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Chinese Poet-Emperors

By: Bai, Hong Ai & Digby, John

Price: $17.50

Publisher: Oyster Bay, NY & Merrick, NY, The Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP007.1

ISBN: 0893045780

Condition: New


This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of poems by Chinese emperors written from 220 BCE till AD 1912. View more info

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Chinese Poet=Emperors

By: Bai, Hong Ai & Digby, John

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, NY & Merrick, NY, The Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP007.2

ISBN: 0893045438

Condition: New


This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of poems by Chinese emperors written from 220 BCE till AD 1912. View more info

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Sailing the Yangtze

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, New York, The Feral Press: 2014

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP009.1

Condition: New


This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) edition, of 10 poems written while the author sailed the Yangtze, translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai (aka Leslie Bai), published by The Feral Press of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. View more info

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Sailing the Yangtze

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Bai, Hong Ai, Chinese translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, The Feral Press: 2014

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP009.2

Condition: New


This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) edition, translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai, published by The Feral Press of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New Yok View more info

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No Cats on the Yangtze

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, New York, The Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP008.1

Condition: New


The poems in this collection are a selection from the 38 I wrote while my wife, Bebe, and I were on a 2001 Victo¬ria River Cruise down the Yangtze, before the Three Gorges project covered the thousands of ancient villages resulting from its construction. What I saw and felt, particularly the encounters with the people of China, with a sense that I was traveling not just through a country but through Asian history in its many stages, I wrote about each day in my journal.... View more info

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No Cats on the Yangtze

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, New York, The Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP008.2

Condition: New


The poems in this collection are a selection from the 38 I wrote while my wife, Bebe, and I were on a 2001 Victo¬ria River Cruise down the Yangtze, before the Three Gorges project covered the thousands of ancient villages resulting from its construction. What I saw and felt, particularly the encounters with the people of China, with a sense that I was traveling not just through a country but through Asian history in its many stages, I wrote about each day in my journal.... View more info

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Gambling in Macau

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, The New Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP012.1


This is the second in a three-part series of poems written by Stanley H. Barkan while sailing the Yangtze, translated into Chinese by Zhao Si. The first in the series is "Sailing the Yangtze," translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai. The third, and last in the series, is "No Cats on the Yangtze," translated into Chinese by Zhao Si. View more info

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Sutter & Snedicker

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, The New Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP010.2

Condition: New


This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) edition, the third of three Brooklyn poetry collections by Stanley H. Barkan, translated into Chinese by Zhao Si, published by the New Feral Press of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, in 2017. View more info

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Sutter & Snediker

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, The Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP010.1

Condition: New


This is a bilingual (English-Chinese) collection of poems about Brooklyn, the third in a series of three about Brooklyn, by Stanley H. Barkan, translated into Chinese by Zhao Si, published by The Feral Press in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, 2017. View more info

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Gambling in Macau

By: Barkan, Stanley H. Zhao Si, Chinese Translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, The New Feral Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: FP012.2

Condition: New


This is the second in a three-part series of poems written by Stanley H. Barkan while sailing the Yangtze, translated into Chinese by Zhao Si. The first in the series is "Sailing the Yangtze," translated into Chinese by Hong Ai Bai. The third and last is "No Cats on the Yangtze," translated into Chinse by Zhao Si. View more info

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A Break in Passing Clouds: Improvisations on Chinese Poems

By: Digby, John & Bai, Hong Ai

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2014

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC982A

ISBN: 0893049867

Condition: New


These subtle improvisations on ancient Chinese verse will remind readers of the power of poetry to touch and revive the human spirit. Those who are unfamiliar with the work of these great poets will find John Digby and Hong Ai Bai to be superb guides to the recesses of the heart in this superbly crafted bi-lingual collection enlightened by their commentary. Those already conversant with its classical authors will be delighted to find in this beautiful volume... View more info

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A Break in Passing Clouds: Improvisations on Chinese Poems

By: Digby, John & Bai, Hong Ai

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2014

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC982B

ISBN: 0893049875

Condition: New


These subtle improvisations on ancient Chinese verse will remind readers of the power of poetry to touch and revive the human spirit. Those who are unfamiliar with the work of these great poets will find John Digby and Hong Ai Bai to be superb guides to the recesses of the heart in this superbly crafted bi-lingual collection enlightened by their commentary. Those already conversant with its classical authors will be delighted to find in this beautiful volume a revival an... View more info

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Passing Memories: A Collection of Chinese Poems on Cold Food Festival

By: Digby, John and Bai, Hong Ai

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2016

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC989.1

ISBN: 0893046248

Condition: New


This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of classical Chinese poems on Cold Food Festival, dating from 206 B.C.E., collected and translated by John Digby and Hong Ai Bai. “This collection of classical poems brings back to life an ancient almost forgotten celebration that once connected people to the spring season. The improvisational approach to translation makes these poems accessible to a new generation of readers both of Chinese and English poetry. As a... View more info

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Passing Memories: A Collection of Chinese Poems on Cold Food Festival

By: Digby, John and Bai, Hong Ai

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2016

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC989.2

ISBN: 089304623X

Condition: New


This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of classical Chinese poems on Cold Food Festival, dating from 206 B.C.E., collected and translated by John Digby and Hong Ai Bai. “This collection of classical poems brings back to life an ancient almost forgotten celebration that once connected people to the spring season. The improvisational approach to translation makes these poems accessible to a new generation of readers both of Chinese and English poetry. As... View more info