Du Fu


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Du Fu

(ˈduː ˈfuː) or

Tu Fu

n
(Biography) 712–770 ad, Chinese poet of the Tang dynasty
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Du Fu here is commenting on Li Bo's situation after he was sentenced to exile in Yelang.
But Du Fu was one of the first to nativize, or domesticate, the form and write in it for local and historical topics, such as this poem's mourning over bodies politic and physical in deterioration (though canonized as of a generation after his death, he was not highly regarded as a poet while alive; perhaps this is part of the reason why).
Curiously, certain aspects related to "misreading" in cross-cultural communication can be found in "Remembering Li Po on a Spring Day" by Du Fu, one of Owen's objects of study:
The "Ballad of the Stone Rhinoceros" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) by Du Fu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (712-770) takes as its topic the statues erected by Li Bing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (third C.
During his stay in Chengdu, Cameron also visited the "Thatched Cottage" of Du Fu, a famous Chinese poet of the Tang Dynasty (618-907), and had a meal at a local hot pot restaurant.
Du Fu, a very famous poet of Tang Dynasty, so said of its climate, "When it is scorching hot everywhere in the Five Ridges, only Guilin has temperate weather.
His latest recording is "Poems of Du Fu" in which he reads is original translations of the great Chinese poet Du Fu.
Poems by China's greatest and most well loved poet Du Fu (712-770) are accessible today through Vikram Seth's moving translations.
With equal passion, Du Fu said he hoped he could read Buddhism scriptures in Sanskrit to see how the belief system influenced Chinese culture.
He spent six weeks in Chengdu, in south-west China, working with local musicians and looking for inspiration at the Wuhou Temple, Kuaizhai Valley, Du Fu Thatched Cottage, Sichuan Opera and even the Chengdu Panda Base.
I am keen on Tang poems and like Li Bai, Su Dongpo, Du Fu and painter Zhang Daqian.
David McMullen, "Recollection without Tranquility: Du Fu, the Imperial Gardens and the State," Asia Major 3rd ser.