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by Lawrence Wong,Andrew Parkin

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ISBN:
0921870469
Author:
Lawrence Wong,Andrew Parkin
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English Chinese
Publisher:
Ronsdale Press; First edition (March 16, 1997)
Pages:
136 pages
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1825 kb
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1144 kb
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The English is not really poetic. Not at all. Tang poems need to be read with an understanding of Chinese culture, there are better translations of at least the poetry of Li Bao and Du Fu.

For the record, Chinese poetry often rhymes. The English is not really poetic. 3 people found this helpful.

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