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This front matter section of the book The Poetry of He Zhu (1052-1125): Genres, Contexts, and Creativity contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, the list of tables, the list of abbreviations and a brief chronology of the life of He Zhu. In 1088, He Zhu had started to think his poetry was not necessarily going to get better as he got older, so he'd better take better care of what he had; it was the rejection of old drafts that had been "reckless", not the works themselves. He set about organizing and revising his poems, wrote the preface, and added a few poems in the next two years. The resulting body of work is the object of this book.

Keywords: He Zhu; poems



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