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Wang An Shi

(ˈwæŋ ɑːn ˈʃɪ) or

Wang An-shih

n
(Biography) 1021–86, Chinese statesman and writer: remembered for his economic reforms, known as the New Policies (1069–76)
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The Late Poems of Wang An-shih (New Directions), translated from the Chinese by David Hinton
by Jonathan Pease, "From the Wellsweep to the Shallow Skiff: Life and Poetry of Wang An-shih (1021-1086)" (Ph.
Su Shi, "Memorial to Emperor Shen-tsung to the New Laws of Wang An-shih," in Meskill, ed.
Bol, "Government, Society, and State: On the Political Visions of Ssu-ma Kuang and Wang An-shih," in Robert Hymes and Conrad Schirokauer, eds.
Isaac of Syria, Ho-Shang Kung, Wu Ch'eng, and Wang An-Shih.