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A Drifting Boat: Chinese Zen Poetry

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This anthology gathers together over 1500 years of Chinese Zen (Ch'an) poetry from the earliest writing, including the Hsin Hsin Ming written by the 3rd Patriarch, to the poetry of monks in this century. Poets include Wang Wei, Li Po, Tu Fu, Yuan Mei, the crazy hermits Han-shan and Shih-te, as well as many anonymous monks and hermits.

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Overview

This anthology gathers together over 1500 years of Chinese Zen (Ch'an) poetry from the earliest writing, including the Hsin Hsin Ming written by the 3rd Patriarch, to the poetry of monks in this century. Poets include Wang Wei, Li Po, Tu Fu, Yuan Mei, the crazy hermits Han-shan and Shih-te, as well as many anonymous monks and hermits.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781877727375
  • Publisher: White Pine Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1995
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 11
Pre-Tang
Hui Yung 19
Miao Yin 20
Hui Ko 21
Seng Tsan 22
Tang
Han Shan 29
Shih Te 36
Wang Wei & Pei Ti 40
Li Po 47
Ling Yi 49
Tu Fu 51
Chiao Jan 52
Chang Chi 57
Han Yu 58
Liu Tsung-yuan 59
Wu Pen (Chia Tao) 60
Po Chu-i 64
Tung-shan Liang Chieh 69
Hsueh-feng Yi Tsun 70
Shen Ying 71
Chih Liang 72
Liang Yi 73
Hsiu Mu 74
Huai Su 75
Ching Yun 76
Kuan Hsiu 77
Tzu Lan 80
Yun Piao 81
Chih Hsuan 82
Yin Luan 83
Shu-shan Kuang-jen 84
Hsu Hsuan 85
Sung
Lin Ho-ching 89
Chih Yuan 96
Hsi Chou 98
Pao Tan 100
Wen Chao 102
Heng Chao 104
Chien Chang 105
Wei Feng 107
Hui Chung 109
Yu Chao 110
Wei Ye 112
Wang An-shih 122
Pao-chueh Tsu-hsin 127
Su Tung-po (Shih Su) 128
Shou Chuan 134
Tsan Liao Tzu 135
Chih-tu Chueh 139
Ko Chen 140
Shei-an Liao Yen 141
Tao Kai 142
Yuan
Ta Kuei 145
Po-tzu Ting 146
Liao Hsing 147
Ma Chih-yuan 148
Chang Yang-hao 149
Ching Kung 150
Ming
Tai An 153
Miao Hui 154
Tao Yuan 155
Han Shan Te-ching 156
Ta Hsiang 163
Ching & Republican Era
Shih Shu 167
Yuan Mei 168
Hsu Ku 178
Chan Cheng 179
Ching An 180
Po Ching (Su Man-shu) 185
Hsu Yun 190
The Translators 195
Suggested Reading 199
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2001

    Pavilion of Insight and Delight

    Here it is...a collection of the wisdom, insight and humour of Chinese poets who were practitioners of Ch'an, the uniquely Chinese version of Zen. It's compiled and translated by a group of the finest translators of Chinese poetry alive today. A source of continuing pleasure and spiritual refreshment for sinophiles, zen enthusiasts and poetry lovers alike.

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