How to read Chinese poetry. Workbook

Jie CUI, Zongqi CAI

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Abstract

Designed to work with the acclaimed course text How to Read Chinese Poetry: A Guided Anthology, the How to Read Chinese Poetry Workbook introduces classical Chinese to advanced beginners and learners at higher levels, teaching them how to appreciate Chinese poetry in its original form. Also a remarkable stand-alone resource, the volume illuminates China's major poetic genres and themes through one hundred well-known, easy-to-recite works. Each of the volume's twenty units contains four to six classical poems in Chinese, English, and tone-marked pinyin romanization, with comprehensive vocabulary notes and prose poem translations in modern Chinese. Subsequent comprehension questions and comments focus on the artistic aspects of the poems, while exercises test readers' grasp of both classical and modern Chinese words, phrases, and syntax. An extensive glossary cross-references classical and modern Chinese usage, characters and compounds, and multiple character meanings, and online sound recordings are provided for each poem and its prose translation free of charge. A list of literary issues addressed throughout completes the volume, along with phonetic transcriptions for entering-tone characters, which appear in Tang and Song–regulated shi poems and lyric songs.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChichester
PublisherColumbia University Press
Number of pages212
ISBN (Print)9780231156585
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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CUI, J., & CAI, Z. (2012). How to read Chinese poetry. Workbook. Chichester: Columbia University Press.
CUI, Jie ; CAI, Zongqi. / How to read Chinese poetry. Workbook. Chichester : Columbia University Press, 2012. 212 p.
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