Southern identity and southern estrangement in medieval Chinese poetry [electronic resource] / edited by Ping Wang and Nicholas Morrow Williams
- Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 
- Physical Description:
- 226 pages ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Williams, Nicholas Morrow and Wang, Ping, 1973-
- Language Note:
- Text in English and Chinese.
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Southland as symbol / Ping Wang and Nicholas Morrow Williams -- Southern metal and feather fan: the "southern consciousness" of Lu Ji / David R. Knechtges -- Fan writing: Lu Ji, Lu Yun and the cultural transactions between north and south / Xiaofei Tian -- Plaint, lyricism, and the south / Ping Wang -- Farther south: Jiang Yan in darkest Fujian / Paul W. Kroll -- The pity of spring: a southern topos reimagined by Wang Bo and Li Bai / Nicholas Morrow Williams -- The stele and the drunkard: two poetic allusions from Xiangyang / Jie Wu -- Jiangnan from the ninth century on: the routinization of desire / Stephen Owen.
- 9789888139262 and 9888139266
- "Most of the essays in this volume were originally presented at the "Poetry and Place" conference held at Princeton University on October 26-27, 2012. The conference was jointly sponsored by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies and Princeton University Council of the Humanities"--Acknowledgments.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -217) and index.
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