The Woman Poet in Late Imperial China

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An Authenticity of Influence: The Woman Poet in Late Imperial China
The poetry of China is unique. Chinese poetry emerged from a proud heritage which created poetry that is as distinctively individual as the culture of China. The poetry of China was influenced by the multiple subcultures present in its vast expansive borders, as well as philosophical dimensions provided by largely Confucian influences. While this may seem plain at first look, in comparison to the poetry of other peoples, the poetry of China is unique because Chinese poets had little social interaction with other cultures. Other influences were simply non-existent. Outside of social interchange among East Asian countries, China maintained a relative degree of cultural...
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