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Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition . Series: Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series (Book 60).

Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition and performance. Poetic competence is demonstrated in these narratives through a person's ability to influence the attitudes and behavior of others with poetic discourse. Such competence can be apprehended only in the context of a narrative.

HARVARD-YENCHING INSTITUTE MONOGRAPH SERIES (for a list of in-print titles, please visit the Harvard University Press . 60. G. Sanders, Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition (2006).

1. Albert Herrmann, Historical and Commercial Atlas of China (1935). 2. Gustav Ecke, The Twin Pagodas of Zayton: a study of later Buddhist sculpture in China (1935). 3. Walter Eugene Clark, Two Lamaistic Pantheons (vol. 1), (1937). 61. S. D. Carter, Householders: The Reizei Family in Japanese History (2007). 62. T. Miller, The Divine Nature of Power: Chinese Ritual Architecture at the Sacred Site of Jinci (2007).

Harvard-Yenching Institute . Volume 69, Number 1, June 2009.

Series: Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series This book tells the story of the development of poetic competence to uncover the complexity of the concept and to identify the sources an. .

Series: Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series. As traced in Words Well Put, the vision of poetic competence evolved for over a millennium from calculated performances of inherited words to sincere passionate outbursts to displays of verbal wit combining calculation with the appearance of spontaneity. This book tells the story of the development of poetic competence to uncover the complexity of the concept and to identify the sources and exemplars of that complexity. eISBN: 978-1-68417-044-9.

Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 60. Words Well Put. Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition. Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition and performance. Poetic competence is demonstrated in these narratives through a person’s ability to influence the attitudes and behavior of others with poetic discourse. Such competence can be apprehended only in the context of a narrative, which sets forth a representation of the conditions of a poem’s production, performance, and reception.

Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 94. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Asia Center, 2014. Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition. xiv, 363 pp. ISBN: 9780674417199 (cloth). Savage Exchange: Han Imperialism, Chinese Literary Style, and the Economic Imagination. Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 94. ISBN: 9780674417199 (cloth) Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition.

Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition and performance

Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition and performance. Poetic competence" is demonstrated in these narratives through a person's ability to influence the attitudes and behavior of others with poetic discourse.

Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition. Harvard University Asia Center, 2006. Anna M. Shields (a1).

The Harvard–Yenching Institute is an independent foundation dedicated to advancing higher education in Asia in the humanities and social sciences, with special attention to the study of Asian culture. It traditionally had close ties to Harvard University and the now-defunct Yenching University, and its offices are located on the Harvard campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but it is not part of Harvard.

As traced in Words Well Put, the vision of poetic competence evolved for over a millennium from calculated performances of inherited words to sincere passionate outbursts to displays of verbal wit combining calculation with the appearance of spontaneity. By the seventh century, calculation, passion, and wit had converged to produce a multivalent concept of competence as a repertoire of competencies to use as the occasion demanded.

Many poems in the Chinese tradition come to us embedded in narratives purporting to tell the circumstances of their composition and performance. "Poetic competence" is demonstrated in these narratives through a person's ability to influence the attitudes and behavior of others with poetic discourse. Such competence can be apprehended only in the context of a narrative, which sets forth a representation of the conditions of a poem's production, performance, and reception. These narratives are not so much faithful historical records as ideal accounts of the operation of poetry. Such stories both fulfill and deny wishes for poetry and for the self; it is these wishes that merit our careful attention.

As traced in Words Well Put, the vision of poetic competence evolved for over a millennium from calculated performances of inherited words to sincere passionate outbursts to displays of verbal wit combining calculation with the appearance of spontaneity. By the seventh century, calculation, passion, and wit had converged to produce a multivalent concept of competence as a repertoire of competencies to use as the occasion demanded. This book tells the story of the development of poetic competence to uncover the complexity of the concept and to identify the sources and exemplars of that complexity.