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Yuan Mei

The Arth Estate

Yuan Mei

Eighteenth Century Chinese Poet

by The Arth Estate

  • 95 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry & poets: 16th to 18th centuries,
  • Literary Collections,
  • Chinese,
  • Literature: Classics,
  • Literary Collections / Asian,
  • Asian,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9508760M
    ISBN 100415361826
    ISBN 109780415361828

    First published in Arthur Waley here presents an engrossing account of the works and life of Yuan Mei (), the best-known poet of his time. Gaiety is the keynote of his works and the poet was a friend of the Manchu official with whom.   This book focuses on a prominent female poet of eighteenth century China, Qu Bingyun. Qu was a leader of a famous group of female poets known as the Female Disciples of Yuan Mei. This book explores the development of Qu as a poet and examines her Author: Louis Liuxi Meng.

    About this Item: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Includes numerous translations of Yuan Mei's verse and prose. Book: a very good tight copy,some light shelf wear to top page edges. This article is a study of the writings on food, cooking, and dining by the eighteenth-century poet, essayist, and gourmet Yuan Mei () as found in his recipe book Suiyuan shidan.

    The Way of Eating: Yuan Mei's Manual of Gastronomy (Suiyuan Shidan) is the first English translation of the classic 18th-century treatise and cookbook by the Qing dynasty poet Yuan Mei, introducing Chinese culinary philosophy as well as its best-known dishes. Translation by Sean J.S. Chen; foreword by Nicole Mones. English edition, pages.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Yuan Mei: eighteenth century Chinese poet. by Arthur Waley; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Chinese Poets, Modern Civilization, Biography; People: Mei Yüan (), Mei Yuan, Mei Yuan (); Times: Chʻing.


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Gaiety is the keynote of his works and the poet was a friend of the Manchu Yuan Mei book with whom Commodore Anson had dramatic dealings at Canton in /5.

Yuan Mei gives an account (not previously translated) of Anson's interview with the Manchu authorities. The book contains many translations of Yuan Mei's verse and prose. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet Manufacturer: George Allen & Unwin. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Yuan Mei has 15 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Yuan Mei’s most popular book is Censored by Confucius: Ghost Stories by Yuan Mei. Gaiety is the keynote of his works and the poet was a friend of the Manchu official with whom Commodore Anson had dramatic dealings at Canton in Yuan Mei gives an account (not previously translated) of Anson's interview with the Manchu authorities.

The book contains many translations of Yuan Mei's verse and by: In Yuan Mei’s book, Yuan Mei book normally refers to a still (noncarbonated) ale made from rice or millet, but in Qing times there were many other jiu, ranging from true wine (from grapes) to a very wide variety of distilled liquors.

Yuan does refer to these occasionally; unless otherwise noted, though, “liquor” was a still ale. The Way of Eating: Yuan Mei`s Manual of Gastronomy is, remarkably, the first English edition of one of the world's most famous books about food.

The Way of Eating is a treatise and a cookbook, written in the late eighteenth century by the Qing dynasty poet Yuan Rating: % positive. Yuan Mei () was without question the finest poet in the final thousand years of the classical Chinese tradition.

A man of great ambition, he let failure in political life bring him wisdom rather than bitterness, and perhaps to spite his Manchu “masters” he lived a conspicuously unconventional life, mocking Chinese collaborators and the Manchus themselves with his “life-style.

Recipes from the Garden of Contentment: Yuan Mei`s Manual of Gastronomy (Suiyuan Shidan) is the first English translation of the classic 18th-century treatise and cookbook by the Qing dynasty poet Yuan Mei, introducing Chinese culinary philosophy as well as its best-known ation by Sean J.

Chen; foreword by Nicole Mones. Bilingual edition, pages. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Yuan Mei books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

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Online Books by. Mei Yuan (Yuan, Mei, ) Books from the extended shelves: Yuan, Mei, 隨園詩話 (in Chinese) (Gutenberg ebook) Yuan, Mei, 續子不語 (in Chinese) (Gutenberg ebook) Yuan, Mei, 子不語 (in Chinese) (Gutenberg ebook) Yuan, Mei, Bu jiao Yuan wen qian zheng.

(()), ed. by Wenyu Shi (page images at. Inthree years before his death, Yuan Mei published his now-famous book, Sui-yuan Shi-tan.

This book's title is translated as Sui-Yuan's Menus and sometimes people translate it as Sui-tan's (or Sui-Yuan's) Garden.

In China, this three hundred sixty-two recipe book is still popular and praised. It reflects well-known dishes of its time. Chinese cuisine claims an important position in Chinese cultural tradition, and the everyday cuisine and dining became a frequent topic in literati prose in late imperial China.

This paper is a study of the miscellaneous writings on cooking and dining by the eighteenth-century poet, poetry critic, essayist, and gourmet Yuan Mei (), with an emphasis on his recipe book Suiyuan shidan Author: Yan Liang.

Yuan Mei was born in Hangchow, Chekiang during the Qing dynasty. As a boy, he was a talented student who earned his basic degree at the age of eleven. He received the highest academic degree at 23 and then went on to advanced studies.

But Yuan Mei failed in his studies of the Manchu language, which limited his future government career. First published in Arthur Waley here presents an engrossing account of the works and life of Yuan Mei (), the best-known poet of his time.

Gaiety is the keynote of his works and the poet was a friend of the Manchu official with whom Commodore Anson had dramatic dealings at Canton in Yuan Mei gives an account (not previously translated) of Anson's interview with the Manchu.

The Suiyuan Shidan (simplified Chinese: 随园食单; traditional Chinese: 隨園食單) is a work on cooking and gastronomy written by the Qing dynasty poet and scholar Yuan Mei, known in English as either the Recipes from the Garden of Contentment, Food Lists of the Garden of Contentment, Menus from the Garden of Contentment, or Recipes from Sui Garden.

Read this book on Questia. "The one hundred-some stories depict the important role ghosts played in the lives of the Chinese, as well as revealing a great deal about sex, revenge, transvestism, corruption, and other topics banned by Mei's puritanical mid-Qing society".

This is the first complete study of China's most popular eighteenth-century poet in any Western language. The work consists of a detailed biography, a study of Yuan's revolutionary reinterpretation of Chinese literary theory, and an analysis of his many contributions to the more original genres of Qing-dynasty () poetry such as narrative, historical, didactic, eccentric, and Cited by: The Way of Eating: Yuan Mei's Manual of Gastronomy (Suiyuan Shidan) is the first English translation of the classic 18th-century treatise and cookbook by the Qing dynasty poet Yuan Mei, introducing Chinese culinary philosophy as well as its best-known ation by Sean J.

Chen; foreword by Nicole Mones. English edition, pages. Yuan Mei: | | ||| | Yuan Mei | | | | |Yuan Mei World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.First published in Arthur Waley here presents an engrossing account of the works and life of Yuan Mei (), the best-known poet of his time.

Gaiety is the keynote of his works and the poet was a friend of the Manchu official with whom Commodore Anson had dramatic dealings at.Yuan, Mei,creator Xiao cang shan fang, kan. 袁枚, 小倉山房, 刊. Creation Date: Qing Qianlong 57 [] 清乾隆57 [] Place Of Origin: China [China] [China]: Publisher: Xiao cang shan fang 小倉山房, Extent: 2 v.

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