Lament for Ying (Chinese: 哀郢, pinyin: āi Yǐng) is a poem which has sometimes been attributed to Chinese poet Qu Yuan, and dated to around 278 BCE. It is from the "Nine Declarations" section of the Chuci poetry anthology, compiled in ancient China. The Ying in the title is a toponym (placename). The word Ai implies a post-destruction lamentation for this place. Ying was famous as the capital of the kingdom of Chu, Qu Yuan's homeland.

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  • Lament for Ying (Chinese: 哀郢, pinyin: āi Yǐng) is a poem which has sometimes been attributed to Chinese poet Qu Yuan, and dated to around 278 BCE. It is from the "Nine Declarations" section of the Chuci poetry anthology, compiled in ancient China. The Ying in the title is a toponym (placename). The word Ai implies a post-destruction lamentation for this place. Ying was famous as the capital of the kingdom of Chu, Qu Yuan's homeland. (en)
  • 《哀郢》是一首楚辭,有时被认为是中国诗人屈原于大约公元前278年所作。它出自编于中国古代的《楚辞》诗目的《九歌》部分。标题中的“郢”是地名,“哀”暗示对此地在被毁后的哀悼。郢以屈原故乡楚国的都城闻名。 (zh)
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  • Lament for Ying (Chinese: 哀郢, pinyin: āi Yǐng) is a poem which has sometimes been attributed to Chinese poet Qu Yuan, and dated to around 278 BCE. It is from the "Nine Declarations" section of the Chuci poetry anthology, compiled in ancient China. The Ying in the title is a toponym (placename). The word Ai implies a post-destruction lamentation for this place. Ying was famous as the capital of the kingdom of Chu, Qu Yuan's homeland. (en)
  • 《哀郢》是一首楚辭,有时被认为是中国诗人屈原于大约公元前278年所作。它出自编于中国古代的《楚辞》诗目的《九歌》部分。标题中的“郢”是地名,“哀”暗示对此地在被毁后的哀悼。郢以屈原故乡楚国的都城闻名。 (zh)
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  • Lament for Ying (en)
  • 哀郢 (zh)
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