florence Wheelock Ayscough McNair.

The New Directions Anthology of Classical Chinese Poetry

Author : Eliot Weinberger
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Provides translations of more than two hundred-fifty poems by over forty poets, from early anonymous poetry through the T'ang and Sung dynasties.

One Hundred Poems from the Chinese

Author : Kenneth Rexroth
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Selected translations from the poetry of the Sung Dynasty together with thirty-five poems by Tu Fu

American Journal of Pharmacy

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American Journal of Pharmacy and the Sciences Supporting Public Health

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The Spectator

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Wild Form Savage Grammar

Author : Andrew Schelling
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These essays are reports from an increasingly important crossroads where art and ecology meet. Andrew Schelling belongs, in the words of Patrick Pritchett, "to a small group of poets who are actively engaged with the rhythms and pulses of the natural world." He is also the preeminent translator into English of the poetries of ancient India.Wild Form, Savage Grammarcollects ten years of essays, many of which investigate the "nature literacy" of American and Asian poetry traditions. Other topics include recollections of Allen Ginsberg and Joanne Kyger, wolf reintroduction in the Rocky Mountains, pilgrimage to Buddhist India, and the possible use of hallucinogens among Paleolithic artists. An underlying commitment to ecology studies, Buddhist teachings, and contemporary poetry weaves the collection together.>/p> "What the archaic traditions (and their echoes in Asia, Native America and elsewhere) might come to mean for a nature literate people of today and the future is very exciting. A way out of the West's goofy pastoralism? Out of the neo-Victorian nature writing which dominates the commercial nature magazines? Let's envision somewhere in the immediate future a tradition grander than Romantic landscape verse or regional painting, and far more heartening than nostalgia for a pre-industrial or pre-agricultural past. What might it look like? Could there be a future in which ecology and art fruitfully interact, inspired by biological discoveries and scarcely envisioned conservation sciences of eras to come? My hope is that projective forms of writing will move quickly past visual descriptions of natural phenomena, to enact or recuperate what Aldo Leopold observed to be the grand theaters of ecology and the epic journeys of evolution."--from theIntroduction

The Selected Poems of Li Po

Author : Bo Li
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Gathers poems written by the eighth-century Chinese poet, and briefly discusses his life and influence on Asian poetry

The Holiness of the Real

Author : Donald Gutierrez
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The title of the book, "The Holiness of the Real," is a key phrase from "Time Is the Mercy of Eternity," one of Rexroth's finest nature-meditation poems. The phrase underscores the essence of Rexroth's work at its best - his capacity to meditate on, celebrate, and articulate love, nature, and political experience with a unique numinosity. Reading his work, one comes to realize that what is real or authentic, rather than being marginal or preternatural, is everyday and "normal," but "normal" in the visionary sense in which the diurnal and customary are perceived by someone who has undergone a revelation or "shock of recognition." What Rexroth's most accomplished verse and poetry convey is this recognition of how profound, stirring, and contenting the fundamental rounds of life and experience can be, despite living in what Raymond Aron has termed the "century of total war." The book is divided into six chapters. The first, following a preface, is a general introduction to Rexroth, covering his career and cultural position in American society, his prosody, influences on his verse, theorizing on his poetics, and speculation about why he has been ignored by the literary canon makers in academe and elsewhere. The next four chapters deal with large and basic subject categories in Rexroth's verse: nature, political, love, and love-nature verse. The final chapter provides an overview of Rexroth as a literary and social critic-journalist, amplifying the sense of his scope as an intellect and personality. A brief conclusion follows.

Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature

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Mountain Home

Author : David Hinton
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China's tradition of ``rivers-and-mountains'' poetry stretches across millennia.

Juan in China

Author : Eric Linklater
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Literatures of Asia Africa and Latin America

Author : Willis Barnstone
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Presents excerpts of works, biographical profiles of authors, bibliographies, and annotations explaining obscure references in the texts

Journal of the American Oriental Society

Author : American Oriental Society
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List of members in each volume.

American Artisan

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