The Story of Han Xiangzi: The Alchemical Adventures of a Daoist Immortal

כריכה קדמית
University of Washington Press, 2007 - 508 עמודים
In this seventeenth-century Chinese novel, Han Xiangzi, best known as one of the Eight Immortals, seeks and achieves immortality and then devotes himself to converting his materialistic, politically ambitious Confucian uncle - Han Yu (a real historical figure) - to Daoism. Written in lively vernacular prose interspersed with poems and songs, the novel takes its readers over vast distances across China, to the heavens, and into the underworld. This is the first translation into any Western language. Yang Erzeng (fl. 1590–1602) was a writer and publisher from the city of Hangzhou in southeastern China.

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Preface
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Seeking Escape from Samsara the Crane Boy Is Reborn Discussing
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Han Yu Inscribes His Name on the Tiger Placard 1 Xiangzi Drinks
38
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מידע על המחבר (2007)

Yang Erzeng (fl. 1590-1602) was a writer and publisher from the city of Hangzhou in southeastern China. Philip Clart is associate professor of religious studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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