2 edition of Yang Xiong and the pleasures of reading and classical learning in China found in the catalog.
Yang Xiong and the pleasures of reading and classical learning in China
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Michael Nylan|
|Series||American Oriental series -- v. 94|
|LC Classifications||PL2663.Y35 Z79 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011007622|
Classical Chinese is the most comprehensive and authoritative textbook on the language, literature, philosophy, history, and religion of premodern China. Rigorously and extensively field-tested and fine-tuned for years in classroom settings, it sets a new standard for the field. Chinese literature, the body of works written in Chinese, including lyric poetry, historical and didactic writing, drama, and various forms of fiction. Chinese literature is one of the major literary heritages of the world, with an uninterrupted history of more than 3, years, dating back at.
Yes, absolutely. When one is translating classical Chinese, one has to think about the precise word to translate the precise pleasure being described, and rolling those ideas over in the mind is marvelous. Also, I have enjoyed discussing the book, even the problems in writing the book, with trusted friends and with some new acquaintances. Her publications include: Lives of Confucius, eight chapters plus an epilogue (co-authored with Thomas A. Wilson, Random House, ); Yang Xiong and the Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning (The American Oriental Society, ); Exemplary Figures: a complete translation of Yang Xiong’s Fayan (University of Washington Press, ); and.
Exemplary Figures(sometimes translated as Model Sayings) is an unabridged, annotated translation of Fayan, one of three major works by the Chinese court poet-philosopher Yang Xiong (53 BCE CE). Yang sought to "renew the old" by patterning these works on earlier classics, drawing inspiration from the Confucian Analects for Exemplary Figures. Yan Zun is well remembered in traditional sources as a recluse of great learning and integrity, a diviner of legendary ability, and an author of exceptional talent. The famous Han poet and philosopher Yang Xiong (53 B.C.E.–18 C.E.) studied under Yan and spoke glowingly of him.
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Yang Xiong and the Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning in China (American Oriental) Hardcover – May 3, by Michael Nylan (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).
Introduction: Yang's life from the early sources --Playing with manuscripts: stages in an evolving manuscript culture; literacy, and Yang Xiong's intended readers --Playing with words: Yang's play with graphs and dialogues; Yang's pleasure theory as it relates to classical learning --At play with the ancients: philological matters; Yang the historian; background to the Haogu movement.
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Michael Nylan is Professor in the Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley. Her recent publications include Chang'an 26 BCE: An Augustan Age in China, Exemplary Figures (a complete translation of Yang Xiong's Fayan), and Yang Xiong and the Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning in China.
Michael Nylan An examination of pleasure—short-term delight. Classical Chinese literature: an anthology of translations User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Compiled by two eminent professors of Chinese in Hong Kong, this wonderful book covers the vast time span from c B.C.E.
to C.E. The summation of more than two thousand years of one of the world's most august literary traditions, this volume also represents the achievements of four hundred years of Western scholarship on China.
The selections include poetry, drama, fiction, songs, biographies, and works of early Chinese philosophy and history rendered in English by the most renowned translators of classical Chinese. Michael Nylan, Yang Xiong and the Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning in China (Yale: New Haven: ), 40–5.
Michael Loewe, A Biographical Dictionary of the Qin, Former Han, and Xin Periods (Leiden: EJ Brill, ), The book also urges scholars to examine a fundamental question concerning the origins and evolution of the historiography of traditional Chinese medicine in post China.
All in all, this book will be of great interest to scholars in the fields of Chinese history, Chinese medical history, Chinese historiography, and the history of science. Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China, ed. Yuri Pines, Paul Rakita Goldin, and Martin Kern. Leiden: Brill, Statecraft and Classical Learning: The Rituals of Zhou in East Asian History, ed.
Benjamin A. Elman and Martin Kern. Leiden: Brill, Text and Ritual in Early China, ed. Martin Kern. Seattle. Pre-classical period. Formation of the earliest layer of Chinese literature was influenced by oral traditions of different social and professional provenance: cult and lay musical practices (), divination (), astronomy, attempt at tracing the genealogy of Chinese literature to religious spells and incantations (the six zhu 六祝, as presented in the "Da zhu" chapter of the Rites.
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The Han shu biography of Yang Xiong (53 B.C.-A A.D. 18) by David R Knechtges (Book) Yang Xiong and the pleasures of reading and classical learning in China by Michael Nylan (Book) Exemplary figures = Fayan by Xiong Yang (Book).
The Teaching of Reading in China. How Children Read Compound Characters. Phonological Awareness and Learning to Read Chinese. Learning to Read Chinese As a Second Language. Developmental Dyslexia. Conclusions. Entry “Encyclopedias,” in David Pong ed., Encyclopedia of Modern China, New York: Charles Scribners Sons/Reference,vol.
1, p. "The Zhouli as the Late Qing Path to the Future", in Benjamin A. Elman, Martin Kern eds., Statecraft and Classical Learning. The Rituals of Zhou in East Asian History. Leiden: Brill, Yang Xiong (c. 53 bce –18 ce) in the Fayan (“Model Sayings”), a collection of moralistic aphorisms in the style of the Analects, and the Taixuan jing (“Classic of the Supremely Profound Principle”), a cosmological speculation in the style of the Yijing, presented an alternative worldview.
Introduction: Yang's life from the early sources Playing with manuscripts: stages in an evolving manuscript culture; literacy, and Yang Xiong's intended readers Playing with words: Yang's play with graphs and dialogues; Yang's pleasure theory as it relates to classical learning.
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At about the same time Jacob Gohl wrote a book arguing that the language had to have been invented all at once (Duyvendak ). writing about the compositions of the Han Dynasty scholar-official and author Yang Xiong (53 BCE–18 CE): Nylan, Michael,Yang Xiong and the Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning in China, Ann.
Water Margin (simplified Chinese: 水浒传; traditional Chinese: 水滸傳; pinyin: Shuǐhǔ Zhuàn), also translated as Outlaws of the Marsh, Tale of the Marshes or All Men Are Brothers, is a 14th-century Chinese novel attributed to Shi Nai'ered one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature, the novel is written in vernacular Chinese rather than Classical Chinese.She is the author of The Five "Confucian" Classics and Yang Xiong and The Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning, coauthor of Lives of Confucius, and translator of The Canon of Supreme Mystery by Yang Xiong.
Michael Nylan is professor of history at the University of California, Berkeley. She is the author of The Five "Confucian" Classics and Yang Xiong and The Pleasures of Reading and Classical Learning, coauthor of Lives of Confucius, and translator of Reviews: 1.