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The Poetry and Prose of Wang Wei...

Multi-volumed work

The Poetry and Prose of Wang Wei

Transl. by Rouzer, Paul

Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Red. Nugent, Christopher

Volume 1

Series:Library of Chinese Humanities

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    March 2020
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    Aims and Scope

    In spite of the importance of Wang Wei's poetry in the history of Chinese literature, no one has attempted a complete translation of all of his surviving poems; moreover, even though he was known for his skill in composing prose pieces in the recognized genres of his day (especially as a writer of commissioned compositions), very little of his prose has been translated. This translation will enable students with limited or no knowledge of Chinese to get a full sense of Wang Wei's compositional range. Moreover, since Wang Wei was known for being a devout Buddhist, having the complete poetry available in reliable translation as well as all of the prose that is connected to the Buddhist faith will be useful to students of Chinese religion.


    20.3 x 13.3 cm
    600 pages
    English, Chinese
    Type of Publication:
    Source Edition
    Chinese Poetry; Buddhism; Asian Studies; Asian Literature

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    Paul Rouzer, University of Minnesota, USA

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