Du Fu's Laments from the South
University of Hawaii Press, 1992 M11 1 - 296 pages
"McCraw enables the reader of English to approximate the experience of encountering the peerless lyricist's poems in Chinese." --Sino-Platonic Papers "This is a remarkable labor of love from an enthusiastic admirer of Du Fu, and should be recommended to all lovers of Chinese poetry." --China Review International, Spring 1996
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