2 edition of language of the Chinese "Secret history of the Mongols" found in the catalog.
language of the Chinese "Secret history of the Mongols"
M. A. K. Halliday
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Cambridge, 1955.
|Statement||by M.A.K. Halliday.|
|Series||Publications of the Philological Society -- 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
Several passages of the Secret History appear in slightly different versions in the 17th-century Mongolian chronicle Altan Tobchi ("Golden Summary"). Scholars of Mongolian history consider the text hugely important for the wealth of information it contains on the history, ethnography, language, literature and varied aspects of the Mongol culture. Rachewiltz’s new edition of The Secret History of the Mongols is a substantial addition to the scholarship of the Mongol Empire, not only in terms of finally being published in a book format, but also the improvements to the translation. Consisting of pages in addition to pages of front matter, it is truly a monumental work.
Voices from the Twelfth-Century Steppe is an essay on interpretation of the Secret History of the Mongols, and on my encounter, as a creative writer, with this primary source. It is available as a digital book for download from the publisher Rounded Globe, or from Amazon. I introduce the essay in this post.. Here’s the note that I have in my books about the Secret History. The Secret History of the Mongols, A Mongolian Epic Chronicle of the 13th Century, Volume 1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers 5/5(1).
This book is a compilation of the poems, articles, and translations of Arthur Waley, a Chinese & Japanese language scholar who also translated The Tale of Genji. Before you buy this book I suggest you Search Inside and check out the table of contents, because Waley's The Secret History (TSH) only involves pages Reviews: 'The Language of the Chinese "Secret History of the Mongols'". 'Secret History' is a personal biography of Genghis Khan and this dissertation abstracts a sys tematic descriptive grammar of (Chinese) language out of the 'colloquial' story (the Chinese version). The analysis is made at six levels: contextualization, graphic analysis, script and.
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The Secret History of the Mongols (Traditional Mongolian: Mongγol-un niγuča tobčiyan, Khalkha Mongolian: Монголын нууц товчоо, Mongolyn nuuts tovchoo) is the oldest surviving literary work in the Mongolian was written for the Mongol royal family some time after the death of Genghis Khan (also known as Temujin).).
The author is anonymous and probably. The Secret History of the Mongols is a primary account covering the history of the Mongols under Genghis Khan and his son Ogadai. Unfortunately, as far as I am aware, there is no original Mongolian version extant and we have had to rely on reconstructions from Chinese versions/5(32).
Introduction. The Secret History of the Mongols is a chronicle written in the 13th century CE (with some later additions) and is the most important and oldest medieval Mongolian text. The book covers the origins of the Mongol people, the rise to power and reign of Genghis Khan (r.
CE) and the reign of his son and successor Ogedei Khan (r. CE). Brill is proud to announce the paperback edition of the much-acclaimed standard work Secret History of the Mongols by Igor de Rachewiltz. The 13th century Secret History of the Mongols, covering the great Činggis Qan's () ancestry and life, stands out as a literary monument of first n partly in prose and partly in epic poetry, it is the major native Cited by: So begins Paul Kahn's elegant and readable adaptation of The Secret History of the Mongols, the Chinese version of which is known as the Yuan Chʼao Pi Shih.
In open verse stanzas of great suppleness and power, Kahn has adapted the scholarly English translation of Francis Woodman Cleaves into colloquial language, making this exciting narrative accessible to all readers.5/5(1).
In this unforgettable book, Arthur Waley brings together a number of his articles, poems and translations. Included in this collection are pieces on the eighth-century Chinese poet Ts' n Sh n and the great Chinese prose writer, Han Y, as well as some of Waley's original poems and stories. But the most compelling is 'The Secret History of the Mongols', consisting of long extracts from a.
Part of the Asian History Commons, and the East Asian Languages and Societies Commons Recommended Citation Rachewiltz, Igor de, "The Secret History of the Mongols: A Mongolian Epic Chronicle of the Thirteenth Century" (). Shorter version edited by John C. Street, University of Wisconsin―Madison.
Books and Monographs. After that, the full text of the 'Secret History' was published by in Leningrad (), ch in Berlin (), t in Paris (). Very important works were the dictionary of the language of the Secret History of the Mongols (Haenisch E. ) and the index to the manuscript compiled by Igor de Rachewiltz ().
The Mongols were a small nomadic tribe in the area of Ergön2 and kölen Na’ur.3 This mongol tribe moved to the Kelüren,4 Onon, and Tula5 districts around the years following ,6 and was one of the many tribal peoples shifting about nomadically during this period.
The people of the felt walled tents were the Tatars, the Onggirads, the. The Secret History of the Mongols ChineseTime An extraordinary historiograpical work in Chinese literature is the Menggu mishi (also read: Menggu bishi) (蒙古秘史) "Secret history of the Mongols", also called Yuanchao mishi/bishi (元朝秘史) "Secret history.
The Secret History of the Mongols (Traditional Mongolian: pinyin: Yuáncháo mìshǐ). The Secret History is regarded as the single significant native Mongolian account of Genghis Khan. Linguistically, it provides the richest source of pre-classical Mongolian and Middle Mongolian.
 The Secret History is regarded as a piece of classic literature in both Mongolia and the rest of the world. In any case, by the fifteenth century the only remaining copies of the Secret History were translations used by Chinese scholars to teach the Mongolian language.
In effect, the Secret History went into hibernation, occasionally poked at by scholars unaware that the. Cover of an edition of The Secret History of the Mongols. Source: Creative Commons. Four English translations are now available of The Secret History of the Mongols, a thirteenth-century Mongolian epic that recounts the biography of Genghis Khan.
1 Beginning with his mythological ancestors, it narrates his miraculous birth, the assassination of his father, his humble childhood and adolescent.
The Secret History of Mongols (The History) is the one surviving literary source of information about the Mongols, dated around The author is unknown, and he gives unique accounts of Genghis Khans life and rule as well as describes the life in medieval Mongolia.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Halliday, M.A.K. (Michael Alexander Kirkwood), Language of the Chinese "Secret history of the Mongols". The Secret History of the Mongols, translation, study, and scholarly notes by Francis Woodman Cleaves (Cambridge, Mass, ), in pdf ation of this work was delayed untilalthough the translation was completed in The core of the History is believed to date from the midth century.
It is ironic that whatever "secrets" this work contained were revealed already in. The Secret History of the Mongols: A Mongolian Epic Chronicle of the Thirteenth Century is a shortened version of the three volumes of Igor de Rachewiltz’s similarly-titled work published by Brill in and It includes the full translation with a few notes, but omits the extensive introduction explaining the nature and origin of the text, the detailed commentary concerning linguistic.
The book known as the "Secret History of the Mongols" (Mongqol-un niuča tobča’an; in Chinese, Yüan ch’ao pi shih 元朝秘史) is the earliest and most important literary monument of the Mongol-speaking was probably composed inand presented at a Great Assembly in north-eastern Mongolia that had been convened to elect a successor to Chinggis Qa’an (our “Genghis.
The surviving versions of The Secret History of the Mongols are written in the Mongolian language but transcribed in Chinese characters. There are only three such versions. An authoritative critical version of The Secret History of the Mongols based on the three versions was done by Eldengtei and Uyundalai (Meng-gu mi-shi jiao-kan ben.
How the Secret History of the Mongols Became Scripture: Inthe Secret History was essentially unknown in Mongolia. Bythe Mongolian government was asking every household to keep a copy in an honored position. The Secret History of the Mongol Queens: How the Daughters of Genghis Khan Rescued His Empire is a book by Jack Weatherford, about the impact and legacy of Genghis Khan's daughters and Mongol queens such as Mandukhai the Wise and Khutulun.
The book references Mongolian, Central Asian, Persian, European and Chinese sources such as Altan Tobchi, Erdeni Tobchi, Erdenyin .Mongolian text of the Secret History of the Mongols from Chinese transcription (he was proceeded by Paul Pelliot in France), still produced a valuable edition of the text and a dictionary of the Mongolian words occurring in it4, among many works.
Also important German scholars, both still liv- ing at the time of writing, are Herbert.The Secret History of the Mongols (Traditional Mongolian: Mongγol-un niγuca tobčiyan, Khalkha Mongolian: Монголын нууц товчоо, Mongolyn nuuts tovchoo) is the oldest surviving Mongolian-language literary work.
It was written for the Mongol royal family some time after Genghis Khan's death in ADby an anonymous author and probably originally in the Uyghur script.