The Subtle Revolution: Poets of the "Old Schools" during Late Qing and Early Republican China

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Index
Boldface indicates principal treatment of a subject.
Ahmad, Aijaz, 245
Ah Su, on the poetry of Fan Zengxiang, 83–84
Ai lian shuo [On love of the lotus], 25
allusion, use of, 133–134, 203
America: Ezra Pound on, 222; Gertrude Stein on, 244; literature of, 18
An Lushan rebellion, 136 n.285
An Shouzhong, 136 n.285
ancient-style verse: 18, 23, 25, 35, 69, 74, 78, 79, 129, 137, 157, 219 n.216; definition of, 13–14 n.28, 221 n.226. See also classical-style Chinese poetry; heptasyllabic ancient-style verse; heptasyllabic quatrains
Anglo-French expedition, 49 n.90, 54 n.127, 55 n.131, 55 n.137, 57 n.149, 59 n.157
Annals of the Three Kingdoms, 117 n.209
Annals of the Warring States, 135 n.276, 188 n.116
antithesis, use of (duizhang), 72, 94, 127, 132, 133
Arnold, Matthew, 191
Bai Juyi: 19, 25 n.15, 74, 79, 81, 156, 163 n.31, 177 n.81, 178; and Fan Zengxiang, 100 n.105, 109 n.163, 109 n.164, 109 n.165, 120 n.224, 120 n.227, 122; influence on Wang Kaiyun, 35
Baixiang. See Deng Fulun
Baixiangting shiji [A collection of verse from White-Fragrance Pavilion] (Deng Fulun), 23
Bao Mingyuan, 64
Bao Ting, 72
Bao Zhao, 64 n.176
Baudelaire: compared to Chen Sanli, 201
Beckett, Samuel, 203
Bian Gong, 11 n.21 Bianyalou sanshi nian shi zheng [A compilation of poetry over the last thirty years from the Tower of the Transformations of Elegance] (Gao Xu), 4
Boxer Protocol, 118, 177 n.77, 177 n.80
Boxers, 93, 110 n.167, 110 n.172, 110 n.173, 110 n.175, 110 n.176, 111, 171, 177 n.79, 178, 179, 211, 226, 240
Boyan, 194, 197. See also Chen Sanli
Brady, Matthew, 102 n.113
Brandes, Georg, 2
Brookes, Cleanth, 207
Cai E, 239 n.16
Caiyun qu [Song of Rainbow Cloud], 92–128

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The Subtle Revolution: Poets of the "Old Schools" during Late Qing and Early Republican China
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - Wang Kaiyun, Deng Fulun, and the "Neo-Ancient" School 22
  • Chapter Two - Fan Zengxiang and Yi Shunding- Late-Qing Allusionists 71
  • Chapter Three - Chen Yan, Chen Sanli, Zheng Xiaoxu, and the "Tong-Guang Style" 153
  • Conclusions 232
  • Chinese Texts 246
  • Glossary of Chinese Terms 265
  • Selected Bibliography 269
  • Index 282
  • Institute of East Asian Studies Publications Series 304
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