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Robert Ashmore is Associate Professor of Chinese Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Series: Harvard East Asian Monographs (Book 327).

Robert Ashmore is Associate Professor of Chinese Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Hardcover: 275 pages. Publisher: Harvard University Asia Center (November 30, 2010). ISBN-13: 978-0674053212. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

Download full-text PDF. The Transport of Reading: Text and . well as for the manner in which he wanted to be read Ashmore. The Transport of Reading: Text and Understanding in the World of Tao Qian (365–427). Harvard University Asia Center, 2010. well as for the manner in which he wanted to be read. The book does so with a sovereign. dismissal of the historically ungrounded doxography with its schools of Confucianists, Taoists, Neotaoists, Buddhists, and so forth. In a second step, it moves from the text to. the author. context is itself historical, and consciously so. The time when sage kings ruled the.

Ashmore narrows his focus to Tao Qian’s reading of the Analects and his use of this classic to create his poetic voice

Ashmore narrows his focus to Tao Qian’s reading of the Analects and his use of this classic to create his poetic voice.

Harvard East Asian Monographs 327. The Transport of Reading. For centuries, readers of Tao Qian have felt directly addressed by his poetic voice. Text and Understanding in the World of Tao Qian (365–427). This theme in the reception of Tao Qian, moreover, developed alongside an assumption that Tao was fundamentally misunderstood during his own age. This book revisits Tao’s approach to his readers by attempting to situate it within the particular poetics of address that characterized the Six Dynasties classicist tradition. How would Tao Qian have anticipated that his readers would understand him?

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Series: Harvard East Asian Monographs. The preceding chapters are an attempt to complicate our reading of Tao Qian by reflecting on how contemporary conceptions of reading and understanding, along with related ways of thinking and writing about eremitic withdrawal, might have shaped his writing and its early reception.

The Transport of Reading book Hardcover, 345 pages. Published January 1st 2011 by Harvard University Press.

The Transport of Reading book. This book revisits Tao's approach to his readers by attempting to situate it within the particular poetics of address that characterized the Six For centuries, readers of Tao Qian have felt directly addressed by his poetic voice. Hardcover, 345 pages.

Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. RIS. Rouzer, P. F. (2012).

This book uses questions concerning address and understanding in Tao Qian's poetry as a lens through which to explore both the poet and the cultures of reading and . Harvard East Asian Monographs (Hardcover).

This book uses questions concerning address and understanding in Tao Qian's poetry as a lens through which to explore both the poet and the cultures of reading and interpretation of the Six Dynasties classicist tradition"-Provided by publisher.

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For centuries, readers of Tao Qian have felt directly addressed by his poetic voice. This theme in the reception of Tao Qian, moreover, developed alongside an assumption that Tao was fundamentally misunderstood during his own age. This book revisits Tao's approach to his readers by attempting to situate it within the particular poetics of address that characterized the Six Dynasties classicist tradition. How would Tao Qian have anticipated that his readers would understand him? No definitive answer is knowable, but this direction of inquiry suggests closer examination of the cultures of reading and understanding of his period. From this inquiry, two interrelated groups of problems emerge as particularly pressing both for Tao Qian and for his contemporaries: first, problems relating to understanding authoritative texts, centered on the relation between meanings and the outward "traces" of those meanings' expression; second, problems relating to understanding human character, centered on the unworldly scholar―the emblematic figure for the set of values often termed "eremitic."