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  • The Peony Pavilion - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Peony_Pavilion

    The Peony Pavilion (Chinese: 牡丹亭; pinyin: Mǔdān tíng; Wade–Giles: Mu-tan t'ing), also named The Return of Soul at the Peony Pavilion, is a romantic ...

  • The Peony Pavilion: Mudan ting by Tang Xianzu

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/259561.The_Peony_Pavilion

    The Peony Pavilion has 152 ratings and 17 reviews. Alice said: I remember vividly a time in my childhood when my grandmother used to take me to watch Ca...

  • The Peony Pavilion - Topic - YouTube

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    The Peony Pavilion, also named The Return of Soul at the Peony Pavilion, is a romantic tragicomedy play written by dramatist Tang Xianzu in 1598, and the plo...

  • The Deaths and Lives of The Peony Pavilion | California ...

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    What you should know first and foremost about The Peony Pavilion, a 16th-century Chinese musical drama about love, death, and resurrection, and arguably the most ...

  • The Peony Pavilion - Wikiquote

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    The flowers glitter brightly in the air, Around the wells and walls deserted here and there. Where is the "pleasant day and pretty sight"? Toward this plum tree by ...

  • The Peony Pavilion - World Digital Library

    https://www.wdl.org/en/item/7112

    The play Mu dan ting huan hun ji (The peony pavilion) is by Tang Xianzu (1550–1616), a native of Linchuan, Jiangsu Province. Tang achieved the degree of jin shi in ...

  • The Peony Pavilion | The Kunqu Society

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    The Peony Pavilion (1598), also known as The Return of the Soul, is written by the prominent playwright Xianzu Tang (1550-1616), a play included in his four dream ...

  • National Ballet of China – review | Culture | The Guardian

    https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2011/aug/15/national-ballet...

    The singular Peony Pavilion, despite the western influences, could come from nowhere else but China, says Judith Mackrell

  • The Peony Pavilion: A Vivid Dream In A Garden : Deceptive ...

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    Peony Pavilion is one of China's most famous operas, but uncut performances of this romantic 16th century work can take more than 22 hours. An adapted ...

  • The Peony Pavilion - Kunqu

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    The Peony Pavilion "The Peony Pavilion" is a masterpiece by Tang Xianzu, the greatest poet playwright of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644).

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