1 edition of Abiding with antiquity found in the catalog.
Abiding with antiquity
Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-196).
|Other titles||Translations from the Yu-ku-chai-ch"in-pu ch"in handbook by Chu Feng-chieh :, On ch"in zither construction, accouterments, and fingering, Ch"in zither construction, accouterments, and fingering|
|Statement||translator, James Binkley|
|LC Classifications||MT654.C5 Z48713 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2011562599|
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The thing I have enjoyed the most about this book is that I can read it quite happily nonetheless. Binkley's translation of Abiding With Antiquity is a fascinating window into an earlier time and an arcane Chinese art on which he is a Western expert.
Highly s: 5. The original title for the book was the Yuguzhai Qinpu (Abiding With Antiquity) and its author was named Zhu Fengjie. Later much of the original content was republished in Shanghai as the Qinxuerumen (Introduction to the Guqin), which was a very popular late Qing dynasty Guqin book. The thing I have enjoyed the most about this book is that I can read it quite happily nonetheless.
Binkley's translation of Abiding With Antiquity is a fascinating window into an earlier time and an arcane Chinese art on which he is a Western expert.
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Victorian Culture and Classical Antiquity is a brilliant exploration of how the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome influenced Victorian culture. Through Victorian art, opera, and novels, Simon Goldhill examines how sexuality and desire, the politics of culture, and the role of religion in society were considered and debated through the Victorian.
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He shows how creative writers developed the lives of popular heroes like Homer, Aesop and Alexander and how the Christian gospels grew from bare sayings to full lives. The ﬁrst edition of this book came out inas a companion and a supplement to the overview of ancient Greek history included in the Per-seus Project.
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This shared religious culture drew Christians, Jews, and later Muslims together on a daily basis as the communities lived side-by-side, but also caused. The novel explores his interaction with—and the eventual transformation of—Earth culture.
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This is a scholarly book, but one with some bite to its central thesis. ancient Greeks were quite ready to designate some as friends in a narrower sense corresponding more closely to that “abiding image” of. THE ABIDING PRESENCE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT.
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The manor-house of Ferndean was a building of considerable antiquity, moderate size, and no architectural pretensions, deep buried in a wood. (Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë) The large front chambers I thought especially grand: and some of the third-storey rooms, though dark and low, were interesting from their air of antiquity.In order to make a guqin I would suggest that you read my translation "Abiding with Antiquity" which has one volume on guqin making a la in Fujian province in China.
It's a translation from Classical Chinese. You can find it on Amazon here: Abiding With Antiquity. Of course this isn't a modern explanation and in fact I think the overview.