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" It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good. Only about the spirits and the food will they have to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents. "
Chinese Womanhood - ˹ 18
Lucinda Pearl Boggs - 1913 - 129 ˹
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The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes ...

James Legge - 1871
...put to sleep on the ground; They will be clothed with wrappers; They will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents. VI. Woo yang. 1 Who can say that you have There are three hundred in Who says that you have no There...

The New Englander, 2

1879
...put to sleep on the ground; They will be clothed with wrappers; They will have tiles to play with; It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good;...spirits and the food will they have to think, And cause no sorrow to their parents." The tile is here used as an emblem of weaving, because women prepare...

New Englander and Yale Review, 38

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1879
...put to sleep on the ground ; They will be clothed with wrappers ; They will have tiles to play with ; It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good...spirits and the food will they have to think, And cause no sorrow to their parents." The tile is here used as an emblem of weaving, because women prepare...

The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism, ǹ 3

1879
...to sleep on the ground ; They will be clothed with wrappers ; They will have tiles to play with 3. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good *. Only about the spirits and the food will 1 In the Official Book, of AHii, ch. 24, mention is made of the Diviner of Dreams and his duties :...

Typical Women of China

Xiang Liu, Miss A. C. Safford - 1899 - 192 ˹
...put to sleep on the ground, They will be clothed with wrappers, They will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents." / CHAPTERS XVIII-XXIV. " A woman's province is in the kitchen. She should herself cook and season meats...

Village Life in China: A Study in Sociology, 50; 556

Arthur H. Smith - 1899 - 360 ˹
...put to sleep on the ground ; They will be clothed with wrappers ; they will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think. And to cause no sorrow to their parents. From the sentiment of this poem alone it would be easy to determine the Chinese of to-day to be lineal...

China: The Country and Its People

George Waldo Browne - 1901 - 477 ˹
...put to sleep on the ground ; They will be clothed with wrappers; they will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents." The advent of a boy into a Chinese family is greeted with every demonstration of joy, and he is permitted...

A History of Chinese Literature

Herbert Allen Giles - 1901 - 448 ˹
...put to sleep on the ground; They will be clothed with wrappers; They will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents." The distinction thus drawn is severe enough, and it is quite unnecessary to make a comparison, as some...

Morals in Evolution: A Study in Comparative Ethics, ǹ 1

Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse - 1906 - 669 ˹
...put to sleep on the ground ; They will be clothed with wrappers ; They will have tiles to play with. It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good....to think, And to cause no sorrow to their parents." She-King, Part II., Bk. iv. Ode 5, Sts. 8, 9. In point of fact the lot of the infant daughter was often...

Contrasts in Social Progress

Edward Payson Tenney - 1907 - 415 ˹
...translation of the Book of Odes, one of the oldest of the classics, it is said of the daughters of the king: "It will be theirs neither to do wrong nor to do good." The women to-day are by custom never counted in the census of a village.2 ' ' The mean ones within...




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