Category:Wu Weiye

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English: Wu Weiye (1609–1671) was a author and poet in Classical Chinese poetry. He lived during the difficult times of the Ming-Qing transition. Along with Gong Dingzi and Qian Qianyi, Wu Weiye was famous as one of the Three Masters of Jiangdong. Wu Weiye was known for writing in the ci (song lyric) poetry form as well as writing about current events in both the regular ci and the seven-syllable long form, the gexing. (→Wu Weiye)
Français : Wu Weiye ou Wou Wei-ye ou Wu Wei-Yeh', surnom: Jungong, nom de pinceau: Meicun est un peintre chinois du , originaire de Taicang (ville de la province du Jiangsu en Chine). Né en 1609, il meurt en 1671. (→Wu Weiye)
日本語: 呉偉業(ご いぎょう、 1609年 - 1671年)は、中国末・初の詩人。字は駿公、号は梅村。南直隸太倉県出身。 (→呉偉業)
中文: 吴伟业(), 駿公梅村祖籍南直隸苏州府崑山縣(今江苏省苏州市昆山市),祖父始遷居太倉州(今江苏省苏州市太仓市),初著名诗人、政治人物,長於七言歌行,初學“長慶體”,後自成新吟,后人称之为“梅村體”。 (→吴伟业)

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