The Three Hundred Tang Poems The Three Hundred Tang Poems (traditional Chinese: 唐詩三百首; simplified Chinese: 唐诗三百首; pinyin: Tángshī sānbái shǒu) is an anthology of poems from the Chinese Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) first compiled around 1763 by Sun Zhu (1722-1778), the Qing Dynasty scholar, also known as Hengtang Tuishi (衡塘退士 "Retired Master of Hengtang"). Various later editions also exist. All editions contain over 300 poems: in this case, "Three-hundred" means not exactly three-hundred; but, rather, this refers to an estimative quantification, meaning "approximately three-hundred": the ten, twenty, or more extra poems represent a sort of a good luck bonus, analogous to the "baker's dozen" in the West. Even more, the number 300 (or more exactly 305) was a classic number for a poetry collection due to the influence of the Shijing, which was generally known as the "Three Hundred Shi" (that is, poems). 唐诗三百首 《唐诗三百首》是一部流传
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