old-styleverse, introducing to them various personae, including his own cultivated persona of a wild, self-obsessed poet. In Pinyin, his name is romanized as Li Bo, Li Bai, or Li Taibo.
See translations by E. Eide (1984) and S. Hamill (1987) biography by A. Waley (1950).
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