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毛澤東;Mao, Zedong; Huang, Wen.

Poems of Mao Tse-Tung

Poems of Mao Tse-Tung

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Hong Kong: Eastern Horizon Press, 1966. First ed. thus (presumed; no prior printings of this ed. indicated). xiv, 95 pages: folded facsimiles (6 pages), portrait; 23 cm. Chinese and English. About near fine, with a few minor flaws, in a very good(-) jacket with light rubbing and small closed edge-tear, in archival mylar. Hardcover.

Chinese and English. Folding illus of Mao's calligraphy. ¶ "Mao Zedong (1893-1976), the founding leader of the People's Republic of China, was not only a political figure but also a prolific writer and poet. His poetry, deeply rooted in the classical Chinese tradition, is an integral part of his legacy. Mao's poetry is characterized by its use of traditional Chinese verse forms and its integration of political and philosophical themes. His poems often reflect on the natural world, historical events, and his own personal experiences, all imbued with a revolutionary spirit. Notable works include "Changsha," "The Long March," and "Snow," among others. Critics have noted that Mao's poetry is marked by a strong sense of rhythm and a skillful use of imagery. His poems often employ the language and symbolism of classical Chinese literature, while also incorporating modern themes and perspectives. This blend of old and new is seen as a reflection of Mao's broader political and ideological project, which sought to transform China by drawing on both its historical legacy and revolutionary Marxism." —LitBotX ¶ Poetry -- Chinese -- 20th century -- English -- Texts. Chinese poetry. Chinese poetry Class Descriptors: LC: PL2785.O3; M36.T; 1966; P63; 1.1; Dewey: 895.115; NLC: PL2785.O3A235 Responsibility: translated and annotated by Wong Man.

毛澤東, 1893-1976. Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976. Huang, Wen.

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