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Meng, Louis Liuxi

ISBN 10: 0739112570 ISBN 13: 9780739112571

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Louis Liuxi Meng

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About this Item: Lexington Books, United States, 2007. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book explores the development of Qu as a poet and examines her unique poetry with special attention to her dynamic interaction with her contemporaries. It concludes that Qu, driven by her instinct as a woman and the nature of writing as a social process, constantly sought connections with others to form literary networks. It was during the course of this interaction with others that Qu s poetic career blossomed. This book demonstrates how Qu, a fragile woman, used her awesome poetic power to simplify the complex family interactions and endeared herself to those close to her; how she became widely admired in her region and beyond; how she transformed her illness and mundane everyday life into aesthetic creations; and how she created close ties to all the people around her. This book also shows that Qu s poetry powerfully exposed a gentrywoman s domesticity to the world in every detail. Qu s intensity extended into her entire literary network, creating patterns that were rarely seen before and since. Honoring the female experience as the source of autonomous art, Qu was a revolutionary of women s literature and became a prominent representative of female writers who broadened Chinese poetry in many ways. Seller Inventory # AAC9780739112571

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Louis Liuxi Meng

Published by Lexington Books, United States (2007)

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About this Item: Lexington Books, United States, 2007. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book explores the development of Qu as a poet and examines her unique poetry with special attention to her dynamic interaction with her contemporaries. It concludes that Qu, driven by her instinct as a woman and the nature of writing as a social process, constantly sought connections with others to form literary networks. It was during the course of this interaction with others that Qu s poetic career blossomed. This book demonstrates how Qu, a fragile woman, used her awesome poetic power to simplify the complex family interactions and endeared herself to those close to her; how she became widely admired in her region and beyond; how she transformed her illness and mundane everyday life into aesthetic creations; and how she created close ties to all the people around her. This book also shows that Qu s poetry powerfully exposed a gentrywoman s domesticity to the world in every detail. Qu s intensity extended into her entire literary network, creating patterns that were rarely seen before and since. Honoring the female experience as the source of autonomous art, Qu was a revolutionary of women s literature and became a prominent representative of female writers who broadened Chinese poetry in many ways. Seller Inventory # AAC9780739112571

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Meng, Louis Liuxi

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Louis Liuxi Meng

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: New. Hardcover. This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 229 pages. 0.494. Seller Inventory # 9780739112571

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Louis Liuxi Meng

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About this Item: Lexington Books 2007-02-16, Lanham, 2007. hardback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 9780739112571

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Meng, Louis Liuxi

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About this Item: Lexington Books. Hardcover. Condition: New. 246 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 0.9in.This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book explores the development of Qu as a poet and examines her unique poetry with special attention to her dynamic interaction with her contemporaries. It concludes that Qu, driven by her instinct as a woman and the nature of writing as a social process, constantly sought connections with others to form literary networks. It was during the course of this interaction with others that Qus poetic career blossomed. This book demonstrates how Qu, a fragile woman, used her awesome poetic power to simplify the complex family interactions and endeared herself to those close to her; how she became widely admired in her region and beyond; how she transformed her illness and mundane everyday life into aesthetic creations; and how she created close ties to all the people around her. This book also shows that Qus poetry powerfully exposed a gentrywomans domesticity to the world in every detail. Qus intensity extended into her entire literary network, creating patterns that were rarely seen before and since. Honoring the female experience as the source of autonomous art, Qu was a revolutionary of womens literature and became a prominent representative of female writers who broadened Chinese poetry in many ways. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9780739112571

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About this Item: Lexington Books, United States, 2007. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book explores the development of Qu as a poet and examines her unique poetry with special attention to her dynamic interaction with her contemporaries. It concludes that Qu, driven by her instinct as a woman and the nature of writing as a social process, constantly sought connections with others to form literary networks. It was during the course of this interaction with others that Qu s poetic career blossomed. This book demonstrates how Qu, a fragile woman, used her awesome poetic power to simplify the complex family interactions and endeared herself to those close to her; how she became widely admired in her region and beyond; how she transformed her illness and mundane everyday life into aesthetic creations; and how she created close ties to all the people around her. This book also shows that Qu s poetry powerfully exposed a gentrywoman s domesticity to the world in every detail. Qu s intensity extended into her entire literary network, creating patterns that were rarely seen before and since. Honoring the female experience as the source of autonomous art, Qu was a revolutionary of women s literature and became a prominent representative of female writers who broadened Chinese poetry in many ways. Seller Inventory # BTE9780739112571

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: New. Hardcover. This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan M.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 229 pages. 0.494. Seller Inventory # 9780739112571

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