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Po Chu-I (772 - 846)

Books by this author: The Selected Poems of Po Chu-I
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  • Po Chü-i (772–846 AD) was a poet and a government official. He was Prefect of Hangzhou and then Suzhou but was banished a number of times for arguing against the government. In 832 he retired to the Hsiang-shan monastery near the eastern capital. Late in life he suffered from paralysis in a leg.

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