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1. T'ao Yüan-ming: Volume 1, Translation
 
2. The complete works of Tao Yuanming
$48.00
3. Tao Yuanming & Manuscript
 
4. Tao Yuanming on Learning
 
5. The Complete Poetic Works of Tao
 
$172.49
6. Das Motiv der Wolke in der Dichtung
$36.36
7. Reading Tao Yuanming: Shifting
 
$54.15
8. The Complete Poetic Works of Tao
$19.99
9. Jin-Dynastie (265-420): Jin-Dynastie,
 
10. gleanings from tao yuan-ming
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11. Literatur (4. Jahrhundert): Codex
 
12. Tao Yuanming: Selected Poems
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13. T'ao Yüan-ming: Volume 2, Additional
 
14. Selected Poems by Tao Yuanming
 
15. Gleanings from Tao Yuan-ming:
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16. Literatur (5. Jahrhundert): Sententiae
 
17. The Complete Works of Tao Yuanming
 
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18. The Complete Works of Tao Yuanming
 
19. Tao Yuan-ming (AD 365-427), his
20. Selected Poems. Yuanming Panda

1. T'ao Yüan-ming: Volume 1, Translation and Commentary: His works and their meaning (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions) (v. 1)
by A. R. Davis
Paperback: 280 Pages (2009-03-19)
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All the works of the Chinese poet T'ao Yuan-ming (AD 365-427) generally considered genuine have been translated here with commentary and annotation. T'ao, in the author's opinion, is of all the major Chinese poets especially concerned with personal integrity and the meaning of man's life. His poetry for this reason may be able to transcend the barriers of cultural difference. For centuries of Chinese readers, however, the image of T'ao Yuan-ming as an eccentric wine-loving recluse who embraced purity and simplicity and rejected the corruption of political society has virtually been as important as his own writing. Studies of the poet, from the Sung dynasty on, have applied a political interpretation of his work. The author believes that this approach is generally mistaken and seeks to combat it in detail. The work has been arranged in two volumes. The first, containing the translations with explanatory commentary and notes, is aimed at a wider audience than the professional. The second contains a complete Chinese text. ... Read more


2. The complete works of Tao Yuanming
by Yuanming Tao
 Unknown Binding: 230 Pages (1992)

Isbn: 9620410300
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3. Tao Yuanming & Manuscript Culture: The Record of a Dusty Table (A China Studies Book)
by Xiaofei Tian
Hardcover: 319 Pages (2005-10-30)
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Asin: 0295985534
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As medieval Chinese manuscripts were copied and recopied through the centuries, both mistakes and deliberate editorial changes were introduced, thereby affecting readers' impressions of the author's intent. In Tao Yuanming and Manuscript Culture, Xiaofei Tian shows how readers not only experience authors but produce them by shaping texts to their interpretation. Tian examines the mechanics and history of textual transmission in China by focusing on the evolution over the centuries of the reclusive poet Tao Yuanming into a figure of epic stature.

Considered emblematic of the national character, Tao Yuanming (also known as Tao Qian, 365?-427 c.e.) is admired for having turned his back on active government service and city life to live a simple rural life of voluntary poverty. The artlessness of his poetic style is held as the highest literary and moral ideal, and literary critics have taken great pains to demonstrate perfect consistency between Tao Yuanming's life and poetry. Earlier work on Tao Yuanming has tended to accept this image, interpreting the poems to confirm the image.

Tao Yuanming and Manuscript Culture is a study of how this cultural icon was produced and of the elusive traces of another, historical Tao Yuanming behind the icon. By comparing four early biographies of the poet, Tian shows how these are in large measure constructed out of Tao Yuanming's self-image as projected in his poetry and prose. Drawing on work in European medieval literature, she demonstrates the fluidity of the Chinese medieval textual world and how its materials were historically reconfigured for later purposes.

Tian finds in Tao's poetic corpus not one essentialized Tao Yuanming, but multiple texts continuously produced long after the author's physical demise. Her provocative look at the influence of manuscript culture on literary perceptions transcends its immediate subject and has special resonance today, when the transition from print to electronic media is shaking the literary world in a way not unlike the transition from handwritten to print media in medieval China. ... Read more


4. Tao Yuanming on Learning
by Shih-Ming; Xu, Lele Hua
 Paperback: Pages (1986)

Asin: B003YT3BYG
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5. The Complete Poetic Works of Tao Yuanming: A Versified Translation (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition)
by Tao Yuanming
 Paperback: 255 Pages (2000-01-01)

Isbn: 7560016308
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6. Das Motiv der Wolke in der Dichtung Tao Yuanmings (Freiburger fernostliche Forschungen) (German Edition)
by Maria Rohrer
 Paperback: 256 Pages (1992)
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Asin: 3447032871
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7. Reading Tao Yuanming: Shifting Paradigms of Historical Reception (427 - 1900) (Harvard East Asian Monographs)
by Wendy Swartz
Hardcover: 350 Pages (2008-09-30)
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Tao Yuanming (365?–427), although dismissed as a poet following his death, is now considered one of China’s greatest writers. Over the centuries, portrayals of his life—some focusing on his eccentricity, others on his exemplary virtue—have elevated him to iconic status. This study of the posthumous reputation of a central figure in Chinese literary history, the mechanisms at work in the reception of his works, and the canonization of Tao himself and of particular readings of his works sheds light on the transformation of literature and culture in premodern China. It focuses on readers’ interpretive negotiations with Tao’s works and on changes in hermeneutical practices, critical vocabulary, and cultural demands, as well as the intervention of interested and influential readers, in order to trace the construction of Tao Yuanming. Driven by a dialogue on categories at the very heart of literati culture—reclusion, personality, and poetry—this cumulative process spanning fifteen centuries, the author argues, helps explain the very different pictures of Tao Yuanming and the divergent ways of reading his works across time and illuminates central issues animating premodern Chinese culture.

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8. The Complete Poetic Works of Tao Yuanming
by Unknown
 Paperback: Pages (1991-01-01)
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9. Jin-Dynastie (265-420): Jin-Dynastie, Östliche Jin-Dynastie, Jia Chong, Tao Yuanming, Changchun zhenren xiyou ji, Wei Guan, Lelang-Kommandantur (German Edition)
Paperback: 100 Pages (2010-10-18)
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Asin: 1159076480
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Der Erwerb des Buches enthält gleichzeitig die kostenlose Mitgliedschaft im Buchklub des Verlags zum Ausprobieren - dort können Sie von über einer Million Bücher ohne weitere Kosten auswählen. Das Buch besteht aus Wikipedia-Artikeln: Jin-Dynastie, Östliche Jin-Dynastie, Jia Chong, Tao Yuanming, Changchun zhenren xiyou ji, Wei Guan, Lelang-Kommandantur, Yang Hu, Daifang-Kommandantur, Grabstätte der Familie Wang am Xiangshan-Berg, Sima Fu, Yang Huiyu, Wang Yuanji, Xiyanchi-Gräber, Sima Wang, Zhang Bo, Gu Kaizhi, Yu Pu, Sima Zhou, Chen Shou, Zoumalou, Yuan Hong, Pei Songzhi, Sima Jian, Jin Shu,. Online finden Sie die kostenlose Aktualisierung der Bücher. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Die Jin-Dynastie (265-420) (chin. / , Jìn; auch Tsin oder Chin) ist eine dynastische Periode in der Geschichte Chinas. Sie zerfällt in zwei Epochen: Die Jin-Dynastie ist autochthon-chinesischen Charakters und strikt von der 700 Jahre später von den Jurchen gegründeten Jin-Dynastie (1125-1234) zu unterscheiden. Die Westliche Jin-Dynastie wurde von Kaiser Wu ( / , Jìn Wŭdì) Sima Yan ( / , Sīmǎ Yán) gegründet. Ihre Hauptstadt war Luoyang. Die Östliche Jin-Dynastie wurde von Kaiser Yuan ( / , Jìn Yuándì) Sima Rui ( / , Sīmǎ Ruì) gegründet, die Hauptstadt befand sich in Jiankang (, Jiànkāng, der heutigen Stadt Nanjing). Die Politik während der Jin-Dynastie wurde von den großen und mächtigen Adelshäusern bestimmt. Das politische System befand sich im Übergang zwischen dem der Han-Dynastie mit Drei Erzkanzlern (, Sāngōng) und Neun Ministern (, Jiŭqīng) zu dem der Tang-Dynastie mit Drei Sekretariaten (, Sānshĕng) und Sechs Ministerien (, Liùbù). Das Haus Sima gehörte bereits während der Zeit der Wei-Dynastie zum Hochadel. Nach dem Zwischenfall von Gaopingling (, Gāopínglíng Shìjiàn) wurde es zur bestimmenden Macht in der Wei-Dynastie. Nachdem Sima Yan sich zum Kaiser gemacht hatte, vereinigte er ganz China. Allerdings konnte er der brennenden sozialen Probleme ...http://booksllc.net/?l=de&id=737667 ... Read more


10. gleanings from tao yuan-ming
by Tao Yuan-ming
 Paperback: Pages (1984-01-01)

Asin: B0035Z1L50
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11. Literatur (4. Jahrhundert): Codex Sinaiticus, Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209, Sententiae Syriacae, Misopogon, Tao Yuanming, Vasubandhu (German Edition)
Paperback: 72 Pages (2010-10-18)
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Asin: 1159146209
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Der Erwerb des Buches enthält gleichzeitig die kostenlose Mitgliedschaft im Buchklub des Verlags zum Ausprobieren - dort können Sie von über einer Million Bücher ohne weitere Kosten auswählen. Das Buch besteht aus Wikipedia-Artikeln: Codex Sinaiticus, Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209, Sententiae Syriacae, Misopogon, Tao Yuanming, Vasubandhu, De vera religione, Avienus, Apostolische Konstitutionen, Pseudo-Klementinen, Briefe des Antonius, Mulomedicina Chironis, Sengzhao, Asanga, Pelagonius, Historia Acephala, Jiangbiao zhuan, Maitreyanatha,. Online finden Sie die kostenlose Aktualisierung der Bücher. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Die Sententiae Syriacae sind eine Sammlung juristischer Texte aus der Spätantike. Sie sind in syrischer Sprache verfasst. Ihr Text trägt in den handschriftlichen Quellen mehrfach die später entstandene Bezeichnung „Gesetze der christlichen und gerechten Könige", in einer Handschrift mit dem Zusatz „in Kurzfassung". Wie das Werk ursprünglich benannt war, welchen Zweck es hatte und ob seine Erstfassung überhaupt einen Namen trug, ist nicht bekannt. Seine heutige Bezeichnung beruht auf wissenschaftlichem Konsens. Die Sententiae Syriacae umfassen 102 Textstellen zum römischen Recht des dritten bis fünften Jahrhunderts nach Christus, hauptsächlich auf dem Stand der Zeit Diokletians (frühnachklassische Entwicklungsstufe). Diese Textstellen sind Sentenzen, kurz gefasste Darstellungen des wesentlichen Inhalts rechtlicher Bestimmungen. Behandelt wird römisches Recht, ohne hellenistische oder sonstige provinzialrechtliche Entwicklungen: Personenrecht, Familienrecht, Sachenrecht, Schuldrecht, Erbrecht, Verfahrensrecht (Prozess und Exekution), Strafrecht und die Rechtswirkungen öffentlicher Ehren und Ämter. Ein inhaltlicher Schwerpunkt (der Hinweise auf den Zweck der Sammlung geben könnte) ist nicht erkennbar, es gibt auch keinen Hinweis, dass das Werk in der überlieferten Fassung vollständig oder fragmentarisch ist. Al...http://booksllc.net/?l=de&id=4626312 ... Read more


12. Tao Yuanming: Selected Poems
by Tao Yuanming
 Hardcover: Pages (1993-12)
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Isbn: 0835131297
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13. T'ao Yüan-ming: Volume 2, Additional Commentary, Notes and Biography: His Works and their Meaning (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions) (v. 2)
by A. R. Davis
Paperback: 232 Pages (2009-03-19)
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Asin: 052110453X
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All the works of the Chinese poet T'ao Yuan-ming (AD 365-427) generally considered genuine have been translated here with commentary and annotation. T'ao, in the author's opinion, is of all the major Chinese poets especially concerned with personal integrity and the meaning of man's life. His poetry for this reason may be able to transcend the barriers of cultural difference. For centuries of Chinese readers, however, the image of T'ao Yuan-ming as an eccentric wine-loving recluse who embraced purity and simplicity and rejected the corruption of political society has virtually been as important as his own writing. Studies of the poet, from the Sung dynasty on, have applied a political interpretation of his work. The author believes that this approach is generally mistaken and seeks to combat it in detail. The work has been arranged in two volumes. The first, containing the translations with explanatory commentary and notes, is aimed at a wider audience than the professional. The second contains a complete Chinese text. ... Read more


14. Selected Poems by Tao Yuanming
by Yuanming Tao
 Paperback: 102 Pages (1993-01-01)

Isbn: 7507101185
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15. Gleanings from Tao Yuan-ming: Prose & poetry = Tao Yuanming shi wen xuan yi
by Qian Tao
 Unknown Binding: 179 Pages (1984)

Asin: B0006DJDXQ
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16. Literatur (5. Jahrhundert): Sententiae Syriacae, Syrisch-Römisches Rechtsbuch, Tao Yuanming, Sengzhao, Blossius Aemilius Dracontius, Hou Hanshu (German Edition)
Paperback: 42 Pages (2010-07-22)
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Asin: 1159146217
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Kapitel: Sententiae Syriacae, Syrisch-Römisches Rechtsbuch, Tao Yuanming, Sengzhao, Blossius Aemilius Dracontius, Hou Hanshu, Martyrium Der Heiligen Schuschanik, Visuddhimagga, Flavius Merobaudes, Song Shu. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Tao Qian (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Táo Qián; Wade-Giles: T'ao Ch'ien, 365-427), better known as Tao Yuanming (陶淵明), was a Chinese poet. Born in modern Jiujiang, Jiangxi, he was one of the most influential pre-Tang Dynasty (618-907) Chinese poets. He came from a notable family which had descended into poverty; when young, he was torn between ambition and a desire to retreat into solitude. His great-grandfather was the famous Eastern Jin general and governor, Tao Kan. He served in a series of minor posts, but his sister's death, as well as disgust at the corruption and infighting of the Jin Court prompted his resignation, convincing him that life was too short to compromise on his principles; as he put it himself, he would not "bow like a servant in return for five bushels of grain" ("為五斗米折腰" has entered common usage to mean "swallowing one's pride in exchange for a meager existence". 'Five bushels of grain' refers to the salary of a low-ranking official). He lived in retirement for his last 22 years. Approximately 130 of his works survive. Most of them were poems or essays, which depict an idyllic pastoral life of farming and drinking; because of this he would later be termed the "Poet of the Fields". While his poems were not influential in his time, they would later be a major influence on the poetry of the Tang and Song Dynasties. Du Fu, his great admirer, wrote in his poem Oh, Such a Shame which describes his own life in the countryside: Only by wine one's heart is lit, / only a poem calms a soul that's torn. / You'd understand me, Tao Qian. / I wish a little sooner I was born!Apart from his poems, Tao is perhaps best known today for his short but intr...http://booksllc.net/?l=de ... Read more


17. The Complete Works of Tao Yuanming (Library of Chinese Classics)
 Hardcover: Pages (2005-11)

Isbn: 754383216X
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18. The Complete Works of Tao Yuanming
by Unknown
 Hardcover: Pages (1991-01-01)
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Asin: B003OPC1Y6
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19. Tao Yuan-ming (AD 365-427), his works and their meaning
by A. R Davis
 Unknown Binding: Pages (1983)

Isbn: 9622090443
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20. Selected Poems. Yuanming Panda Books. Cover Wang Ruilin. STATED FIRST EDITION 1993.
by Tao Yuanming
Paperback: Pages (1993)

Asin: B00408BXXG
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PANDA BOOKS. STATED FIRST EDITION. SOFTCOVER. 102 PAGES. YUANMING [365-427] WAS A GREAT PASTORAL PIET, WHO WORKS HAD PROFOUND INFLUENCE ON THE SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPEMENT OF CHINESE POETRY. BOOK PREFACED BY SCHOLAR WANG YAO WHO MADE SIGNIFIICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF CLASSICAL CHINESE LITERATURE. ... Read more


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