《Three Hundred Tang Poems》

Compiled by Hengtang Tuishi

Introduction:

The Three Hundred Tang Poems is an anthology of poems from the Tang Dynasty(618–907),a period that is commonly regarded as the golden age of Chinese literature. These roughly three hundred poems were gathered in the eighteenth century into what became one of the best-known books in the world, and which is still cherished in Chinese homes everywhere. Many of China’s most famous poets—Du Fu, Li Bai, Bai Juyi, and Wang Wei—are represented by timeless poems about love, war, the delights of drinking and dancing, and the beauties of nature. There are poems about travel, about grief, about the frustrations of bureaucracy, and about the pleasures and sadness of old age.

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Reviews:Full of wisdom and humanity that reach across the barriers of language, space and time, these poems take us to the heart of Chinese poetry, and into the very heart and soul of a nation.
Catalogue:I 222.742
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书名:《唐诗三百首》

作者:编选者蘅塘退士

简介:

        中国流传最广的诗词选集,共选入唐代77位诗人的311首诗,诸诗配有注释和评点。《唐诗三百首》以成功务实的编法、简易适中的篇幅、通俗大众的观点成为儿童最成功的启蒙教材和了解中国文化的模范读本。

图书馆编号: I 222.742

一句话推荐理由:熟读唐诗三百首,不会作诗也会吟

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