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  • MORE TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CHINESE
  • BY
  • ARTHUR WALEY
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • EVENING
      • [a.d. 835]
    • [a.d. 835]
    • IN EARLY SPRING ALONE CLIMBING THE T‘IEN-KUNG PAGODA
      • [a.d. 389]
    • [a.d. 389]
  • CH‘U YÜAN
    • [1] THE GREAT SUMMONS
  • WANG WEI
    • [2] PROSE LETTER
  • LI PO
    • [3-5] DRINKING ALONE BY MOONLIGHT
      • [Three Poems]
      • I
      • II
      • III
    • [Three Poems]
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • [6] IN THE MOUNTAINS ON A SUMMER DAY
    • [7] WAKING FROM DRUNKENNESS ON A SPRING DAY
    • [8] SELF-ABANDONMENT
    • [9] TO TAN CH‘IU
    • [10] CLEARING AT DAWN
  • PO CHU-I
    • LIFE OF PO CHU-I
    • [11] AFTER PASSING THE EXAMINATION
      • [a.d. 800]
    • [a.d. 800]
    • [12] ESCORTING CANDIDATES TO THE EXAMINATION HALL
      • [a.d. 805]
    • [a.d. 805]
    • [13] IN EARLY SUMMER LODGING IN A TEMPLE TO ENJOY THE MOONLIGHT
      • [a.d. 805]
    • [a.d. 805]
    • [14] SICK LEAVE
      • [While Secretary to the Deputy-Assistant-Magistrate of Chou-chih, near Ch‘ang-an, in a.d. 806]
    • [While Secretary to the Deputy-Assistant-Magistrate of Chou-chih, near Ch‘ang-an, in a.d. 806]
    • [15] WATCHING THE REAPERS
      • [a.d. 806]
    • [a.d. 806]
    • [16] GOING ALONE TO SPEND A NIGHT AT THE HSIEN-YU TEMPLE
      • [a.d. 806]
    • [a.d. 806]
    • [17] PLANTING BAMBOOS
      • [a.d. 806]
    • [a.d. 806]
    • [18] TO LI CHIEN
      • [Part of a Poem]
      • [a.d. 807]
    • [Part of a Poem]
    • [a.d. 807]
    • [19] AT THE END OF SPRING
      • To Yüan Chēn.[1] [a.d. 810]
    • To Yüan Chēn.[1] [a.d. 810]
    • [20] THE POEM ON THE WALL
      • [a.d. 810]
      • [Yüan Chēn wrote that on his way to exile he had discovered a poem inscribed by Po Chü-i, on the wall of the Lo-k‘ou Inn.]
    • [a.d. 810]
    • [Yüan Chēn wrote that on his way to exile he had discovered a poem inscribed by Po Chü-i, on the wall of the Lo-k‘ou Inn.]
    • [21] CHU CH‘ĒN VILLAGE
      • [a.d. 811]
    • [a.d. 811]
    • [22] FISHING IN THE WEI RIVER
      • [a.d. 811]
    • [a.d. 811]
    • [23] LAZY MAN’S SONG
      • [a.d. 811]
    • [a.d. 811]
    • [24] ILLNESS AND IDLENESS
      • [Circa a.d. 812]
    • [Circa a.d. 812]
    • [25] WINTER NIGHT
      • [Written during his retirement in 812]
    • [Written during his retirement in 812]
    • [26] THE CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN THE EASTERN GARDEN
      • [a.d. 812]
    • [a.d. 812]
    • [27] POEMS IN DEPRESSION, AT WEI VILLAGE
      • [a.d. 812]
      • [1]
      • [2]
    • [a.d. 812]
    • [1]
    • [2]
    • [28] TO HIS BROTHER HSING-CHIEN, WHO WAS SERVING IN TUNG-CH‘UAN
      • [a.d. 815]
    • [a.d. 815]
    • [29] STARTING EARLY FROM THE CH‘U-CH‘ĒNG INN
      • [a.d. 815]
    • [a.d. 815]
    • [30] RAIN
      • [a.d. 815]
    • [a.d. 815]
    • [31] THE BEGINNING OF SUMMER
      • [a.d. 815]
    • [a.d. 815]
    • [32] VISITING THE HSI-LIN TEMPLE
      • [Written during his exile]
    • [Written during his exile]
    • [33] PROSE LETTER TO YÜAN CHĒN
      • [a.d. 818]
    • [a.d. 818]
    • [34] HEARING THE EARLY ORIOLE
      • [Written in exile]
    • [Written in exile]
    • [35] DREAMING THAT I WENT WITH LU AND YU TO VISIT YÜAN CHĒN
      • [Written in exile]
    • [Written in exile]
    • [36] THE FIFTEENTH VOLUME
      • [Having completed the fifteenth volume of his works, the poet sends it to his friends Yüan Chēn and Li Chien, with a jesting poem.]
      • [Written in 818]
    • [Having completed the fifteenth volume of his works, the poet sends it to his friends Yüan Chēn and Li Chien, with a jesting poem.]
    • [Written in 818]
    • [37] INVITATION TO HSIAO CHÜ-SHIH[1]
      • [Written when Governor of Chung-Chou]
    • [Written when Governor of Chung-Chou]
    • [38] TO LI CHIEN
      • [a.d. 818]
    • [a.d. 818]
    • [39] THE SPRING RIVER
      • [a.d. 820]
    • [a.d. 820]
    • [40] AFTER COLLECTING THE AUTUMN TAXES
    • [41] LODGING WITH THE OLD MAN OF THE STREAM
      • [a.d. 820]
    • [a.d. 820]
    • [42] TO HIS BROTHER HSING-CHIEN
      • [a.d. 820]
    • [a.d. 820]
    • [43] THE PINE-TREES IN THE COURTYARD
      • [a.d. 820]
    • [a.d. 820]
    • [44] SLEEPING ON HORSEBACK
      • [a.d. 822]
    • [a.d. 822]
    • [45] PARTING FROM THE WINTER STOVE
      • [a.d. 822]
    • [a.d. 822]
    • [46] GOOD-BYE TO THE PEOPLE OF HANGCHOW
      • [a.d. 824]
    • [a.d. 824]
    • [47] WRITTEN WHEN GOVERNOR OF SOOCHOW
      • [a.d. 825]
    • [a.d. 825]
    • [48] GETTING UP EARLY ON A SPRING MORNING
      • [Part of a poem written when Governor of Soochow in 825]
    • [Part of a poem written when Governor of Soochow in 825]
    • [49] LOSING A SLAVE-GIRL
      • [Date uncertain]
    • [Date uncertain]
    • [50] THE GRAND HOUSES AT LO-YANG
      • [Circa a.d. 829]
    • [Circa a.d. 829]
    • [51] THE CRANES
      • [a.d. 830]
    • [a.d. 830]
    • [52] ON HIS BALDNESS
      • [a.d. 832]
    • [a.d. 832]
    • [53] THINKING OF THE PAST
      • [a.d. 833]
    • [a.d. 833]
    • [54] A MAD POEM ADDRESSED TO MY NEPHEWS AND NIECES
      • [a.d. 835]
    • [a.d. 835]
    • [55] OLD AGE
      • [Addressed to Liu Yü-hsi, who was born in the same year]
      • [a.d. 835]
    • [Addressed to Liu Yü-hsi, who was born in the same year]
    • [a.d. 835]
    • [56] TO A TALKATIVE GUEST
      • [a.d. 836]
    • [a.d. 836]
    • [57] TO LIU YU-HSI
      • [a.d. 838]
    • [a.d. 838]
    • [58] MY SERVANT WAKES ME
      • [a.d. 839]
    • [a.d. 839]
    • [59] SINCE I LAY ILL
      • [a.d. 840]
    • [a.d. 840]
    • [60] SONG OF PAST FEELINGS [With Preface]
      • [Circa a.d. 840]
    • [Circa a.d. 840]
    • [61] ILLNESS
      • [Written circa 842, when he was paralyzed]
    • [Written circa 842, when he was paralyzed]
    • [62] RESIGNATION
  • YÜAN CHEN
    • [63] THE STORY OF TS‘UI YING-YING
    • [64] THE PITCHER
      • [a.d. 779-831]
    • [a.d. 779-831]
  • PO HSING-CHIEN
    • [65] THE STORY OF MISS LI
  • WANG CHIEN
    • [66] HEARING THAT HIS FRIEND WAS COMING BACK FROM THE WAR
    • [67] THE SOUTH
  • OU-YANG HSIU
    • [68] AUTUMN
  • APPENDIX
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