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Wang, Anshi, 1021-1086


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    • Wanganshi, 1021-1086
    • Wang, An-shih, 1021-1086
    • Wang, An-sŏk, 1021-1086
    • Vương, An Thạch, 1021-1086
    • Ō, An-seki, 1021-1086
    • Ō, Anseki, 1021-1086
    • 王安石, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Jing gong, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Ching kung, 1021-1086
    • 王荊公, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Jiefu, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Chieh-fu, 1021-1086
    • 王介甫, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Shuguo gong, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Shu-kuo kung, 1021-1086
    • 王舒國公, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Wen, 1021-1086
    • 王文, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Wen gong, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Wen kung, 1021-1086
    • 王文公, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Jingguo gong, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Ching-kuo kung, 1021-1086
    • 王荊國公, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Jingwen gong, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Ching Wen kung, 1021-1086
    • 王荊文公, 1021-1086
    • Wang, Banshan, 1021-1086
    • 王半山, 1021-1086
    • An-Shih Wang, 1021-1086
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1021
    • Death Date

        1086
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) China
    • Gender

        male
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Wang, An-shih, 1021-1086
  • Sources

    • found: His Wang Ching kung shih chien chu, 1958.
    • found: Im, H.S. Wang An-sŏk ŭi kwagŏ chedo kaehyŏk e taehan il kochʻal, 1982 (subj.)t.p. (Wang An-sŏk)
    • found: Cô, N.T. Tư mã Quang, Vương An Thạch, 1969?:t.p. (Vương An Thạch)
    • found: Wang An-shih hsi yüan lu, 1996:p. 13 (t. 介甫 = Chieh-fu) p. 16 (raised to rank of duke 舒國公 = Shu-kuo kung, then chg. to 荊 = Ching; posth. 文 = Wen)
    • found: Meng tuan ti hsiang lu, 1999:t.p. (王安石 = Wang An-Shih) cover (Wanganshi [in rom.])
    • found: Wang Jingwen gong shi, not before 1836:cover (Title on title piece: 王半山 = Wang Banshan)
    • found: The late poems of Wang An-Shih, 2015:ECIP data view (devoted himself to government service until the age of 55, becoming one of the most powerful and controversial political figures in Chinese history, rising to become Prime Minister; retired to the life of a recluse poet and spent his last decade wandering among the mountains and Ch'an (Zen) Buddhist monasteries of southeast China, writing the poetry that made him one of the greatest poets in a great poetic age: the Sung Dynasty)
  • LC Classification

    • PL2686
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-11-21: new
    • 2014-11-22: revised
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