Zéno Bianu, an author of rich poetical and theatrical works, and Patrick Carré, a renowned orientalist translator, introduce us to some of the greatest Chinese poets.
This book constitutes an initiation to the Taoist vision of the world. It speaks the unspeakable, conceives the inconceivable and seizes the unseizable. It brings about moments of grace. "Both serene and elated, the poetry of the great Chinese classics cuts through us with a vertiginous breath. We discover it for the first time, and remain astonished by it. It contains a demand for the impossible, a way of throwing us off balance and unfailingly bringing us back onto the right path."
|CARRE ET BIANU
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|Type of book
|11 x 18