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The Chan Interpretations of Wang Wei's Poetry
作者 YANG Jingqing
出版社 The Chinese University Press
ISBN 9789629962326
分類 Religion > Chinese Religion
價格 HK$330.00
 
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Wang Wei (698--759) is one of the greatest High Tang poets. His works are often claimed to take a Buddhist perspective, combining appreciation of the beauties of nature with awareness of sensory illusion, and thus rendering Wang widely known as "Poet Buddha."

The book is an original and ambitious attempt to criticize the prevalent assumptions about Chan Buddhist implications in Wang's nature poetry. The author weaves in information and perspectives from literal and historical sources, using them to examine Wang's ideology of reclusion, his associations with Buddhist monks, and his apprehension of Buddhism doctrines.

While researches on similar topics investigates how Wang might have intentionally imparted Chan significance into his poetry, this book shows concretely both why this is not so and how it lacks evidence.


About the Author:

Yang Jingqing received his Ph.D. from the University of Sydney. He is currently Lecturer in China Language and Culture at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia.


Abbreviations vii

List of Wang Wei's Works ix

Introduction 1

Engagement or Retreat-A Life of Dilemma 15

Early Official and Reclusive Experiences 16

735 to 756-An Official in "Reclusion" 36

The An Lushan Rebellion and Wang Wei's Last Few Years 48

Wang Wei's Reclusion 53

The Characteristics of Reclusion in Chinese Culture 56

Wang Wei's Model Recluses 59

Wang Wei's Favourite Role Model-Tao Yuanming 74

Activities in "Reclusion" 81

Buddhism and Wang Wei's Reclusion 86

Conclusion 94

Wang Wei's Religious Connections 97

The Chan School 101

Wang Wei's Mother Cui and His Younger Brother Wang Jin 105

Wang Wei's Associations with Buddhist Monks 108

Daoguang 108

Wengu 113

Shenhui 113

The Venerable Xuan and Yuanchong 116

Jingjue 117

Other Monks 118

Wang Wei's Associations with Daoists 122

Conclusion 124

Wang Wei's Buddhist Beliefs and Practice 127

AnExamination of Some Contemporary Chan Interpretations of Wang Wei's Nature Poetry 130

Emptiness 130

Jing [Characters not reproducible] (Quietude) 143

"Following Conditions and Yielding to Destiny" 149

Wang Wei's Buddhist Meditation 157

Conclusion 167

The Interpretation of Wang Wei's Poetry: A History 169

The Tang Period 170

The Song Period 185

The Ming and Qing Periods 196

Conclusion 208

Conclusion 209

Notes 215

Bibliography 257

Index 273


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