The Religious Portions of the Shih King

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THE SHIH KING

OR

BOOK OF POETRY:

ALL THE PIECES AND STANZAS IN IT ILLUSTRATING THE RELIGIOUS VIEWS AND PRACTICES OF THE WRITERS AND THEIR TIMES.


Translated by
James Legge


From the Sacred Books of the East, Vol. 3

First Published 1879


Contents[edit]

Introduction[edit]

Part I: Odes of the Temple and the Altar[edit]

I. The Sacrificial Odes of Shang[edit]
II. The Sacrificial Odes of Kâu[edit]



III. The Praise Odes of Lû[edit]

Part II: Minor Odes of the Kingdom[edit]

The First Decade, or that of Lû-ming[edit]
The Fourth Decade, or that of Khî fû[edit]
The Fifth Decade, or that of Hsiâo Min[edit]
The Sixth Decade, or that of Pei Shan[edit]
The Seventh Decade, or that of Sang Hû[edit]
The Eighth Decade, or that of Po Hwâ[edit]

Part III: Major Odes of the Kingdom[edit]

The First Decade, or that of Wăn Wang[edit]
The Second Decade, or that of Shăng Min[edit]
The Third Decade, or that of Tang[edit]

Part IV: Lessons from the States[edit]

Book II. The Odes of Chow and the South[edit]
Book III. The Odes of Phei[edit]
Book IV. The Odes of Yung[edit]
Book V. The Odes of Wei[edit]
Book VI. The Odes of The Royal Domain[edit]
Book X. The Odes of Thang[edit]
Book XI. The Odes of Khin[edit]
Book XV. The Odes of Pin[edit]


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.