LI Bai (Lǐ Bái 李白)

Timothy Wai Keung CHAN

Li Bai has come to be regarded as a poet par excellence of the Tang dynasty (618–907 CE). Although he achieved a level of fame in early mid-life, his talent was not recognized by the Tang emperor. Li’s poetry can be characterized by his strong passion, his use of powerful rhetorical devices, and the innovative changes he made to traditional verse forms.

Li Bai (also known as Li Bo) is….

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