A Further Collection of Chinese Lyrics
Rendered into Verse by Alan Ayling from translations of the Chinese by Duncan Mackintosh in collaboration with Ch'eng Hsi and T'ung Ping-Cheng
Prices & shipping based on shipping country
This book, first published in 1969, builds on the authors’ first selection and contains a selection of Chinese lyrics (tz’u) mainly from Sung Dynasty poets who made this verse-form lastingly popular. Two of these poets, Su Shih and Hsin Ch’i Chi, add a fresh and robust note to the traditional theme of nostalgia and separation. As in the previous volume, the Chinese original, written with a scholar’s brush, faces the English translation.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Tz’u T’ang and Five Dynasties 1. Wei Ying Wu 2. Chang Chih Ho 3. Po Chü I 4. Wei Chuang 5. Anon 6. Fêng Yen Ssu Sung Dynasty 7. P’an Lang 8. Lin Pu 9. Chang Hsien 10. Yen Shu 11. Ou Yang Hsiu 12. Su Shih 13. Ch’in Kuan 14. Ho Chu 15. Li Chih I 16. Chou Pang Yen 17. Ts’ai Shên 18. Ch’ên Chien Lung Southern Sung Dynasty 19. Yüeh Fei 20. Chu Tun Ju 21. K’ang Yü Chih 22. Fan Ch’êng Ta 23. Lu Yu 24. Hsin Ch’i Chi 25. Chiang K’uei 26. Shih Ta Tsu 27. Liu K’o Chuang 28. Wang Ch’ing Hui 29. Chiang Chieh Ch’ing Dynasty 30. Na’lan Hsing-tê Republic 31. Ch’eng Hsi Part 2. Shih T’ang Dynasty 32. Po Chü I: ‘The Song of a Guitar’ 33. Po Chü I: ‘The Song of Endless Sorrow’
Alan Ayling and Duncan Mackintosh