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עמוד lii - When sighs and exclamations are insufficient for them, recourse is had to the prolonged utterances of song. When those prolonged utterances of song are insufficient for them, unconsciously the hands begin to move and the feet to dance. The feelings go forth in sounds. When those sounds are artistically combined, we have what is called musical pieces. The style of such pieces in an age of good order is quiet, going on to be joyful; — the government is then a harmony. Their style in an age of disorder...
עמוד 110 - But my husband is away on service. How can I but keep thinking of him ? My husband is away on service, Not for days merely or for months. When will he come back to me ? The fowls roost on their perches ; And in the evening of the day, The goats and cows come down and home ; But my husband is away...
עמוד xlvi - ... and so come to a decision regarding the government and morals of their rulers. A student and translator of the odes has simply to allow them to speak for themselves, and has no more reason to be surprised by references to vice in some of them than by the language of virtue in many others. Confucius said, indeed, in his own enigmatical way, that the single sentence,
עמוד 97 - Ah! thou dove, Eat not its fruit [to excess] . Ah! thou young lady, Seek no licentious pleasure with a gentleman. When a gentleman indulges in such pleasure, Something may still be said for him; When a lady does so, Nothing can be said for her.
עמוד 72 - It floats abont, that boat of cypress wood, There in the middle of the Ho, With his two tufts of hair falling over his forehead, He was my mate, And I swear that till death I will have no other. O mother, O Heaven, Why will you not understand me...
עמוד 20 - She gathers the white southernwood, By the ponds, on the islets. She employs it, In the business of our prince. She gathers the white southernwood, Along the streams in the valleys. She employs it, In the temple 613 of our prince.
עמוד li - Choo He adds, that after the prefatory notices were published as a portion of the text, "they appeared as if they were the production of the poets themselves and the Odes seemed to be made from them as so many themes. Scholars handed down a faith in them from one to another, and no one ventured to express a doubt of their authority. The text was twisted and chiseled to bring it into accordance with them, and nobody would undertake to say plainly that they were the work of the scholars of the Han...
עמוד 102 - Who says that the Ho is wide? With (a bundle of) reeds I can cross it. Who says that Sung is distant? On tiptoe I can see it. Who says that the Ho is wide? It will not admit a little boat. Who says that Sung is distant? It would not take a whole morning to reach it. Professor Legge admits that what he has called "a bundle of reeds...
עמוד 59 - ... former dynasties; but the duties of the occasion devolved mainly on the princes of the same surname as the royal House. Libations of fragrant spirits were made, to attract the Spirits, and their presence was invoked by a functionary [the Invoker] who took his place inside the principal gate.