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Anthology of Chinese Literary Essays (Complete sample essays translated by Li-Chung Wang)

  1. Duke Zhuang Conquered Duan at Yan City

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  • The Exchange of Hostages between Chou and Cheng
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  • Stone Advised the King Not to Dote on Prince Jou
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  • Tsang Advised the King Not to Watch Fishing
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  • The King of Country Jeng Admonished His Defending Generals

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  • Duke Ai Criticized the King of Lu for Accept the Caldron of Kao
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  • Gui Cao's Opinion on War
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  • Gong Advised the King Not to Let Jinn's Troops Pass Through Their Territory
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  • The Response of General Yi to the King of Country Qin
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  • Eunuch P Went to See King Wen
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  • Zhi-tui Jie Did Not Ask for a Reward
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  • Uncle Jian Cried for Troups
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  • Premier L Gave an Ultimatum to the King of Qin
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  • Chih Refuted Chin's Blame
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  • Ch'i Asked to Pardon Hsiang
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  • Zi-chan Advised Xuan-zi Fan to Reduce Taxes
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  • Yen Did Not Die in Reaction to the King's Death
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  • Zi-chan Did Not Allow Inexperienced He Yin to Be a City Manager
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  • Duke Chao Advised Emperor Li to Allow Criticism
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  • Lee Corrected the King's Mistake by Cutting the Fishing Net
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  • Jiang Jing's Opinion about Work
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  • Shawn Congratulated Han on His Poverty
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  • Scholar Jaan's Opinion on Worshiping a Sea Gull
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  • Peace Negotiations between Private Citizens of Song and Chuu
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  • The Troops of Yu and Jin Destroyed Xia-yang City
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  • Su Attempted to Persuade the King of Ch'in to Adopt the Strategy of the East-West Alliance
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  • Cuo Si-Ma Argued for Attacking the State of Shu
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  • Xuan Feng As a House Guest of Prime Minister Meng-chang
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  • Hsin Chuang's Opinion on Favored But Disreputable Officials
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  • Because the King of Qin Lacked Virtue, Lu Did Not Agree That He Should Become the Emperor
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  • Yi Yue Replied to the King of Yen
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  • Si Li Asked the King to Abolish the Edict Requiring Foreigners to Leave
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  • Asking for Directions

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  • Yu Song Answered the King of Chu's Question

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  • Chung Kuan and Ying Yen

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  • Yuan Qu, the Father of Chinese Poetry

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  • Kun Chun-yu, a Humorist

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  • The Faults of the Qin Dynasty I
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  • The Strategy of National Security I
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  • Zou Wrote a Letter in Jail to King Liang-xiao
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  • Sy-Ma Warned King W about the Danger of Hunting
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  • Ling Li Replied to the Letter of Wu Su
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  • Prime Minister Zhu-Ge's Letter Written Before He Set Out on a Campaign I
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  • Prime Minister Zhu-Ge's Letter Written Before He Set Out on a Campaign II
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  • Ode to Mu-lan
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  • A Statement of Pliant Submitted to the Emperor
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  • Preface to the Collection of Poems at the Orchid Gazebo
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  • Northern Mountain's Rejection
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  • The Garden Party on a Spring Evening
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  • Lament for the Old Battlefield
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  • The Teacher's Theory
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  • Why We Attend School
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  • Advisor Cheng Yang
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  • The Follow-up Letter to the Prime Minister Nineteen Days After the First Letter
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  • The Follow-up Letter to the Prime Minister Twenty-nine Days After the Second Letter
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  • Letter to the Minister of Personnel
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  • Letter to Director Ch'en
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  • Advice to Jiao Meng
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  • Eulogy to My Nephew
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  • Offering to the Alligators
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  • The Epitaph on Zong-Yuan Liu's Tomb
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  • The Epitaph Honoring Ji Zi
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  • The Snake Catcher
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  • The Biography of an Architect
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  • Mayor Wei Built a New Tower Outside Yong-zhou City
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  • Congratulations on Can-yuan Wang's Home Catching Fire
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  • The Small Hill to the West of Lake G
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  • Ode to E-pang Palace
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  • The Hourglass Hall
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  • The Bamboo Towers on the Yellow Mountain Peak
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  • Epilogue to The Great Park in City L
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  • The Virtuous Cropland
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  • Establishing Schools in City Y
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  • Releasing Prisoners
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  • Preface to the Collection of Monk Bi-yan's Poems
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  • Preface to the Collection of Mei's Poems
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  • Farewell to Zhi Yang
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  • Preface to the Biography of the Actors in the Five Dynasties
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  • The Chamber For Colorful Clothing in Daylight
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  • The Gazebo of the Old Drunkard
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  • The Epitaph at Shuang-gang City

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  • Count Liang Zhang
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  • Yi Jia
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  • The Transcendental Stone Overlook
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  • The Mountains of Stone Chimes
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  • The Inscription on the Tablet at the Temple of Yu Han
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  • An Edited Collection of Lu's Advice A Gift to the Emperor
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  • Ode to the Red Wall II
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  • The Mansion of Three Pagoda Trees
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  • The Gazebo of Joy in Yellow City
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  • Epilogue of Records of the Inscriptions on Bronze and Stone
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  • Deep Contemplation
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  • The Tower that Honors the Six Classics
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  • Analysis of Sir Xin-ling's Rescue of the State of Zhao
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  • To Mr. Liu
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  • My Ambition Has Not Been Fulfilled
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    Links

    1. Samples of Chinese Music: <http://music.ibiblio.org/pub/multimedia/chinese-music/ >
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