About the electronic version
Tang Shi San Bai Shou300 Tang PoemsHeng-t'ang-t'ui-Shih, 618-907English translations are primarily from Witter Bynner's Jade mountain. Translations of poems 001, 003, 039, 040, 042, 083 and 084 are from 300 Tang Poems of Commercial Press. Translations of poems 190, 191, 193 are from "Perspectives on the Tang" edited by Arthur Wright and Denis Twitchett, published by Yale University Press, 1973.
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Creation of machine-readable version: Xuezhi Guo. Chung-ming Lung.
Conversion to TEI.P3-conformant markup: University of Virginia Electronic Text Center. University of Virginia Alderman Library Humanities Services.
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URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/chinese/1997 The Chinese version of this Tang Shi is edited by UVa based on Mr. Wei-chang Shan's electronic version.
About the print versionThe Jade MountainTranslator Witter Bynner.
1920 Reprinted with permission of the Witter Bynner Foundation for Poetry.
About the print version300 Tang Poems : a new translationEditor Yuan-zhong Xu. Bei-yei Loh. Juntao Wu. Translator Various.
1987 Reproduced by permission of the Commercial Press (Hong Kong) Limited from the publication of "300 Tang Poems : A New Translation"
About the print versionPerspectives on the TangEditor Arthur Wright. Denis Twitchett.
Yale University Press
1973 Reproduced with permission. Copyright 1973 by Yale University. All right reserved. This book may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, in any form (except by reviewers for the public press), without written permission from the publishers.