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BY

ARTHUR WALEY


 
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NEW YORK
ALFRED · A · KNOPF
MCMXIX

COPYRIGHT, 1919, BY
ALFRED A. KNOPF, Inc.

 

PRINTED BY THE VAIL-BALLOU CO., BINGHAMTON, N.Y.
ON WARREN’S INDIA TINT OLD STYLE PAPER
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CONTENTS

  1. PAGE
  2. Introduction5
  3.  
    Ch'ü Yüan:—
  4. The Great Summons13
  5.  
    Wang Wei:—
  6. Prose Letter23
  7.  
    Li Po:—
  8. Drinking Alone by Moonlight27
  9. In the Mountains on a Summer Day29
  10. Waking from Drunkenness on a Spring Day30
  11. Self-Abandonment31
  12. To Tan Ch'iu32
  13. Clearing at Dawn33
  14.  
    Po Chü-i:—
  15. Life of Po Chü-i35
  16. After Passing the Examination37
  17. Escorting Candidates to the Examination Hall38
  18. In Early Summer Lodging in a Temple to Enjoy the Moonlight39
  19. Sick Leave40
  20. Watching the Reapers41
  21. Going Alone to Spend a Night at the Hsien-Yu Temple42
  22. Planting Bamboos43
  23. To Li Chien44
  24. At the End of Spring45
  25. The Poem on the Wall46
  26. Chu Ch'ēn Village47
  27. Fishing in the Wei River50
  28. Lazy Man's Song51
  29. Illness and Idleness52
  30. Winter Night53
  31. The Chrysanthemums in the Eastern Garden54
  32. Poems in Depression, at Wei Village55
  33. To His Brother Hsing-Chien, Who was in Tung-Ch'uan56
  34. Starting Early from the Ch'u-Ch'ēng Inn57
  35. Rain58
  36. The Beginning of Summer59
  37. Visiting the Hsi-Lin Temple60
  38. Prose Letter to Yüan Chēn61
  39. Hearing the Early Oriole65
  40. Dreaming that I Went with Lu and Yu to Visit Yüan Chēn66
  41. The Fifteenth Volume67
  42. Invitation to Hsiao Chü-Shih68
  43. To Li Chien69
  44. The Spring River70
  45. After Collecting the Autumn Taxes71
  46. Lodging with the Old Man of the Stream72
  47. To His Brother Hsing-Chien73
  48. The Pine-Trees in the Courtyard74
  49. Sleeping on Horseback76
  50. Parting from the Winter Stove77
  51. Good-Bye to the People of Hangchow78
  52. Written when Governor of Soochow79
  53. Getting Up Early on a Spring Morning80
  54. Losing a Slave-Girl81
  55. The Grand Houses at Lo-Yang82
  56. The Cranes83
  57. On His Baldness84
  58. Thinking of the Past85
  59. A Mad Poem Addressed to My Nephews and Nieces87
  60. Old Age88
  61. To a Talkative Guest89
  62. To Liu Yü-Hsi90
  63. My Servant Wakes Me91
  64. Since I Lay Ill92
  65. Song of Past Feelings93
  66. Illness96
  67. Resignation97
  68.  
    Yüan Chēn:—
  69. The Story of Ts'ui Ying-Ying101
  70. The Pitcher114
  71.  
    Po Hsing-chien:—
  72. The Story of Miss Li117
  73.  
    Wang Chien:—
  74. Hearing that His Friend was Coming Back from the War137
  75. The South138
  76.  
    Ou-yang Hsiu:—
  77. Autumn141
  78.  
    Appendix
    144


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