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Poetical passages in the Erdeni-yin tobči
John Richard Krueger
|Statement||by John R. Krueger.|
|Series||Central Asiatic studies -- 7|
|Contributions||Ssanang Ssetsen, Chungtaidschi.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||231 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||63000298|
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Get this from a library. Poetical passages in the Erdeni-yin tobči: a Mongolian chronicle of the year by Sagang Sečen. [John Richard Krueger; Sagan Setsen, Khungtaij]. 5 A. Mostaert, Erdeni-yin Tobči, I, p. 45 ; cf. Cleaves' translation in the preface (p. vi): "The text in alliterated verses which terminates it is a piece of great literary value.
It is a poem of gnomic character, which, in more than one place, is difficult to com-prehend." See also CA J, IV, p. (also note 25), and Poetical Passages, p. Poetical passages in the Erdeni-yin Tobči: a Mongolian chronicle of the year by Sagang Sečen / by John Richard Krueger フォーマット. Erdeni-yin tobci (Precious Summary) Vol.
I: A Mongolian Chronicle of (Word-Index to the Urga text prepared by I. de Rachewiltz and J. Krueger) by Secen, SaYang and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Poetical passages in the Erdeni-yin Tobči: a Mongolian chronicle of the year by Sagang Sečen by John Richard Krueger （Central Asiatic studies: a monograph series devoted to the culture, history, and languages of Central Asia and its peoples, 7） Mouton, In the course of investigating the poetical passages of the Erdeni-yin tobči (ET) by Sayang Sečen,1 the question has arisen as to whether the first Western editor of the ET, and thereby the founder of Occidental Mongolian studies, Isaac Jacob Schmidt,2 was in reality aware of the poetical form of much direct discourse in this chronicle.3 It.
According to the Erdeni-yin tobči, when Gilügen Baatar escorted the body of Chinggis Khan back to the Khentii mountain for burial, he cried and sang an elegy to mourn his holy emperor. The poet ties Khentii to the grave of Chinggis Khan and praises the poetry school of.
Alliteration is a phonotactic device widely used in poetry. Hungarian phonetics permit alliteration, and thanks to the rich set of vowels and consonants there are a variety of forms of it.
In everyday language and especially in proverbs and common sayings there are simple alliterations. Poetical Passages in the Erdeni-yin tobči. A mongolian Chronicle of the year by Saγang Sečen, s-Gravenhage, (Central Asiatic Studies.
A Monograph Series devoted to the Culture History and Languages of Central Asia and its Peoples. VII). History of the Eastern Mongols to (Erdeni-yin Tobci), The Mongolia Society Occasional Papers 2 (), p; by the same author, Poetical Passages in the Erdeni-yin Tobci (’s-Gravenhage, ), p My translation diverges on several points from that of Kruger.
7 Schmidt, Geschichte, pp. -J. Krueger, Poetical Passages in the Erdeni-yin tobči,pp. -translates the first part of this passage, but with several serious inaccuracies. In the Urga manuscript, for bSowadnams-rgyamts'o, we read a simpler form: bSodnam-rjamso.
8 Schmidt, Geschichte, pp. - come to take refuge " (Poetical Passages in the Erdeni-yin Tobči. 's-Gravenhage, Mouton48). Perhaps "lark" is enough (cf.
Khalkha boljimor id.); a meadow-lark may be too big. Southern Mongolian boljomor 'sparrow' (= boro biljuuqai in Bürintegüs' orthoepic and orthographic dictionary Mongyol. A translation of the relevant passages is given by Heissigpp.
– 3) Saγang Sečen, Erdeni-yin tobci, fol. 77r15–18, in Haenisch 8 Mongolo-Tibetica Pragensia ’12/2 MMongolo-Tibetica Pragensia indd 8ongolo-Tibetica Pragensia indd 8 2. Abstract. Alliteration is present in the oldest known Mongol literary monuments (for instance, in the thirteenth-century Secret History of the Mongols), in modern writing and folklore, in practically all genres of poetry: epic, lyric, riddles, proverbs, and, as a non-structural embellishment, also in gh Mongol literature and folklore have verses without it, alliteration is the.
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22/07/ Organizer. Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russian Academy of Sciences. Co-organizers. The State Hermitage Museum. Fund of Oriental Cultures. The seven books or chapters (Kalmyk and literary) and of Saγang Sečen’s chronicle Erdeni-yin tobči Only some significant passages in poetry, whether short or long, have been rendered as such following the example of the Chinese translation and Lőrincz’s Hungarian version.
We feel that most of the other alliterative passages. John R. Krueger, Poetical Passages in the Erdeni-yin Tobči (Central Asiatic Studies, VII).
(Mouton and Co, 's-Gravenhage, ) pages. Price: /. Professor Krueger's treatise, based on his Ph.D. thesis, consists of an introductory discussion of the nature of Mongol poetry.
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Free ebooks since Erdeni-yin Tobci Geschichte der Ost-Mongolen und ihres Fürstenhauses, verfasst von Ssanang Ssetsen Chungtaidschi der Ordus, translated by Isaac Jacob Schmidt (Saint Petersburg, Russia, ). CHAPTER 7. Altan Tobci The version most often used in this book is the bilingual Mongolian-English edition, Charles Bawden, trans.Both the anonymous ‘Golden summary (Altan tobči, ) and another compiled by Lubsangdanjin (), ‘The chronicle called Precious Summary on the roots of the hans’ (Qaγad-un ündüsün-ü erdeni-yin tobči) by Saγan Sečen (16 62), ‘The Yellow chronicle on the roots of the ancient Mongol hans’ (Erten-ü mongγol-un qad-un.