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16:49 10/12 Chinese Lit Early Tang     High Tang     Jong Tang     Late Tang     Mid-Tang Dynasty     Tang was an expansionist empire Ainu of Japan, minority who associates with Taiwan over Japan Po Chu i (772-846) Japanese Poetry is fully emerging, earliest histories of Japan are being  written, which are written in Chinese in Japan. Will become single most famous Chinese writer in japan. He creates the new music bureau poems Japanese are absorbing a tremendous amount of literature knowledge Jung Shin- a mid-point renaissance a rebirth, during middle of century. Woodblock printing, invented in china, in the late 8
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Unformatted text preview: th or early 9 th century Zhang Ji- an eldest, he was 6 years older then Po Chu i • Echos wei kaizhou • Pg. 53 Song of the old farmer Ike Taiga (1723-1776) • Calligraphy artist Yuan Zhen- Story that’s transmits, the first artistic fiction in the history of Chinese literature • Xing jian-The story of Li Wa, goes to the capitol to take civil service examination, fell in love with girl in first site, not realizing she is a highly priced prostitute. Pg #16 studying immortality 16:49 16:49...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course CHIN 3111 taught by Professor Chaves during the Spring '10 term at GWU.

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