CANTO LIII REFERENCES

 

599px Fuxi Qiu Ying painting

 

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

  1. Wellen, Paul. “Analytic Dictionary of Pound’s Chinese Characters.” Paideuma 25.3 (Winter 1996): 59-100.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS

  1. Anon. Book of Songs. Translated by A. Waley.
  2. Fang, Achilles. “Materials for the Study of Pound’s Cantos.” 4 vols. Diss. Harvard U, 1958. Vol I: 84-106.
  3. Legge, James. The Chinese Classics. Hong Kong and London: Trübner, 1861. Vol III: the Shu King. [Book of Documents]. Internet Archive.
  4. Moody, David A. Ezra Pound: Poet. A Portrait of the Man and His Work. II: The Epic Years 1921-1939. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. 274-8.
  5. Nolde, John. “Canto LIII.” In Blossoms from the East. The China Cantos of Ezra Pound. Orono: National Poetry Foundation 1983. 29-95.
  6. Shaughnessy, Edward L. “Western Zhou History”. The Cambridge History of Ancient China. From the Origins of Civilization to 221 BC. Eds. Michael Loewe and Edward L. Shaughnessy. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1919. 292-351.
  7. Terrell, Carroll F. “Canto LIII.” Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound.” Berkeley: U of California P., 1980. I: 202-13.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Emperor Shun.” Statue at the Shun Mausoleum in Yuncheng, Shanxi, China. trip.com.
  2. “Syrinx.” Illustration of the Chinese instrument in De Mailla, Histoire I: 24.
  3. “The sphere of Shun.” Book illustration in De Mailla, Histoire I: 79.
  4. “The Temple to Huang Di” (Zuanyuan). Wikimedia Commons
  5. DuBose, Hampden C. “Suiren, the fire driller.” Illustration from The Dragon, Image and Demon, or, The Three Religions of China, 1886. Wikimedia Commons
  6. Guo Xu (1456-1529). Shennong as he chews a branch. Album leaf, ink on paper, 1503. Shanghai Museum.Wikimedia Commons
  7. Guo Xu. Fuxi looking at the trigram that he has drawn. Album leaf, ink on paper, 1503. Shanghai Museum. Wikimedia Commons
  8. Ma Lin. Emperor Yao. Painting on silk, hanging scroll, 13th century. Taipei: National Palace Museum.Wikimedia Commons.
  9. Qiu Ying. Emperor Fuxi. Album leaf, ink and colours on silk, 16th century. Taipei: National Palace Museum. 
  10. Yu Gong. Map of the Nine Provinces. Wikipedia.