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When I Find You Again, It Will Be in Mountains电子书

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作       者:Mike O'Connor

出  版  社:Wisdom Publications

出版时间:2015-12-01

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Chia Tao (779-843), an erstwhile Zen monk who became a poet during China's Tang dynasty, recorded the lives of the sages, masters, immortals, and hermits who helped establish the great spiritual tradition of Zen Buddhism in China. Presented in both the original Chinese and Mike O'Connor's beautifully crafted English translation, When I Find You Again, It Will Be in Mountains brings to life this preeminent poet and his glorious religious tradition, offering the fullest translation of Chia Tao's poems to date.
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Cover

Dedication

Title

Contents

Acknowledgments

Translator’s note

Introduction

Colors of Daybreak and Dusk (Book One)

Sent to Minister Ling-hu

Winter Night Farewell

Memento on the Departure of a Friend from Yeh, Last Day of the Second Moon

Morning Travel

Passing by a Mountain Village at Dusk

Overnight at a Mountain Monastery

Farewell to Monk Chih-hsing

Watching the Late Day Clear After Snowfall

At I-chou, Climbing the Tower of Lung-hsing Temple to View the High Northern Mountains

Seeking but Not Finding the Recluse

Written at the Dwelling of a Recluse

Abode of the Unplanned Effect

A Farewell to T’ien Cho on Retreat on Hua Mountain

Meng Jung, Gainfully Unemployed

While Traveling

Seeing Off Sub-Prefect Mu to Mei-chou

Spending the Night at a Villager’s Pavilion

Overnight in Ch’eng-hsiang Forest

Farewell to Master Tan Returning to Min

At Ni-yang Inn

Farewell to a Friend Leaving for the Frontier

Thinking of Retired Scholar Wu on the River

Happy that Official Yao Is Returning from Hang-chou

Late in the Day, Gazing Out from a River Pavilion

Auspicious Arrival of Yung T’ao

Seeing off the Monk Ts’ung-ch’ih Returning to the Capital

Response to Sub-Prefect Li K’uo of Hu County

Overnight at Hsuan-ch’uan Courier Station

Spring Travel

The Tiger Hears the Sutra (Book Two)

Ferrying Across the Dry Mulberry River

Taking Leave of a Buddhist Master, Departing China

Seeing Off Shen-miao, Buddhist Master

Seeing Off a Man of the Tao

Sent to a Hua Mountain Monk

For a Buddhist Monk

Seeing Off a Buddhist Monk Traveling to Heng Mountain

Sent to Monks Chen and K’ung at Lung-ch’ih Temple

Mourning the Death of Ch’an Master Po-yen

To Monk Shao-ming

Taoist Master in Mountains

At the Retreat of Monk Chu-ku

Mourning the Death of Ch’an Master Tsung-mi

Written at Li Ning’s Hermitage

Visiting with Buddhist Monk Wu-k’o at His Remote Dwelling

At Ch’ing-lung Temple, the Mirror Guest Room

Yuan-shang Autumn Residence

Passing By the Home of Scholar Yung

At Shang-ku, Seeing Off a Guest Traveling Rivers and Lakes

East Heights Residence, Happy for the Frequent Visits of T’ang Wen-ch’i

Getting Up Sick

Sent to Chang-sun Ch’i-ch’iao, a Mountain Friend

Sent to Monk Wu-k’o

Lamenting the Death of Meng Chiao

Lamenting the Death of Meng Tung-yeh

Autumn Dusk

Responding to Secretary Yao Ho

Written at Ch’ang-chiang

Rowing on Lake K’un-ming

One with the Snowy Night (Book Three)

Seeking Shih-weng Temple’s Highest Hermitage

At the Hua-shan Hermitage of Adept Ma Tai

Farewell to Scholar Keng

In Early Autumn, Sent to Ling-yin Temple on T’ien-chu Mountain, for Posting

Sending Off T’ang Huan, Returning to a Village on the Fu River

For Monk Hung-ch’uan

Winter Moon, Rain in Ch’ang-an, Watching the Chung-nan Mountains in Snow

Parting from a Friend Entering Shu

Farewell to Monk Ho-lan

Overnight at Monk Yun’s Room

Sent to Mo-kung on Pai-ko Peak

Seeing Off the Mountain Monk Ch’u, Returning to Japan

Thinking of a Friend Traveling to the Border

Seeing Off a Friend Traveling to Yueh

At Ch’ung-sheng Temple, Pin-kung’s Room

Rainy Night, Sent to Ma Tai

Farewell to a T’ien-t’ai Monk

Rainy Night with Li Hsuan, Recalling Huang Fu-Hsyn

Evening Gathering at the Residence of Yao Ho; K’o-kung Does Not Arrive

Sent to Secretary Ch’ang Wu-chu

Farewell to a Military Enlistee, on the Road

Seeing Off Buddhist Master Hsia-yun of Ts’e-en Temple to an Audience with Minister of Public Works Li, at T’ai-yuan, Capital of Shansi

Overnight at Ch’ing-yeh Temple with Li K’uo, Former Hu District Sub-Prefect

For Li of Chin-chou

Travel Stop on the Han River

Winter Night

Seeing Off Ch’an Master Hui-ya Returning to Jade Springs

Overnight Stay with K’o-kung

Farewell to Monk Wu-k’o

Poem Just Jotted Down

Short Glossary of Recurring Words and Symbols

Notes to the Poems

Bibliography

List of Illustrations

Biographical Notes

Also by Mike O’Connor from Wisdom Publications

About Wisdom Publications

Copyright

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