The Book of Odes

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19:43 The Book of Odes Guo Feng- 12 Feudal kingdoms, mostly done by peasants, “national airs” Xiao ya- long poems about the origins of people, done by court poets, few  peasants, Big Rat, a poem done by peasants to show how they get no food Song- oldest poems, sung not read. Hymns Han Dynasty Sima Qian- 1 of 5 greatest writers in Chinese lit, model of prose writing His father was sima tan, he wrote the Shiji, Records of Historian” 13-14  volumes are being translated in English Golden Ages- Hand Dynasty, Emperor Wu was on the thrown for Sima Qia. Emperor Wu had an official adaption of Confucianism  Shiji Ben ji- basic analyst lays out key events Nianbiao- annual table or charts Zhi-monographs or essays about music Shi jia- genealogical households, most powerful families in china Liezhaun- classified biographies Fu- prosepoems new literature of han dynasty, direct description. Sixa xiangru- chief court poet to emperor wu, wrote shang-lin fu, about the 
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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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