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
Chinese name
Chinese 李白
Vietnamese name
Vietnamese Lý Bạch
Korean name
Hangul 이백
Hanja 李白
Japanese name
Kanji 李白
Hiragana りはく

Hi Li Bai o Li Po (李白 Lǐ Bái / Lǐ Bó) (701-762) usa nga Tsino nga maniriday.

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Mga reperensya[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Mga paghubad[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Background ngan kritisismo[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

  • 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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