The Selected Poems of Du Fu

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The Selected Poems of Du Fu
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Chronology vi
  • The Selected Poems of Du Fu *
  • Introduction xi
  • Evening Banquet at Mr. Zuo's Villa 1
  • Officer Fang's Barbarian Steed 2
  • The Painted Hawk 3
  • On a Spring Day Thinking of Li Bai 4
  • Twenty-Two - Rhymes Presented to Assistant Secretary of the Left Wei 5
  • Ballad of the War Wagons 8
  • On the Border First Series, Nine Poems 10
  • Accompanying Mr. Zheng of the Broad Learning Academy on an Outing to General He's Mountain Villa - Ten Poems 15
  • Ballad of the Beautiful Ladies 17
  • Drunken Song (Written for Zheng Qian, Doctor of the Broad Learning Academy) 19
  • Lamenting Fall Rains Three Poems 22
  • Ballad of Pengya 24
  • Pitying the Prince 26
  • Moonlight Night 28
  • Facing Snow 29
  • Spring Prospect 30
  • Passing Zhaoling Again 31
  • Dayun Temple, Abbot Zan's Room - Four Poems 32
  • Thinking of My Little Boy 37
  • A Letter from Home 38
  • Jade Flower Palace 40
  • Qiang Village - Three Poems 41
  • Spring Night's Stay in the Left Office 44
  • The Man with No Family to Take Leave of 45
  • An Old One Takes His Leave 47
  • Presented to GAO Shiyan 49
  • The Official of Stone Moat 50
  • Presented to Wei BA, Gentleman in Retirement 51
  • Lovely Lady 52
  • Qinzhou - Twenty Miscellaneous Poems 53
  • New Moon 58
  • The Cricket 59
  • View over the Plain 60
  • Off on a Long Journey 61
  • Empty Moneybag 62
  • Staying Overnight in Abbot Zan's Rooms 63
  • On a Moonlit Night, Thinking of My Younger Brothers 64
  • Taking Leave of Abbot Zan 65
  • Leaving Qinzhou 67
  • Red Valley 69
  • Seven - Songs Written during the Qianyuan Era (758;60) While Staying at Tonggu District 70
  • Dreaming of Li Bai 77
  • Departing Tonggu District 78
  • Moving in 80
  • River Village 81
  • Old Country Fellow 82
  • Hating Separation 83
  • A Guest Arrives 84
  • Spring Night, Delighting in Rain 85
  • Jueju Composed at Random Nine Poems 86
  • Visiting Xiujue Temple 92
  • Second Visit 93
  • On the Spur of the Moment 94
  • River Pavilion 95
  • Song: How My Thatch Roof Was Blown Away by Autumn Winds 96
  • Meetingplace of a Hundred Woes: A Ballad 98
  • Journeyer's Pavilion 99
  • Crossing Guanglu Pass 100
  • Visiting the Temple of Abbot Wen 101
  • Distant View of the Temple on Ox Head 103
  • On Hearing That Government Forces Have Recovered Henan and Hebei 104
  • Letting the Boat Drift 105
  • Ascending the Tower 106
  • Jueju - Four Poems 107
  • Broken Boat 108
  • Recalling the Past 109
  • Two - Jueju 111
  • Restless Night 113
  • Night Duty at the Government Office 114
  • Sitting Alone 115
  • Spring Day, River Village 116
  • Leaving Shu 117
  • A Traveler at Night Writes His Thoughts 118
  • On the Spur of the Moment 119
  • Ballad of the Firewood Vendors 120
  • On the River 122
  • Late Sunshine 123
  • Midnight 124
  • They Say You'Re Staying in a Mountain Temple 125
  • Night 126
  • Zongwu's Birthday 128
  • Autumn Meditations - Eight Poems 129
  • Dispelling Gloom 142
  • Drunk, I Fell off My Horse; Friends Came to See Me, Bringing Wine 143
  • Ninth Day - Five Poems 145
  • Climbing to a High Place 146
  • Night in My Lodge 147
  • Lone Wild Goose 148
  • White-Little 149
  • Autumn Fields - Five Poems 150
  • Grieving Again - Twelve Poems 153
  • Close of Day 154
  • Another Poem for Wu Lang 155
  • Returning to East Camp after Staying for a Time at White Emperor 156
  • Visiting the Chan Master of Zhendi Temple 157
  • Climbing Yueyang Tower 158
  • Yangzi and Han 159
  • On Meeting Li Guinian in the Region South of the Yangzi 160
  • Little Cold Food, Written aboard the Boat 161
  • Selected Bibliography 163
  • Translations from the Asian Classics 165
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