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- INTRODUCTION Plan and Problem
- of their style. In the broader sense all poetry written pre-1912, therefore written in the classical styles of yue fu, shi, gushi, jintishi and ci, is accepted as classical.
- Terri Toppler Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad – China 2007 Title of
- The Chinese character for poetry (shi) could be said to literally mean “the speech of the heart. Jintishi was a popular poetic form in Chinese classical poetry.
- 《東海中文學報》 第13期頁183-194 東海大學中文系2001年7月
- fam0us Taman p0et, Shi Qiongfang, (Qmg Dynasty) 18 the 0bject of this paper.
- DU MU : COMMENT RENDRE JUSTICE À L'HOMME ET À L
- deux poèmes anciens, « Du Qiu niang shi » et « Zhang. Haohao shi », où il .. C' est dans les formes nouvelles (jintishi) que Du Mu a le plus ..
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- Shi (poetry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jintishi (近體詩 "modern-form poetry"), or regulated verse developed from the 5th century onwards.
- Shi Poetry, flowers and Hummingbirds: an example of writing poems
- Books, Literature, and Writing · Poems and Poetry; Jintishi; Shi Poetry, flowers and.
- Jueju - A Style of Chinese Poetry - China culture
- This poem is called "Spring Lament" (春怨) and was written by Jin Changxu (金昌 绪).
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