Oct.13-15 - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Oct. 13-15, 2010...

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Oct. 13-15, 2010 1. Qū Yuán h    (fl. c. 300 BCE) 2. “Lí Sāo” h  “ Encountering Sorrow” (Qū Yuán’s autobiographical complaint) 3. Ch Cí ǔ ǐ    Songs of Chŭ (China’s second oldest surviving poetry collection, after Shījīng ; contains “Lí Sāo”) 4. “All the world is muddy and I alone am pure; all humanity is drunk and I alone am sober; and it is due to this that I suffered banishment!” 5. yóu xiá h (knight errant, wandering swashbuckler) 6. yì bú dì Qín (“to refuse on principle to recognize Qín as emperor”: to refuse to bow to superior might) 7. L ǔ Zhònglián h 8. Hán Dān h (the capital of Zhào h) 9. Jìn B ǐ h (a Wèy general.) 10. Qín Zhāoxiāng Wáng h King Zhāoxiāng of Qín (r. 306–252 BCE) 11. Wáng Hé h (Qín commander-in-chief) 12. Yè Xià h (place-name) 13. Chūnshēn Jūn ’
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