From Analects on a Chinese Screen: The Hermitage of Awareness: 2
I'll tell you, much the most interesting thing about me
Kung instructs: Go over the old so as to find out what is new.
Thinking of a use for himself one evening citizen Ah Qiu comes to a facing text: The life of a young Chinese poet and his referent.
Have you thought cheerfully, I alone discovered the cargo cult of Walt Whitman, and
saved him from obscurity
Following the same precepts, Ah Qiu put lamp-fires along the sides of Suzhou's misty bridges and waited for the moon to show.
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