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Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 49 Issue 3. Ronald C. Egan: English Français. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.

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The book is a literary study of one of the greatest of Chinese writers, Ou-yang Hsiu. Ou-yang Hsiu's achievements in each genre are examined, and set in the context of his age. He was a major writer in each of several genres: prose, poetry, rhapsodies, and tz'u 'songs'. The striking diversity of his work presents an opportunity to investigate how one man's literary talent is manifested in different genres.

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The book is a literary study of one of the greatest of Chinese writers, Ou-yang Hsiu Original Title. The Literary Works of Ou-yang Hsui (1007-72) (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions). Ou-yang Hsiu's achievements in each genre are examined, The book is a literary study of one of the greatest of Chinese writers, Ou-yang Hsiu. 052125888X (ISBN13: 9780521258883).

Ronald Egan is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs . The Literary Works of Ou-yang Hsiu (1007-72) Egan, R. Cambridge University Press.

Northern Song Dynasty Literature The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature Egan, R. 2010; 1: 381-464.

Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institu The Literary Works of Ou-yang Hsui (1007-72).

Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institu. By (author) Jo-Shui Chen. This book is a comprehensive study of Liu Tsang-yuan (773-819), a major literary and intellectual figure in Chinese history. The major aspects of Liu's life and work are explored: the social and cultural background of his family, his relationship with the ku-wen prose reforms and new canonical scholarship in the mid-T'ang, his social and political criticism, his views on Confucian doctrine, and his sentiments and reflections regarding the private realm of human life. The Literary Works of Ou-yang Hsui (1007-72).

Ouyang led the commission compiling the New Book of Tang, which completed its work in 1060. The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature, Volume 2. p. 27. ISBN 978-0-521-85559-4.

u-yèuhng Sāu. Jyutping. Ouyang led the commission compiling the New Book of Tang, which completed its work in 1060. He wrote New History of the Five Dynasties on his own following his official service As a historian, he has been criticised as overly didactic, but he played an important role in establishing the use of epigraphy as a historiographic technique. Egan, Ronald C. (1984).

Cambridge University Press, 1984. 30. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies Cambridge University Press 0041-977X 1474-0699 1. 4.

The book is a literary study of one of the greatest of Chinese writers, Ou-yang Hsiu. He was a major writer in each of several genres: prose, poetry, rhapsodies, and tz'u 'songs'. The striking diversity of his work presents an opportunity to investigate how one man's literary talent is manifested in different genres. Ou-yang Hsiu's achievements in each genre are examined, and set in the context of his age. Topics include the broad shift between T'ang and Sung dynasty prose styles that Ou-yang Hsiu helped to effect, his contributions to the new poetic values of the Northern Sung, and his place in the evolution of Sung dynasty songs (together with a reconsideration of a group of supposedly spurious songs). An appendix provides additional translations of Ou-yang Hsiu's prose.