Li, Bai

Li, Bai (701 - 762)

Biography

Li Bai (Chinese: 李白; pinyin: Lǐ Bái and/or Lǐ Bó, 701 – 762, also well known as Li Po) was one of the greatest poets of the Tang dynasty, often called China's "golden age" of poetry. A highly serious, productive, and much estimated poet, Li Bai experimented with the traditional rules of versification. About one thousand extant poems are attributed to him. Thirty-four appear in the popular anthology. Three Hundred Tang Poems. Li Bai's cultural influence extends widely in Chinese diaspora worldwide.

Given Name
Bai
Family Name
Li
Birth Date
701
Death Date
762
Nationality
Literary Period
Literary Movement
First RPO Edition
2012