Li Bai

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Li Bai
Li Bai Chanting a Poem, by Liang K'ai (1140 - 1210)
Natawo 701
Sui Ye, Tang dynasty, China.
Namatay 762
Dangtu
Trabaho Poet
Nasodhanon Chinese
Panahon Tang dynasty, Shanxi Province, China
Li Bai
Tsino nga ngaran
Tsinino 李白
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Hi Li Bai o Li Po (李白 Lǐ Bái / Lǐ Bó) (701-762) usa nga Tsino nga maniriday.

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Background ngan kritisismo[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • Edkins, Joseph (1888). "Li Tai-po as a Poet", The China Review, Vol. 17 No. 1 (1888 Jul) [1]. Retrieved from [2], 19 January 2011.
  • Eide, Elling (1973). "On Li Po", in Perspectives on the T'ang. New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 367-403.
  • Frankel, Hans H. (1978). The Flowering Plum and the Palace Lady. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press) ISBN 0-300-02242-5.
  • Kroll, Paul (2001). “Poetry of the T’ang Dynasty,” in Victor H. Mair. ed., The Columbia History of Chinese Literature. (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001). ISBN 0231109849), pp. 274–313.
  • Stephen Owen 'Li Po: a new concept of genius," in Stephen Owen. The Great Age of Chinese Poetry : The High T'ang. (New Haven Conn.: Yale University Press, 1981). ISBN 9780300023671.
  • Varsano, Paula M. (2003). Tracking the Banished Immortal: The Poetry of Li Bo and its Critical Reception (University of Hawai'i Press, 2003). ISBN 978-0-8248-2573-7, [3]
  • —— (2014). "Li Bai and Du Fu". Oxford Bibliographies Online (Oxford University Press). . Lists and evaluates scholarship and translations.

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Mga aada-ha-linya nga paghubad (An pipira may-ada orihinal nga Tsino, kaluwas, ngan literal nga paghubad):