3 edition of legend of Miao-shan found in the catalog.
legend of Miao-shan
1978 by Ithaca Press for the Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies, Oxford University in London .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Glen Dudbridge.|
|Series||Oxford Oriental monographs ;, no. 1|
|Contributions||University of Oxford. Faculty of Oriental Studies.|
|LC Classifications||BQ4710.A84 C52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||79305225|
Guanyin or Guan Yin (/ ˌ ɡ w ɑː n ˈ j ɪ n /) is the most commonly used Chinese translation of the bodhisattva known as Avalokiteśvara. Guanyin is the Buddhist bodhisattva associated with the East Asian world, Guanyin is the equivalent term for Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva. Guanyin also refers to the bodhisattva as adopted by other Eastern se: 観音菩薩, 観世音菩薩 or 観自在菩薩, .
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In this book Dudbridge traces the earliest texts of the Miaoshan story in the 12th century. He reconstructs the earliest text, in both Chinese and English. He then goes on to trace the developments of this story relying on precious scroll literature, and focusing on the main changes of the story, rather than looking at local varaiants/5.
This book is an earlier version of Yu Chung-fang's book on Guanyin-the cult of half asia. Kudos to the attention given to the central story of Miao Shan and the variety of ways different people engage with it/5.
The legend of Miaoshan spans the uncertain boundaries between Chinese popular literature, theatre, and religion, and this book directly addresses students of those fields.
But it holds a larger significance for those interested in the position of women in traditional society, and students of comparative literature and folklore will find here a version of the 'King Lear' : Glen Dudbridge.
It also presents a major symbol of the tension in women's lives between individual spiritual fulfillment and the imperatives of family duty. This is a new edition of the first full study of this important and influential Chinese by: 8. Discovering myths of religious celibacy, of filial piety, and of ritual salvation of the dead, this book studies the legend of princess Miaoshan who defied her father by refusing to marry, and It is for students of Chinese popular literature, theatre, and religion.
The legend recorded by Chiang identifies the Legend of Miao-shan book Mountain Monastery as the location of Kuan-yin's manifestation, where she revealed herself in her Great Compassionate form with a thousand arms and eyes, neatly joining the Miao-shan legend with the image of Kuan-yin enshrined in the monastery.
The cult to Miao-shan at Fragrant Mountain Monastery (Hsiang-shan ssu) was first made public in an inscription written by Chiang Chih-ch'i () in Before then this monastery had been known for its splendid statue of Kuan-yin as the Great Compassionate One (Ta-pei) with a legend of Miao-shan book arms and a thousand eyes.
The legend recorded by Chiang identifies the. The youngest was named Miao Shan, meaning ‘wonderful virtue.’ At the moment of her birth, the earth shook, the sky rained down flowers, and a delicate scent filled the air around her.
Many people said these signs indicated a most sacred incarnation. Dudbridge, G. () The Legend of Miao-shan, 2nd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press. and the role of sensory experience in communicating with the spirit world.
The book, which begins with a. Ironically, however, Yü simultaneously advocates the complete opposite view, when she states that “in my analysis of the legend of Miao-shan, I suggest that she challenges both the Confucian family ideology and the Buddhist monastic ideal” ( ).
It is precisely the possibility of explaining Miaoshan's mentality through two polar Cited by: 5. The Legend of Miaoshan: Revised Edition (Oxford Oriental Monographs series) by Glen Dudbridge. In Chinese legend, the legend of Miao-shan book Miaoshan defied her father by refusing to marry, and pursued her austere religious vocation to the death, but returned to life to be his saviour and the saviour of all mankind.
In Chinese legend, the princess Miaoshan defied her father by refusing to marry, and pursued her austere religious vocation to the death, but returned to life to be his saviour and the saviour of all mankind.
The story is inseparable from the female bodhisattva Guanyin, whose cult dominated religious life at all levels in traditional China and is still powerful in rural China today.
Miaoshan. The legend of Miao-shan (Oxford Oriental monographs) Paperback – January 1, by Glen Dudbridge (Author)Cited by: (ebook) Legend of Miaoshan () from Dymocks online store.
In Chinese legend, the princess Miaoshan defied her father. Miao Shan’s Tale. At the birth of Princess Miao Shan, the heavens shook, flowers fell and the air filled with fragrance; a special being had been born.
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Miao Shan blessed the drifting ghosts. They drifted upward and disappeared. On earth, they slipped into the bodies of newborn babies, ready to live again. Miao Shan found herself back in the cave on the earth's surface where she'd been carried by the divine tiger. As she always did, she began to pray.
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In Becoming Kuan Yin, Levine shares the tale of Miao Shan, born centuries ago to a cruel king who wanted her to marry a wealthy but uncaring : Red Wheel/Weiser. The Origin of Kuan Yin: There are many legends about the origin of Kuan Yin, but this in one of the most popular. In 7th century China, a king had three daughters, the youngest named Miao-Shan.
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Her mother was named Pao-ying and she had two sisters, Miao-yen and Miao-yin. Legend has it that Miao Shan was a very kind, gentle, and virtuous young woman who had a strong desire to help others. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Dudbridge, Glen; Format: Book; viii, p.,  p.
of plates: ill. ; 23 cm. The Origin of Miao Shan. There are many legends about the origin of Kwan Yin, but this in one of the most popular. In 7th century China, a king had three daughters, the youngest named Miao-Shan. At the time of Miao-Shan’s birth, the earth trembled and a wonderful.
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Chow Lei is a ten-year-old girl on Hong Kong Island inwho sees her parents murdered. This is the beginning of a sequence of events that leads to her becoming, Miao-Shan, the living Goddess of Justice. 'Miao Shan' book 2, 'Justice For All!', is set to be released for Christmas The Legend of Miao Shan usually ends with Miao Chuang Yen, Miao Shan’s father, falling ill with jaundice.
No physician was able to cure him. Then a monk appeared saying that the jaundice could be cured by making a medicine out of the arm and eye of one without anger.
of death and dying. In Becoming Kuan Yin, he turns to the legend of Kuan Yin, the Bodhisattva venerated by East Asian Buddhists for her compassion. He shares the tale of Miao Shan, born centuries ago to a cruel king who wanted her to marry a wealthy but uncaring man.
This is the story of how Miao Shan refused to follow the path her father had in. A masterful treatment of the story of Miao-shan as written text is by Glen Dudbridge, The Legend of Miao-shan (London: Ithaca Press, ). Therein, by the way, a cogent argument is made for the influence of the aforementioned Lotus Sutra (particularly chapters ) on the original development of.
Noté /5. Retrouvez The Legend of Miaoshan: Revised Edition et des millions de livres en stock sur Achetez neuf ou d'occasionAuthor: Glen Dudbridge. Miao-shan on Stone: Two Early Inscriptions GLEN DUDBRIDGE Oxford University I N a study published a few years ago I set out to examine the origins and development of the Chinese legend of Miao-shan!$4.' The earliest documentary evidence pointed to a crucial moment early in the yearwhen Chiang Chih-ch'i X;L (), briefly.
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No physician was able to cure him. No physician was able to cure him. Then a monk appeared saying that the jaundice could be cured by making a medicine .The legend of Miao-shan The tale of a devout Buddhist girl who separates from her family and through suffering and death finally achieves divine status is a myth of religious celibacy, of filial piety, and of ritual salvation of the dead.The twelfth-century legend of the Buddhist saint Miao Shan, the Chinese princess who lived in about B.C.
and is widely believed to have been Kuan Yin, reinforced the image of the bodhisattva as a female.