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The Norton Anthology of World Literaturees: 1650 To the Present VOL D,E,F

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Summary

Offers poetry, prose, and religious writings from the earliest human civilizations to the present from throughout the world.

Table of Contents

Preface xxiii
Acknowledgments xxix
Phonetic Equivalents xxxi
MAP: THE SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY, 30--600 1200(1)
From Roman Empire to Christian Europe 1201(3)
TIME LINE 1204(46)
The Bible: The New Testament (Greek, ca. first century)
1206(15)
Luke 2 [The Birth and Youth of Jesus]
1207(2)
Matthew 5--7 [The Teaching of Jesus: The Sermon on the Mount]
1209(4)
Luke 15 [The Teaching of Jesus: Parables]
1213(1)
Matthew 13 [Why Jesus Teaches in Parables]
1214(1)
Matthew 26 [The Betrayal of Jesus]
1215(3)
Matthew 27 [The Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus]
1218(2)
Matthew 28 [The Resurrection]
(The King James Version)
1220(1)
Augustine (354--430)
1221(29)
From Confessions (Latin)
1222(28)
From Book I [Childhood]
1222(4)
From Book II [The Pear Tree]
1226(3)
From Book III [Student at Carthage]
1229(2)
From Book V [Augustine Leaves Carthage for Rome]
1231(2)
From Book VI [Worldly Ambitions]
1233(3)
From Book VIII [Conversion]
1236(2)
From Book IX [Death of His Mother]
1238(12)
F. J. Sheed
MAP: INDIA, 100--1200 1250(1)
India's Classical Age 1251(5)
TIME LINE 1256(96)
Visnusarman (second or third century)
1258(9)
From Pancatantra (Sanskrit)
1260(1)
From Book I. The Loss of Friends
1260(7)
From Book III. Crows and Owls
1263(3)
From Book V. III-Considered Action
1266(1)
Arthur W. Ryder
Kalidasa (fourth century)
1267(65)
Sakuntala and the Ring of Recollection (Sanskrit)
1271(61)
Barbara Stoler Miller
Bhartrhari (fifth century)
1332(5)
From Satakatrayam (Sanskrit)
1334(3)
4 [Wise men are consumed by envy]
1334(1)
7 [A splendid palace, wanton maids]
1334(1)
11 [A gem carved by the jeweler's stone]
1334(1)
34 [Like clusters of blossoms]
1335(1)
35 [When silent, the courtier is branded dumb]
1335(1)
70 [Knowledge is man's crowning mark]
1335(1)
76 [Armlets do not adorn a person]
1335(1)
85 [Why all these words and empty prattle?]
1335(1)
102 [A melodious song]
1336(1)
148 [So I have roamed through perilous lands]
1336(1)
155 [We savored no pleasure]
1336(1)
166 [You are a king of opulence]
1336(1)
172 [Should I sojourn in austerity]
1336(1)
190 [Earth his soft couch]
1337(1)
191 [Why do men need scriptures revealed, remembered]
1337(1)
Barbara Stoler Miller
Amaru (seventh century)
1337(5)
From Amarusataka (Sanskrit)
1339(3)
23 [Lying on the same bed]
1339(1)
34 [She's just a kid]
1340(1)
38 [When anger / was a crease in the brow]
1340(1)
57 [My girl]
1340(1)
69 [At first, / our bodies were as one]
1341(1)
101 [When my lover came to bed]
1341(1)
102 [She's in the house]
1341(1)
Martha Ann Selby
Somadeva (eleventh century)
1342(10)
From Kathasaritsagara (Sanskrit)
1345(7)
The Red Lotus of Chastity
1345(7)
J. A. B. van Buitenen
MAP: TANG CHINA, Ca. 650 1352(1)
China's ``Middle Period'' 1353(3)
TIME LINE 1356(14)
Tao Ch'ien (365--427)
1358(12)
[Selected Prose and Poetry] (Chinese)
1360(2)
The Peach Blossom Spring
1360(1)
The Return
1361(1)
James Robert Hightower
Biography of Master Five Willows
1362(1)
Stephen Owen
Substance, Shadow, and Spirit
1363(1)
Substance, to Shadow
1363(1)
Shadow to Substance
1363(1)
Spirit's Solution
1364(1)
Returning to the Farm to Dwell
1364(1)
[From early days I have been at odds with the world]
1364(1)
[Here in the country human contacts are few]
1365(1)
Begging for Food
1365(1)
On Moving House
1366(1)
[For long I yearned to live in Southtown---]
1366(1)
[In spring and fall are many perfect days]
1366(1)
From A Reply to Secretary Kuo
1366(1)
[The trees before the house grow thick, thick]
1366(1)
In the Sixth Month of 408, Fire
1367(1)
From Twenty Poems After Drinking Wine
1367(1)
Preface
1367(1)
[I built my hut beside a traveled road]
1367(1)
[I heard a knock this morning at my door]
1368(1)
[Once I made a distant trip]
1368(1)
From On Reading the Seas and Mountain Classic
1368(1)
[In early summer when the grasses grow]
1368(1)
Elegy
1369(1)
James Robert Hightower
T`ANG POETRY (CHINESE) 1370(48)
Wang Wei (ca. 699--761)
1373(3)
Villa on Chung-nan Mountain
1374(1)
When Living Quietly at Wang-ch`uan I Gave This to P'ei Ti
1374(1)
Answering Magistrate Chang
1374(1)
Various Topics on Huang-fu Yueh's Cloudy Valley
1375(1)
The Torrent Where the Birds Sang
1375(1)
Cormorant Dike
1375(1)
From Wang Stream Collection
1375(1)
Deer Fence
1375(1)
Lodge in the Bamboo
1375(1)
Written Crossing the Yellow River to Ch`ing-ho
1375(1)
Parting
1376(1)
Stephen Owen
Han-Shan (ca. 600--800)
1376(3)
40 [I climb the road to Cold Mountain]
1377(1)
45 [Cold Mountain is full of weird sights]
1377(1)
48 [Wonderful, this road to Cold Mountain---]
1377(1)
57 [When people see the man of Cold Mountain]
1377(1)
62 [High, high from the summit of the peak]
1378(1)
80 [Man, living in the dust]
1378(1)
82 [People ask the way to Cold Mountain]
1378(1)
96 [Have I a body or have I none?]
1378(1)
99 [So Han-Shan writes you these words]
1379(1)
Burton Watson
Li Po (701--762)
1379(5)
The Sun Rises and Sets
1380(1)
Bring in the Wine
1380(2)
Yearning
1382(1)
Ballad of Youth
1382(1)
The Girls of Yueh
1382(1)
Dialogue in the Mountains
1383(1)
Summer Day in the Mountains
1383(1)
My Feelings
1383(1)
Drinking Alone by Moonlight
1383(1)
Sitting Alone by Ching-t'ing Mountain
1384(1)
Stephen Owen
Tu Fu (712--770)
1384(5)
Song of P`eng-ya
1385(1)
Moonlit Night
1386(1)
Chiang Village
1386(1)
Thousand League Pool
1387(1)
My Thatched Roof Is Ruined by the Autumn Wind
1387(1)
A Guest Comes
1388(1)
Spending the Night in a Tower by the River
1389(1)
Writing of My Feelings Traveling by Night
1389(1)
Stephen Owen
Li Ho (791--817)
1389(4)
Magic Strings
1390(1)
A. C. Graham
Song of an Arrowhead from the Battlefield of Ch`ang-p`ing
1390(1)
Stephen Owen
The King of Ch`in Drinks Wine
1391(1)
The Grave of Little Su
1392(1)
The Northern Cold
1392(1)
A Dream of Heaven
1392(1)
A. C. Graham
Po Chu-I (772--846)
1393(5)
Watching the Reapers
1394(1)
Passing T`ien-men Street in Ch`ang-an and Seeing a Distant View of Chung-nan Mountains
1394(1)
The Flower Market
1394(1)
Golden Bells
1395(1)
Lazy Man's Song
1395(1)
Winter Night
1396(1)
Remembering Golden Bells
1396(1)
On Board Ship: Reading Yuan Chen's Poems
1397(1)
Madly Singing in the Mountains
1397(1)
The Cranes
1397(1)
Pruning Trees
1397(1)
Last Poem
1398(1)
Arthur Waley
Yuan Chen (779--831)
1398(10)
The Story of Ying-ying (Chinese)
1400(8)
James Robert Hightower
Li Ching-Chao (1084---ca. 1151)
1408(10)
From Records on Metal and Stone (Chinese)
1410(5)
Afterword
1410(5)
[Song Lyrics] (Chinese)
1415(3)
To ``Southern Song''
1415(1)
To ``Free-Spirited Fisherman''
1415(1)
To ``Like a Dream''
1416(1)
To ``Drunk in the Shadow of Flowering Trees''
1416(1)
To ``Spring in Wu-ling''
1416(1)
To ``Note After Note''
1417(1)
Stephen Owen
MAP: ISLAM'S GOLDEN AGE, CA. 900 1418(1)
The Rise of Islam and Islamic Literature 1419(5)
TIME LINE 1424(196)
The Koran (Arabic, 610--632)
1426(34)
The Exordium
1429(1)
From 4. Women
1429(3)
The Table
1432(9)
10. Jonah
1441(5)
12. Joseph
1446(6)
19. Mary
1452(4)
55. The Merciful
1456(1)
62. Friday, or the Day of Congregation
1457(1)
71. Noah
1458(1)
76. Man
1459(1)
N. J. Dawood
IBN Ishaq (704--767)
1460(16)
The Biography of the Prophet (Arabic)
1463(13)
How Salman Became a Muslim
1463(4)
The Beginning of the Sending Down of the Quran
1467(1)
Khadija, Daughter of Khuwaylid, Accepts Islam
1467(1)
From The Prescription of Prayer
1468(1)
From Ali ibn Abu Talib, the First Male to Accept Islam
1469(1)
From The Apostle's Public Preaching and the Response
1470(3)
From Al-Walid ibn Al-Mughira
1473(1)
How the Apostle Was Treated by His Own People
1474(1)
[Hamza Accepts Islam]
1475(1)
[The Burial Preparations]
1475(1)
Alfred Guillaume
Abolqasem Ferdowsi (932--1025)
1476(48)
Shahname (Persian)
1481(43)
From The Tragedy of Sohrab and Rostam
1481(43)
Jerome W. Clinton
Faridoddin Attar (1145--1221)
1524(17)
From The Conference of the Birds (Persian)
1528(13)
The Story of Sheikh Sam'an
1528(13)
Afkham Darbandi
Dick Davis
Jalaloddin Rumi (1207--1283)
1541(8)
Robais (Persian)
1544(2)
[Listen, if you can stand to]
1544(1)
[What I most want]
1545(1)
[Don't come to us without bringing music]
1545(1)
[Sometimes visible, sometimes not, sometimes]
1545(1)
25 [Friend, our closeness is this]
1545(1)
82 [Today, like every other day, we wake up empty]
1545(1)
158 [Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing]
1545(1)
Ghazals (Persian)
1546(1)
An Empty Garlic
1546(1)
Dissolver of Sugar
1546(1)
Spiritual Couplets (Persian)
1546(2)
[A chickpea leaps almost over the rim of the pot]
1546(1)
Why Wine Is Forbidden
1547(1)
The Question
1547(1)
From Birdsong (Persian)
1548(1)
[Lovers in their brief delight]
1548(1)
From The Glance (Persian)
1548(1)
Silkworms
1548(1)
Coleman Barks
Sa'Di (thirteenth century)
1549(17)
Golestan (Persian)
1551(15)
From Book I. On the Nature of Shahs
1551(15)
Dick Davis
The Thousand and One Nights (Arabic, fourteenth century)
1566(54)
Prologue [The Story of King Shahrayar and Shahrazad, His Viszier's Daughter]
1569(7)
[The Tale of the Ox and the Donkey]
1576(1)
[The Tale of the Merchant and His Wife]
1577(3)
[The Story of the Merchant and the Demon]
1580(10)
[The First Old Man's Tale]
1583(3)
[The Second Old Man's Tale]
1586(3)
Husain Haddawy
[The Third Old Man's Tale]
1589(1)
Jerome W. Clinton
[The Story of the Fisherman and the Demon]
1590(30)
[The Tale of King Yunan and the Sage Duban]
1595(4)
[The Tale of the Husband and the Parrot]
1599(1)
[The Tale of the King's Son and the She-Ghoul]
1600(10)
[The Tale of the Enchanted King]
1610(10)
Hussain Haddawy
MAP: EUROPE, CA. 1150 1620(1)
The Formation of a Western Literature 1621(3)
TIME LINE 1624(518)
Beowulf (Old English, ca. ninth century)
1626(76)
Seamus Heaney
From The Song of Roland (French, ca. 1100)
1702(65)
Frederick Goldin
Marie De France (twelfth century)
1767(9)
Lanval (French)
1769(6)
Laustic (French)
1775(1)
Glyn S. Burgess
Keith Busby
From Thorstein the Staff-Struck (Old Norse, thirteenth century)
1776(7)
Hermann Palsson
Medieval Lyrics: A Selection
1783(43)
Walahfrid Strabo (808/9--849)
1788(2)
Elegy on Reichenau (Latin)
1788(2)
Peter Godman
Notker Balbulus (ca. 840--912)
1790(1)
A Hymn to Holy Women (Latin)
1790(1)
Peter Dronke
Anonymous (ca. ninth or tenth century)
1791(1)
The Ruin (Anglo-Saxon)
1791(1)
Lee Patterson
Anonymous (ca. eleventh century)
1792(1)
Song of Summer (Latin)
1792(1)
Jan Ziolkowski
IBN Arfa` Ra'Suh (eleventh century)
1793(1)
The Singing Lute (Arabic)
1793(1)
James T. Monroe
William IX, Duke of Aquitaine (1071--1127)
1793(1)
Spring Song (Provencal)
1793(1)
Peter Dronke
Judah Halevi (ca. 1075--1141)
1794(1)
Summer (Hebrew)
1794(1)
William M. Davis
Abu-L-Hasan IBN Al-Qabturnuh (twelfth century)
1795(1)
In Battle (Arabic)
1795(1)
Lysander Kemp
Hildegard of Bingen (1098--1179)
1796(1)
A Hymn to St. Maximinus (Latin)
1796(1)
Peter Dronke
The Archpoet (d. 1165?)
1797(3)
His Confession (Latin)
1797(3)
Helen Waddell
Jaufre Rudel (twelfth century)
1800(2)
Love Song (Provencal)
1800(2)
George Wolf
Roy Rosenstein
Rabbi Ephraim Ben Jacob (1132--1200)
1802(3)
The Sacrifice of Isaac (Hebrew)
1802(3)
Judah Goldin
Beatrice, Countess of Dia (ca. 1150--1200)
1805(1)
A Lover's Prize (Provencal)
1805(1)
Peter Dronke
Bertran De Born (ca. 1140---ca. 1215)
1805(2)
In Praise of War (Provencal)
1805(2)
Frederick Goldin
Heinrich Von Morungen (ca. 1150--1222)
1807(1)
The Wound of Love (German)
1807(1)
Peter Dronke
Arnaut Daniel (twelfth century)
1808(1)
The Art of Love (Provencal)
1808(1)
Frederick Goldin
Walther Von Der Vogelweide (ca. 1170--ca. 1230)
1809(1)
Dancing Girl (German)
1809(1)
Peter Dronke
Meir Halevi Abulafia (ca. 1170--1244)
1810(1)
A Letter from the Grave (Hebrew)
1810(1)
T. Carmi
Hadewijch of Brabant (thirteenth century)
1811(1)
The Cult of Love (Flemish)
1811(1)
Peter Dronke
Alfonso X (1221--1284)
1812(1)
The Scorpions (Spanish)
1812(1)
Peter Dronke
Guido Guinizzelli (thirteenth century)
1813(2)
Love and Nobility (Italian)
1813(2)
James J. Wilhelm
Guido Cavalcanti (ca. 1255--1300)
1815(1)
An Encounter (Italian)
1815(1)
James J. Wilhelm
Dante Alighieri (1265--1321)
1815(1)
Love and Poetry (Italian)
1815(1)
James J. Wilhelm
Sonnet (Italian)
Dino Cervigni
Edward Vasta
1816(1)
Anonymous (thirteenth century)
1816(1)
Calvary (Middle English)
1816(1)
Alexander the Wild (thirteenth century)
1817(1)
Strawberry Picking (German)
1817(1)
Peter Dronke
Dafydd Ap Gwilym (ca. 1310--1370)
1818(1)
The Fox (Welsh)
1818(1)
Richard Morgan Loomis
Anonymous (fourteenth century)
1819(1)
Aubade (French)
1819(1)
Peter Dronke
Christine De Pizan (ca. 1364--ca. 1431)
1820(1)
Alone in Martyrodom (French)
1820(1)
Muriel Kittel
Anonymous (fifteenth century)
1821(2)
Lament of the Virgin (Middle English)
1821(2)
Charles D'Orleans (ca. 1394--1465)
1823(1)
Balade (French)
1823(1)
Sarah Spence
Francois Villon (1431--ca. 1470)
1823(3)
From The Testament (French)
1823(3)
Galway Kinnell
Dante Alighieri (1265--1321)
1826(137)
The Divine Comedy (Italian)
1836(127)
Inferno
1836(106)
From Purgatorio
1942(17)
From Paradiso
1959(4)
Allen Mandelbaum
Giovanni Boccaccio (1313--1375)
1963(28)
The Decameron (Italian)
1965(26)
[The First Story of the First Day]
1965(9)
[The Ninth Story of the Fourth Day]
1974(2)
[The Eighth Story of the Fifth Day]
1976(4)
[The Sixth Story of the Ninth Day]
1980(4)
[The Tenth Story of the Tenth Day]
1984(7)
G. H. McWilliam
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Middle English, 1380?)
1991(54)
Marie Borroff
Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?--1400)
2045(74)
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English)
2051(1)
General Prologue
2051(16)
The Miller's Prologue and Tale
2067(15)
The Prologue
2067(2)
The Tale
2069(13)
The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale
2082(24)
The Prologue
2082(17)
The Tale
2099(7)
The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale
2106(13)
The Prologue
2106(3)
The Tale
2109(10)
Theodore Morrison
Everyman (Middle English, 1495?)
2119(23)
E. Talbot Donaldson
MAP: JAPAN, SEVENTH---SIXTEEN CENTURIES 2142(1)
The Golden Age of Japanese Culture 2143(3)
TIME LINE 2146(196)
The Manyoshu (Japanese, eighth century)
2148(12)
29--31. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro when he passed the ruined capital at Omi
2152(1)
135--137. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro when he parted from his wife in the land of Iwami and came up to the capital
2153(1)
220--222. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro upon seeing a dead man lying among the rocks on the island of Samine in Sanuki
2154(2)
338--350. Thirteen poems in praise of wine by Lord Otomo Tabito, the Commander of the Dazaifu
2156(1)
804--805. Poem sorrowing on the impermanence of life in this world
2157(2)
892--893. Dialog of the Destitute
2159(1)
Ian Hideo Levy
The Kokinshu (Japanese, ca. 905)
2160(14)
9. Ki No Tsurayuki, [When snow comes in spring---]
2163(1)
43. Lady Ise, [Shall I each springtime]
2163(1)
53. Ariwara Narihira, [If ours were a world]
2164(1)
83. Ki No Tsurayuki, [I cannot agree]
2164(1)
89. Ki No Tsurayuki, [In the lingering wake]
2164(1)
113. Ono No Komachi, [Alas! The beauty]
2164(1)
145. Anonymous, [O cuckoo singing]
2164(1)
153. Ki No Tomornori, [Where does he journey---]
2165(1)
166. Kiyowara Fukayabu, [Now that dawn has come]
2165(1)
191. Anonymous, [With what radiance]
2165(1)
232. Ki No Tsurayuki, [Autumn has not come]
2165(1)
273. Monk Sosei, [Die an age slip by]
2166(1)
297. Ki No Tsurayuki, [Unseen by men's eyes]
2166(1)
305. Oshikochi Mitsune, [I must pause to gaze]
2166(1)
310. Fujiwara Okikaze, [Watching the colors]
2166(1)
315. Minamoto Muneyuki, [It is in winter]
2166(1)
342. Ki No Tsurayuki, [My heart fills with gloom]
2167(1)
349. Ariwara Narihira, [Scatter at random]
2167(1)
460. Ki No Tsurayuki, [Is this hair of mine]
2167(1)
471. Ki No Tsurayuki, [Swift indeed has been]
2167(1)
478. Mibu No Tadamine, [Ah! You of Whom I saw]
2168(1)
493. Anonymous, [Others have told me]
2168(1)
522. Anonymous, [Less profitable]
2168(1)
552. Ono No Komachi, [Did you come to me]
2168(1)
553. Ono No Komachi, [Since encountering]
2169(1)
625. Mibu No Tadamine, [The hours before dawn]
2169(1)
635. Ono No Komachi, [Autumn nights, it seems]
2169(1)
647. Anonymous, [But little better]
2169(1)
656. Ono No Komachi, [In the waking world]
2169(1)
657. Ono No Komachi, [Yielding to a love]
2170(1)
658. Ono No Komachi, [Though I go to you]
2170(1)
676. Lady Ise, [Pillows know, they say]
2170(1)
712. Anonymous, [If this were a world]
2170(1)
741. Lady Ise, [Since your heart is not]
2171(1)
746. Anonymous, [This very keepsake]
2171(1)
747. Ariwara Narihira, [Is this not the moon?]
2171(1)
756. Lady Ise, [How fitting it seems]
2171(1)
770. Archbishop Henjo, [At my dwelling place]
2172(1)
791. Lady Ise, [Could I think myself]
2172(1)
797. Ono No Komachi, [So much I have learned]
2172(1)
810. Lady Ise, [If it had ended]
2172(1)
834. Ki No Tsurayuki, [I should have called it]
2172(1)
861. Ariwara Narihira, [Upon this pathway]
2173(1)
884. Ariwara Narihira, [Must the moon vanish]
2173(1)
895. Anonymous, [If I had but known]
2173(1)
901. Ariwara Narihira, [For sorrowing sons]
2173(1)
938. Ono No Komachi, [In this forlorn state]
2174(1)
1000. Lady Ise, [I long for a way]
2174(1)
Helen Craig McCullough
Murasaki Shikibu (ca. 973--1016)
2174(96)
The Tale of Genji (Japanese)
2182(88)
The Broom Tree
2183(21)
Evening Faces
2204(20)
Suma
2224(19)
Akashi
2243(18)
Fireflies
2261(9)
Edward G. Seidensticker
Sei Shonagon (ca. 966--1017)
2270(30)
The Pillow Book (Japanese)
2273(27)
In Spring It Is the Dawn
2273(1)
Especially Delightful Is the First Day
2273(2)
The Sliding Screen in the Back of the Hall
2275(4)
When I Make Myself Imagine
2279(1)
Depressing Things
2280(2)
Hateful Things
2282(4)
Oxen Should Have Very Small Foreheads
2286(1)
A Preacher Ought to Be Good-Looking
2286(2)
Flowering Trees
2288(1)
Elegant Things
2289(1)
Insects
2290(1)
Unsuitable Things
2290(1)
Small Children and Babies
2291(1)
Things That Cannot Be Compared
2291(1)
To Meet One's Lover
2292(1)
Rare Things
2292(1)
Embarrasing Things
2292(1)
During the Long Rains in the Fifth Month
2293(1)
Things That Give a Hot Feeling
2293(1)
Shameful Things
2293(1)
Things That Have Lost Their Power
2294(1)
Awkward Things
2295(1)
I Remember a Clear Morning
2295(1)
Things That Give a Clean Feeling
2295(1)
Things That Give an Unclean Feeling
2295(1)
Wind Instruments
2296(1)
When Crossing a River
2296(1)
Things That Should Be Large
2296(1)
Things That Should Be Short
2297(1)
Men Really Have Strange Emotions
2297(1)
It Is Absurd of People to Get Angry
2297(1)
Features That I Particularly Like
2298(1)
Pleasing Things
2298(1)
It Is Getting So Dark
2299(1)
Ivan Morris
The Tale of the Heike (Japanese, 1371)
2300(26)
From Chapter 6
2304(3)
The Death of Kiyomori
2304(3)
From Chapter 7
2307(7)
The Flight of the Heike from the Capital
2307(4)
The Flight from Fukuhara
2311(3)
From Chapter 9
2314(4)
The Assault from the Cliff
2314(1)
The Death of Atsumori
2315(3)
From Chapter 11
2318(2)
The Drowning of the Former Emperor
2318(2)
From The Initiates' Chapter
2320(6)
The Imperial Lady Becomes a Nun
2320(2)
The Imperial Lady Goes to Ohara
2322(2)
The Death of the Imperial Lady
2324(2)
Helen Craig McCullough
Yoshida Kenko (ca. 1283--1352)
2326(16)
From Essays of Idleness (Japanese)
2328(14)
Donald Keene
NO DRAMA (JAPANESE) 2342(30)
Zeami Motokiyo (1364--1443)
2350(11)
Atsumori
2350(6)
Haku Rakuten
2356(5)
Arthur Waley
Kanze Kojiro Nobumitsu (1435--1516)
2361(11)
Dojoji
2361(11)
Donald Keene
MAP: INDIA, 1200--1650 2372(1)
Mystical Poetry of India 2373(3)
TIME LINE 2376(2)
HYMNS OF THE TAMIL SAIVA SAINTS (TAMIL) 2378(5)
Campantar (sixth---seventh centuries)
2379(1)
18 [He is the King]
2379(1)
Indira Viswanathan Peterson
Appar (sixth---seventh centuries)
2379(3)
20 [See the god!]
2379(1)
From 23
2380(1)
From Ninra Tiruttantakam (The Tanttakam Poem of the Lord Who Stands)
2380(1)
1 [As wide earth, as fire and water]
2380(1)
3 [As rock, as hill, as forest]
2380(1)
26 [My treasure and good fortune, Lord sweet as honey]
2380(1)
29 [If you could see]
2381(1)
From 166
2381(1)
1 [I can't sing like a true devotee]
2381(1)
6 [Seeing your dance, I will praise you]
2381(1)
8 [What shall I do, O god with the dark throat]
2382(1)
9 [Having failed to purify my heart]
2382(1)
10 [Mal who ate earth as a child]
2382(1)
Indira Viswanathan Peterson
Cuntarar (seventh---eighth centuries)
2382(1)
148
2382(1)
1 [Renouncing all my ties, I think]
2382(1)
2 [Friend, the days when I ignored]
2383(1)
3 [I will think of the day on which]
2383(1)
Indira Viswanathan Peterson
POEMS OF THE VIRASAIVA SAINTS (KANNADA) 2383(7)
Basavanna (1106--1167)
2385(2)
125 [See-saw watermills bow their heads]
2385(1)
212 [Don't you take on]
2385(1)
487 [Feet will dance]
2385(1)
494 [I don't know anything like time-beats and metre]
2386(1)
563 [The pot is a god. The winnowing]
2386(1)
703 [Look here, dear fellow]
2387(1)
820 [The rich]
2387(1)
A. K. Ramanujan
Mahadeviyakka (twelfth century)
2387(3)
17 [Like a silkworm weaving]
2387(1)
114 [Husband inside]
2388(1)
119 [What's to come tomorrow]
2388(1)
124 [You can confiscate]
2388(1)
283 [I love the Handsome One]
2389(1)
294 [O brothers, why do you talk]
2389(1)
336 [Look at]
2390(1)
A. K. Ramanujan
THE BENGALI VAISNAVA SAINTS' SONGS OF DEVOTION TO KRISHNA (BENGALI) 2390
Vidyapati (fourteenth century)
2392
[The girl and the woman]
2392
[As the mirror to my hand]
2393
Edward C. Dimock
Denise Levertov
Govindadasa (fifteenth century)
2393
[O Madhava, how shall I tell you of my terror?]
2393
[When they had made love]
2394
[Let the earth of my body be mixed with the earth]
2394
Edward C. Dimock
Denise Levertov
Chandidasa (sixteenth century)
2395
[This dark cloudy night]
2395
[My mind is not on housework]
2395
Edward C. Dimock
Denise Levertov
Kabir (fifteenth century)
2396
[Poems] (Hindi)
2397
[Go naked if you want]
2397
[Pundit, how can you be so dumb?]
2397
[Hey, Qazi]
2398
[Kabir is done with stretching thread and weaving]
2399
[Why be so proud of this useless, used-up body?]
2399
[Hey brother, why do you want me to talk?]
2399
[That master weaver, whose skills]
2400
[Epigrams] (Hindi)
2400
[The lean doe]
2400
[Kabir: / My mind was soothed]
2400
John Stratton Hawley
Mark Juergensmeyer
Mirabai (sixteenth century) (Brajbhasa, Gujerati)
2401
37 [I'm colored with the color of dusk, oh rana]
2402
42 [Life without Hari is no life, friend]
2403
82 [I saw the dark clouds burst]
2403
84 [Hey love bird, crying cuckoo]
2403
153 [Go to where my loved one lives]
2404
166 [Murali sounds on the banks of the Jumna]
2404
193 [Let us go to a realm beyond going]
2404
John Stratton Hawley
Mark Juergensmeyer
A Note on Translation A1
Permissions Acknowledgments A13
Index A17


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