Literatures of Asia / Edition 1

Literatures of Asia / Edition 1

by Tony Barnstone
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130613681

ISBN-13: 9780130613684

Pub. Date: 09/10/2002

Publisher: Prentice Hall

This text, a derivative of LITERATURES OF ASIA, AFRICA, AND LATIN AMERICA gathers together a broad selection of representative, authoritative writings—spanning antiquity to the present. It combines extensive introductions, headnotes, and bibliographies with excellent literary translations of the best contemporary and classic writers.

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This text, a derivative of LITERATURES OF ASIA, AFRICA, AND LATIN AMERICA gathers together a broad selection of representative, authoritative writings—spanning antiquity to the present. It combines extensive introductions, headnotes, and bibliographies with excellent literary translations of the best contemporary and classic writers.

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ISBN-13:
9780130613684
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
09/10/2002
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
816
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Table of Contents

INDIA, PAKISTAN, AND BANGLADESH.

Introduction.

THE VEDIC PERIOD (C.1500-200 B.C.).

The Rig Veda (poems) (Sanskrit) (c.1200-900 B.C.).

The Upanishads (poems/religious texts) (Sanskrit) (c. 9th century B.C. - 1st century A.D.).

BUDDHIST TEXTS (C. 5th century B.C.- A.D. 255).

Theravada Buddhist Texts (religious texts) (Pali) (5th century B.C. - 1st century B.C.).

Mahayana Buddhist Texts (religious texts) (Chinese) (before A.D. 255).

CLASSICAL SANSKRIT, PRAKRIT AND TAMIL LITERATURES (c. 200 A.D. - 1100 A.D.).

Valmiki (epic poem) (Sanskrit) (c.200 B.C.).

The Bhagavad-Gita (epic poem) Sanskrit (c. 1st century A.D.).

Poems of Love and War (from the classical anthologies) (Tamil) (c.100 B.C. - A.D. 250).

The Gatha Saptashati (700 erotic poems compiled by King Hala) (Prakrit) (c.100-300).

Tales from the Panchatantra (fables) (Sanskrit) (c.200-400).

Kalidasa (poem) (Sanskrit) (4th-5th centuries).

Vijjika (Vidya) (poem) (Sanskrit) (c.659).

Bhartrihari (poems) (Sanskrit) (7th century?).

Amaru (poems) (Sanskrit) (7th century).

REGIONAL BHAKTI (DEVOTIONAL) LITERATURES (C. 10TH-16TH CENTURIES).

Basavanna (poems) (Kannada) (1106-1167 or 1168).

Mahadevi (poems) (Kannada) (12th century).

Jayadeva (dramatic poetry) (Sanskrit) (12th century).

Lalla (poems) (Kashmiri) (1320-1392).

Chandidas (poems) (Bengali) (late 14th-mid-15th centuries).

Kabir (poems) (Hindi) (1398-1448).

Mirabai (poems) (Hindi) (1498-1573).

THE MODERN PERIOD (19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES).

Ghalib (Asadullah Khan Ghalib) (poems)(Urdu) (1797-1869).

Rabindranath Tagore (poems) (Bengali) (1861-1941).

Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) (prose) (English) (1869-1948).

Sara Chandra Chatterjee (story) (Bengali) (1876-1938).

Premchand (story) (Hindi) (1880-1936).

Jibanananda Das (poem) (Bangladesh) (1899-1954).

R.K. Narayan (story) (English) (1906-).

Faiz Ahmed Faiz (poems) (Urdu) (1910-1984).

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (story) (English) (1927-).

Bharati Mukherjee (story) (English) (1942-).

Salman Rushdie (novel) (English) (1947-).

CHINA.

Introduction.

ZHOU DYNASTY (1027-221 B.C.).

The Book of Songs (poems) (c.600 B.C.).

Confucius (philosophy) (c.551-479 B.C.).

Laozi (Lao Tzu) (poems/philosophy) (4th - 3rd centuries B.C.).

Zhuangzi (Chuang Tsu) (philosophy) (c. 369-286 B.C.).

The Songs of Chu (attributed to Qu Yuan) (poems) (332-295 B.C.?).

HAN DYNASTY (206 B.C.- A.D. 220).

Liu Xijun (poem) (late 2nd century B.C.).

Anonymous Folk Songs from the Music Bureau (120 B.C.)

Fu Xuan (poem) (217-278).

SIX DYNASTIES PERIOD (220-589).

Lu Ji (literary criticism in rhyme-prose) (261-303).

Tao Qian (T'ao Ch'ien) (poems and prose) (365-427).

TANG DYNASTY (618-907).

Wang Wei (poems) (701-761).

Li Bai (Li Po) (poems) (701-762).

Du Fu (Tu Fu) (poems) (712-770).

Meng Jiao (Meng Chiao) (poems) (751-814).

Han Yu (Han Yü) (poem) (768-824).

Xue Tao (Hsüeh T'ao) (poems) (768-831).

Li Gongzuo (Li Kung-tso) (story) (770-c.848).

Bo Juyi (Po Chü-i) (poems) (772-846).

Liu Zongyuan (Liu Tsung-Yüan) (poem, fable, essay) (773-819).

Yuan Zhen (Yüan Chen) (poems) (779-831).

Sikong Tu (Ssu-k'ung T'u) (poems/literary criticism) (837-908).

Yu Xuanji (Yü Hsüan-chi) (poems) (c.843-868).

Li Yu (Li Yü) (poems) (936-978).

SONG DYNASTY (960-1279).

Mei Yaochen (Mei Yao-ch'en) (poem) (1002-1060).

Ouyang Xiu (Ou-yang Hsiu) (poem and rhyme-prose) (1007-1072).

Su Dongpo (Su Tung-p'o) (poems, essay, rhyme-prose) (1036-1101).

Li Qingzhao (Li Ch'ing-chao) (poems) (1084-c.1151).

Poets' Jade Dust (aphorisms/literary criticism) (compiled before 1244).

YUAN DYNASTY (1280-1367).

Ma Zhiyuan (Ma Chih-yüan) (poems) (c.1260-1334).

Shi Naian (Shih Nai-an) and Luo Guanzhong (Lo Kuan-chung) (novel) (late 14th century).

MING DYNASTY (1368-1644).

Wu Chengen (Wu Ch'eng-en) (novel) (c.1500-1582).

QING DYNASTY (1644-1911).

Pu Songling (Pu Song-ling) (stories) from Tales of Liaozhai (1640-1715).

Yuan Mei (Yüan Mei) (poems) (1716-1798).

Li Ruzhen (Li Ju-chen) (novel) (c.1763-1830).

Cao Xueqin (Ts'ao Hsüeh-chin)(c.1715-63) and Gao E. (c.1740-1815) (Kao E) (novel).

THE MODERN ERA.

Lu Xun (Lu Hsün) (story) (1881- 1936).

Mao Zedong (Mao Tes-tung) (poems) (1893-1976).

Wen Yiduo (Wen I-to) (poems) (1898-1946).

Lao She (story) (1899-1966).

Wang Meng (story) (1934-).

Chen Rong (Ch'en Jung) (story (1936-).

Bei Dao (Pei Tao) (poems) (1949-).

Shu Ting (Shu T'ing) (poems) (1952-).

Liang Heng (1954-) and Judith Shapiro (1953-) (memoir, written in English).

Yang Lian (poem) (1955-).

Ha Jin (Ha Chin) (story, written in English) (1956-).

Chou Ping (poem, written in English) (1957-).

Tang Yaping (T'ang Ya-p'ing) (poems) (1962-).

JAPAN.

Introduction.

ANCIENT PERIOD (to 794).

Poems from the Mahyoshu.

Empress Iwanohime (?-347).

Empress Jito (645-702).

Kakinomoto Hitomaro (d.708-715).

The Priest Mansei (c.720).

Ladi Ki (8th century).

Otomo Yakamochi (718-785).

Lady Kasa (mid-8th century).

Lady Otomo Sakanoue (c. 695-701-c.750).

HEIAN PERIOD (794-1186).

Ki no Tsurayuki (poems) (c.868-c.946).

Ono no Komachi (poems) (9th century).

Lady Ise (poems) (9th-10th century).

from The Tales of Ise (prose/poetry) (9th-10th century).

Sei Shonagon (memoir) (c.966-c.1017).

Izumi Shikibu (poems) (c.974-c.1034).

Murasaki Shikibu (novel, prose excerpts) (978-c.1015).

Saigyo (poems) (1118-1190).

KAMAKURA/NAMBOKUCHO PERIODS (1186-1392).

The Middle Counselor of the Riverbank's Stories (story) (11-12th centuries).

Tales of Times Now Past (stories) (late 11th- early 12th centuries).

Tale of the Heike (prose) (12th-14th centuries).

Kamo No Chomei (memoir) (c.1155-1216).

Fujiwara No Teika (poems) (1162-1241).

Dogen (poems) (1200-1253).

Zen Stories from Sand and Pebbles (and other collections) (wisdom stories) (13th century and later).

Muso Soseki (poems) (1275-1351).

Kenko (prose) (c.1283-1350).

MUROMACHI/MOMOYAMA PERIODS (1392-1603).

Zeami Motokiyo (noh plays, prose) (1363-1443).

TOKUGAWA/EDO PERIODS (1603-1868).

Ihara Saikaku (novel) (1642-93).

Matsuo Basho (poems, travel diary, linked verse) (1644-1694).

Matsuo Basho and His School.

Chikamatsu Monzaemon (play) (1653-1725).

Yosa Buson (Taniguchi Buson) (poems) (1716-1783).

Ryokan (poems) (1758-1831).

Issa (Kobayashi Issa) (poems) (1763-1827).

MODERN PERIOD (1868-PRESENT).

Natsume Soseki (story) (1867-1916).

Shiki (Masaoka Shiki) (poems) (1867-1902).

Yosano Akiko (poems) (1878-1942).

Tanizaki Junichiro (story) (1886-1965).

Akutagawa Ryunosuke (story) (1892-1927).

Kawabata Yasunari (stories) (1899-1972).

Nakamoto Takako (story) (1903-1991).

Sakaki Nanao (poems) (1922-).

Tamura Ruichi (poems) (1923-).

Abe Kobo (story) (1924-).

Mishima Yukio (story) (1925-1970).

Shiraishi Kazuko (poem) (1931-).

Tanikawa Shuntaro (poems) (1931-).

Oe Kenzaburo (story) (1935-).

Murakami Haruki (novel) (1949-).

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