• 林徽因(1904年6月10日-1955年4月1日),女,汉族,福建闽县(今福州)人,出生于浙江杭州。容貌姣好,才华横溢,是民国时期的四大美人之首,在诗歌方面有着极高的天赋。原名林徽音,其名出自“《诗·大雅·思齐》:大姒嗣徽音,则百斯男”。后因常被人误认为当时一作家林微音,故改名徽因。 中国著名建筑师、诗人、作家。人民英雄纪念碑和中华人民共和国国徽深化方案的设计者、建筑师梁思成的第一任妻子。三十年代初,同梁思成一起用现代科学方法研究中国古代建筑,成为这个学术领域的开拓者,后来在这方面获得了巨大的学术成就,为中国古代建筑研究奠定了坚实的科学基础。文学上,著有散文、诗歌、小说、剧本、译文和书信等,代表作《你是人间四月天》,《莲灯》,《九十九度中》等。其中,《你是人间四月天》最为大众熟知,广为传诵。

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  • 李白 唐代

    李白(701年-762年),字太白,号青莲居士,唐朝浪漫主义诗人,被后人誉为“诗仙”。祖籍陇西成纪(待考),出生于西域碎叶城,4岁再随父迁至剑南道绵州。李白存世诗文千余篇,有《李太白集》传世。762年病逝,享年61岁。其墓在今安徽当涂,四川江油、湖北安陆有纪念馆。 传:李白(701-762)当然是大家公认的我国古代最伟大的天才诗人之一,大多数人认为他同时也是一位伟大的词人。他祖籍陇西(今甘肃),一说生于中亚,但少年时即生活在蜀地,壮年漫游天下,学道学剑,好酒任侠,笑傲王侯,一度入供奉,但不久便离开了,后竟被流放到夜郎(今贵州)。 他的诗,想象力“欲上青天揽明月”,气势如“黄河之水天上来”,的确无人能及。北宋初年,人们发现《菩萨蛮》“平林漠漠烟如织”和《忆秦娥》“秦娥梦断秦楼月”两词,又尊他为词的始祖。有人怀疑那是后人所托,至今聚讼纷纭。其实,李白的乐府诗,当时已被之管弦,就是词的滥觞了。至于历来被称为“百代词曲之祖”的这两首词,格调高绝,气象阔大,如果不属于李白,又算作谁的作品为好呢?

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  • 李商隐 唐代

    李商隐,字义山,号玉溪生、樊南生,唐代著名诗人,祖籍河内(今河南省焦作市)沁阳,出生于郑州荥阳。他擅长诗歌写作,骈文文学价值也很高,是晚唐最出色的诗人之一,和杜牧合称“小李杜”,与温庭筠合称为“温李”,因诗文与同时期的段成式、温庭筠风格相近,且三人都在家族里排行第十六,故并称为“三十六体”。其诗构思新奇,风格秾丽,尤其是一些爱情诗和无题诗写得缠绵悱恻,优美动人,广为传诵。但部分诗歌过于隐晦迷离,难于索解,至有“诗家总爱西昆好,独恨无人作郑笺”之说。因处于牛李党争的夹缝之中,一生很不得志。死后葬于家乡沁阳(今河南焦作市沁阳与博爱县交界之处)。作品收录为《李义山诗集》。 传:李商隐(812-858)字义山,号玉谿(xi)生,怀州河内(今河南沁阳)人。因受牛李党争排挤,潦倒终身。他的诗长于律、绝,富于文采,风格色彩浓丽,多用典,意旨比较隐晦,以《无题》组诗最为著名。有《李义山诗集》。

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  • 备注简介:2608
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1880-1942
    身份功名:近代教育家、书法家、 高僧。1905年留学日本上叶美专,入同盟会,发起春柳社,演出话剧,回国后,入南社,任浙江两级师范音乐、美术教员。1918年入杭州虎跑寺出家。精研佛学律宗,在福建等地传经。圆寂泉州
    字号别名:名广侯,字叔同 ,号漱筒,法名演音,号弘一 ,世称弘一法师。
    出生籍贯:浙江平湖人 ,生于天津。

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  • 佚名 浮生若梦,为欢几何。

    诗词园

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  • 毛泽东 近现代

    毛泽东,字润之,笔名子任。1893年12月26日生于湖南湘潭韶山冲一个农民家庭。1976年9月9日在北京逝世。中国人民的领袖,马克思主义者,伟大的无产阶级革命家、战略家和理论家,中国共产党、中国人民解放军和中华人民共和国的主要缔造者和领导人,诗人,书法家。中国共产党中央军事委员会主席(1936~1976),中国共产党中央政治局主席(1943~1945)和中央委员会主席(1945~1976),中华人民共和国中央人民政府主席(1949~1954)和中华人民共和国主席(1954~1959)。早期革命活动1911年辛亥革命爆发后,毛泽东加入湖南起义的新军。1913~1918年在湖南第一师范学校学习。1919年在长沙创办《湘江评论》。1920年发起组织新民学会和俄罗斯研究会,积极宣传马克思主义。同年在湖南创建共产主义组织。1921年7月,出席中国共产党第一次全国代表大会。后任中共湘区委员会书记,中国劳动组合书记部湖南分部主任和湖南省工团联合会总干事,领导长沙、安源等地工人运动。国共第一次合作时期1923年6月,毛泽东出席中共三大,当选为中央执行委员,参加中央领导工作。1924年参与中共帮助孙中山改组国民党的活动。在国民党一大、二大上当选为中央候补执行委员,任宣传部代理部长。1926年主办第六届广州农民运动讲习所。11月到上海担任中共中央农民运动委员会书记。1927年到武汉任全国农民协会总干事,主持中央农民运动讲习所。在此期间先后发表《中国社会各阶级的分析》和《湖南农民运动考察报告》,明确提出无产阶级领导权和依靠农民同盟进行革命的主张,批评了陈独秀的右倾投降主义,标志着毛泽东思想的萌芽。建立革命武装和发展农村革命根据地国共合作全面破裂后,中共中央于1927年8月7日在汉口召开紧急会议,毛泽东在会上提出“枪杆子里面出政权”的著名论断,当选为临时中央政治局候补委员。会后到湘赣边发动和领导秋收起义,建立工农革命军第1师,后率部上井冈山,发动土地革命,建立第一个农村革命根据地。1928年4月,率部与朱德、陈毅率领的南昌起义余部会师后,组成中国工农红军第四军,任党代表。5月,在中共湘赣边界第一次代表大会上当选为特委书记,后任中共第四军前敌委员会书记。6月,在中共六大上被选为中央委员。在此期间的革命实践中,毛泽东认真总结经验,先后写了《中国的红色政权为什么能够存在》、《井冈山的斗争》、《星星之火,可以燎原》等著作,创造性地提出了农村包围城市,武装夺取政权的战略思想,开辟了一条具有中国特色的新民主主义革命取得胜利的唯一正确的道路,标志着毛泽东思想开始形成。1930年8月,任中国工农红军第一方面军前委书记兼总政治委员。1931年任中共中央苏区中央局委员,代理书记,中央革命军事委员会副主席兼总政治部主任。同年11月,中华苏维埃共和国临时中央政府在江西瑞金成立,被选为主席。从1930年12月到1933年2月,同朱德领导红一方面军先后粉碎了国民党的四次大规模的军事“围剿”。1933年被补选为中共中央政治局委员。以王明为代表的“左”倾冒险主义反对毛泽东关于中国革命和中国革命战争的指导方针,在他们进入中央革命根据地以后,就把毛泽东排斥于党和红军的领导之外,执行不同的战略和政策,从而导致第五次反“围剿”的失败。1934年10月,中共中央和红一方面军不得不退出苏区,开始长征。1935年1月,长征途中,在贵州遵义召开中共中央政治局扩大会议(见遵义会议),确立了毛泽东的领导地位,结束了王明“左”倾路线的统治。随后又粉碎了张国焘的右倾分裂主义,胜利完成长征。红一、二、四方面军三大主力红军在陕北会师,开创了抗日救亡的新局面。1935年12月,针对日本帝国主义加紧侵华造成的危机,毛泽东在瓦窑堡会议后作《论反对日本帝国主义策略》的报告,阐明建立抗日民族统一战线的理论和政策。1936年任中央军事委员会主席,担任这一职务直至逝世。为了迎接抗日战争,提高干部水平,克服教条主义,1937年写了《实践论》、《矛盾论》哲学著作,丰富和发展了马克思主义的认识论和辩证法。指导开展敌后游击战争,建立抗日根据地1937年7月,抗日战争全面爆发后,毛泽东领导人民开展敌后游击战争,建立抗日根据地。写了《抗日游击战争的战略问题》、《论持久战》等著作,批判了亡国论、速胜论的错误思想,指明了争取抗日战争胜利的途径。1938年11月,为了克服王明的右倾投降主义的错误,在中共六届六中全会上发表《统一战线中的独立自主问题》的讲话。1942年号召全党开展整风运动,使中共在思想上、政治上、组织上达到高度的统一,为战胜困难和取得抗日战争的胜利奠定了基础。1943年3月,当选为中共中央政治局主席、中央书记处主席,以后在历届中央委员会都连续当选为主席直到逝世。抗日战争时期,先后发表了《中国革命和中国共产党》、《新民主主义论》、《论联合政府》等重要著作,阐明了中国新民主主义革命的理论、政策和政治、经济、文化纲领,标志着毛泽东思想的成熟。领导人民解放战争抗日胜利后,毛泽东针对蒋介石企图消灭共产党及其武装力量的现实,提出“针锋相对”的斗争方针。1945年8月,毛泽东亲赴重庆与蒋介石谈判,签订《双十协定》。1946年夏,蒋介石发动全面内战。毛泽东分析了双方力量对比,提出了战略上藐视敌人,战术上重视敌人和打败蒋介石的政治方针与军事原则,在粉碎蒋介石全面进攻、重点进攻后立即转入战略反攻。1948年9月~1949年1月,指挥辽沈战役、淮海战役、平津战役三大战役,取得了战略决战的胜利。接着,号召“将革命进行到底”,发动渡江战役,命令中国人民解放军进军大西南、大西北,推翻了国民党政府。1949年3月,主持召开中共七届二中全会,并作重要报告,决定把党的工作重心从农村转向城市,规定了党在全中国胜利以后的各项基本政策。同年6月,发表《论人民民主专政》,阐明中华人民共和国政权的性质及其内外政策。9月,主持召开中国人民政治协商会议第一届全体会议,制定并通过了《中国人民政治协商会议共同纲领》,选举产生了中央人民政府,当选为主席。10月1日,在北京天安门向全世界庄严宣告中华人民共和国成立。中华人民共和国建立后的功绩与过失中华人民共和国建立后的头三年,以他为首的中共中央和中央人民政府领导全国人民一面在国内完成了繁重的土地制度改革和其他民主改革任务,一面迫于美国军队攻入北朝鲜、威胁中国东北部的形势,进行了抗美援朝战争,同时迅速恢复了国民经济。1953年,按照他的建议,中共中央宣布了党在过渡时期的总路线,开始有系统地实行社会主义工业化和对生产资料私有制的社会主义改造。1954年,第一届全国人民代表大会第一次会议通过了由他主持起草的《中华人民共和国宪法》,并选举他为中华人民共和国第一任主席,任职到1959年。1956年4月作《论十大关系》的讲话,对适合中国国情的建设社会主义的道路进行了一些初步的探索。同年9月,生产资料私有制的社会主义改造基本完成,中共召开第八次全国代表大会,指出全国人民的主要任务已经转变为集中力量发展社会生产力。但是这个方针并没有得到认真的执行,因而导致了以后的一系列指导工作上的错误和挫折。1957年2月,他作《关于正确处理人民内部矛盾的问题》的讲话,提出正确区分和处理社会主义社会中人民内部和敌我两类不同性质矛盾的学说,这个学说在他以后的活动中也没有得到真正的实行。中南海丰泽园。1958年,他发动大跃进和农村人民公社化运动。从1960年冬到1965年,在中共中央的领导下,对国民经济实行“调整、巩固、充实、提高”的方针,初步纠正“大跃进”和人民公社化运动中的错误,使国民经济得到比较迅速的恢复和发展。在这期间,他提出了一系列措施,初步纠正了农村工作中和其他方面的“左”的错误。但不久,他又把主要的注意力转向了他所认为已经再次成为国内主要矛盾的新的阶级斗争。从50年代末开始,他领导中共同苏共领导人奉行的大国主义和干涉、控制中国的企图进行了坚决斗争。70年代,提出三个世界划分的战略思想(见三个世界理论),并且开始打开了对外工作的新局面,为中国进行现代化建设创造了有利的国际条件。1966年由于对国内国外形势作出了极端的估计,他错误发动了文化大革命,被林彪、江青两个反革命集团操纵和利用,造成10年之久的全国大动乱,使中国的许多方面受到严重的破坏和损失。毛泽东始终坚持反对帝国主义、霸权主义,维护民族的独立和国家的主权,维护世界和平。就他一生来看,他对中国革命建立的不可磨灭的巨大功绩,远远大于他的过失,他仍然受到中国人民的崇高尊敬。1981年6月,中共中央十一届六中全会通过的《关于建国以来党的若干历史问题的决议》,对毛泽东的历史地位作出全面、公正、实事求是的科学结论。毛泽东思想作为马克思主义在中国的发展,仍然是中国共产党的指导思想,是中国人民宝贵的精神财富。其主要著作收入《毛泽东选集》,其他已公开发行的著作有《毛泽东书信选集》、《毛泽东农村调查文集》、《毛泽东新闻工作文选》和《毛泽东诗词选》等。毛泽东有三子二女。长子在朝鲜战争中牺牲。

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  • 苏轼 宋代

    苏轼(1037-1101),北宋文学家、书画家、美食家。字子瞻,号东坡居士。汉族,四川人,葬于颍昌(今河南省平顶山市郏县)。一生仕途坎坷,学识渊博,天资极高,诗文书画皆精。其文汪洋恣肆,明白畅达,与欧阳修并称欧苏,为“唐宋八大家”之一;诗清新豪健,善用夸张、比喻,艺术表现独具风格,与黄庭坚并称苏黄;词开豪放一派,对后世有巨大影响,与辛弃疾并称苏辛;书法擅长行书、楷书,能自创新意,用笔丰腴跌宕,有天真烂漫之趣,与黄庭坚、米芾、蔡襄并称宋四家;画学文同,论画主张神似,提倡“士人画”。著有《苏东坡全集》和《东坡乐府》等。 传:苏轼(1037—1101)字子瞻,号东坡居士,眉州眉山(今四川眉山)人。父苏洵,弟苏辙都是著名的散文家。他是宋仁宗嘉佑二年(1057年)的进士,官至翰林学士、知制诰、礼部尚书。曾上书力言王安石新法之弊后因作诗刺新法下御史狱,遭贬。卒后追谥文忠。北宋中期的文坛领袖,文学巨匠,唐宋八大家之一。其文纵横恣肆,其诗题材广阔,清新豪健,善用夸张、比喻,独具风格。词开豪放一派,与辛弃疾并称“苏辛”,有《东坡全集》、《东坡乐府》。

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  • 孟浩然 唐代

    孟浩然(689-740),男,汉族,唐代诗人。本名不详(一说名浩),字浩然,襄州襄阳(今湖北襄阳)人,世称“孟襄阳”。浩然,少好节义,喜济人患难,工于诗。年四十游京师,唐玄宗诏咏其诗,至“不才明主弃”之语,玄宗谓:“卿自不求仕,朕未尝弃卿,奈何诬我?”因放还未仕,后隐居鹿门山,著诗二百余首。孟浩然与另一位山水田园诗人王维合称为“王孟”。 传:孟浩然(689-740)本名浩,字浩然,襄阳人。是盛唐山水田园诗派的主要作家之一。诗与王维齐名,号王孟。其诗每无意求工而清超越俗,正复出人意表,清闲浅淡中,自有泉流石上,风来松下之音。有《孟浩然集》。

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  • 徐志摩 近现代

    徐志摩 (1897~1931)现代诗人、散文家。名章垿,笔名南湖、云中鹤等。浙江海宁人。1915年毕业于杭州一中、先后就读于上海沪江大学、天津北洋大学和北京大学。1918年赴美国学习银行学。1921年赴英国留学,入伦敦剑桥大学当特别生,研究政治经济学。在剑桥两年深受西方教育的熏陶及欧美浪漫主义和唯美派诗人的影响。 1921年开始创作新诗。1922年返国后在报刊上发表大量诗文。1923年,参与发起成立新月社。加入文学研究会。1924年与胡适、陈西滢等创办《现代评论》周刊,任北京大学教授。印度大诗人泰戈尔访华时任翻译。1925年赴欧洲、游历苏、德、意、法等国。1926年在北京主编《晨报》副刊《诗镌》,与闻一多、朱湘等人开展新诗格律化运动,影响到新诗艺术的发展。同年移居上海,任光华大学、大夏大学和南京中央大学教授。1927年参加创办新月书店。次年《新月》月刊创刊后任主编。并出国游历英、美、日、印诸国。1930年任中华文化基金委员会委员,被选为英国诗社社员。同年冬到北京大学与北京女子大学任教。1931年初,与陈梦家、方玮德创办《诗刊》季刊,被推选为笔会中国分会理事。同年11月19日,由南京乘飞机到北平,因遇雾在济南附近触山,机坠身亡。著有诗集《志摩的诗》,《翡冷翠的一夜》、《猛虎集》、《云游》,散文集《落叶》、《巴黎的鳞爪》、《自剖》、《秋》,小说散文集《轮盘》,戏剧《卞昆冈》(与陆小曼合写),日记《爱眉小札》、《志摩日记》,译著《曼殊斐尔小说集》等。他的作品已编为《徐志摩文集》出版。徐诗字句清新,韵律谐和,比喻新奇,想象丰富,意境优美,神思飘逸,富于变化,并追求艺术形式的整饬、华美,具有鲜明的艺术个性,为新月派的代表诗人。他的散文也自成一格,取得了不亚于诗歌的成就,其中《自剖》、《想飞》、《我所知道的康桥》、《翡冷翠山居闲话》等都是传世的名篇。

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  • 元好问 金朝

    元好问,字裕之,号遗山,太原秀容(今山西忻州)人;系出北魏鲜卑族拓跋氏,元好问过继叔父元格;七岁能诗,十四岁从学郝天挺,六载而业成;兴定五年(1221)进士,不就选;正大元年(1224 ),中博学宏词科,授儒林郎,充国史院编修,历镇平、南阳、内乡县令。八年(1231)秋,受诏入都,除尚书省掾、左司都事,转员外郎;金亡不仕,元宪宗七年卒于获鹿寓舍;工诗文,在金元之际颇负重望;诗词风格沉郁,并多伤时感事之作。其《论诗》绝句三十首在中国文学批评史上颇有地位;作有《遗山集》又名《遗山先生文集》,编有《中州集》。 传:元好问(1190-1257)字裕之,号遗山,太原秀容(今山西忻州)人。系出北魏鲜卑族拓跋氏,唐诗使人元结合裔。高祖元谊,北宋宣和年间官忻州神武军使,定居秀容。好问出生七月,过继叔父元格。格历任掖县、陵川令,卫绍王大安二年(1210)卒于陇城 。好问七岁能诗 ,有神童之目。十四岁从学郝天挺 ,六载而业成。兴定五年(1221)进士,不就选。正大元年(1224 ),中博学宏词科,授儒林郎,充国史院编修 ,历镇平、南阳、内乡县令。八年(1231)秋,受诏入都,除尚书省掾、左司都事,转员外郎。金亡不仕 ,以著述存史自任 。采摭金源君臣遗言往行,至百余万言,元人编修《金史》多本其著。纂成《中州集》十卷 ,附《中州乐府》,有金一代诗词多赖以存。元宪宗七年卒于获鹿(今属河北)寓舍,年六十八。《金史》卷一二六附传元德明。缪钺谓:“金自大定 、明昌以还,文风蔚起,遂于末造笃生遗山,卓为一代宗匠。其诗嗣响子美,方轨放翁,古文浑雅,乐府疏快,国亡以文献自任。所著《壬辰杂编》虽失传 ,而元人纂修《金史 》,多本其书,故独称雅正。诗文史学,萃于一身,非第元明之后无与颉颃,两汉以来 ,固不数数觏也 。”著有《遗山文集》四十卷,《遗山乐府》五卷,《续夷坚志》四卷。《全金元词》收录三百八十馀首,最为完备。

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  • 白居易 唐代

    白居易(772~846),字乐天,晚年又号称香山居士,河南郑州新郑人,是我国唐代伟大的现实主义诗人,他的诗歌题材广泛,形式多样,语言平易通俗,有“诗魔”和“诗王”之称。官至翰林学士、左赞善大夫。有《白氏长庆集》传世,代表诗作有《长恨歌》、《卖炭翁》、《琵琶行》等。白居易祖籍山西、陕西、出生于河南郑州新郑,葬于洛阳。白居易故居纪念馆坐落于洛阳市郊。白园(白居易墓)坐落在洛阳城南香山的琵琶峰。 传:白居易(772—846)字乐天,号香山居士,今陕西渭南人。早年热心济世,强调诗歌的政治功能,并力求通俗,所作《新乐府》、《秦中吟》共六十首,确实做到了“唯歌生民病”、“句句必尽规”,与杜甫的“三吏”、“三别”同为著名的诗史。长篇叙事诗《长恨歌》、《瑟瑟行》则代表他艺术上的最高成就。中年在官场中受了挫折,“宦途自此心长别,世事从今口不开”,但仍写了许多好诗,为百姓做过许多好事,杭州西湖至今留着纪念他的白堤。晚年寄情山水,也写过一些小词。赠刘禹锡诗云: “古歌旧曲君休听, 听取新词《杨柳枝》”,可见他曾自度一些新词。其中《花非花》一首,颇具朦胧之美,后世词人如欧阳修、张先、杨慎,都极为赞赏。

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  • 杜甫 唐代

    杜甫(712-770),字子美,自号少陵野老,世称“杜工部”、“杜少陵”等,汉族,河南府巩县(今河南省巩义市)人,唐代伟大的现实主义诗人,杜甫被世人尊为“诗圣”,其诗被称为“诗史”。杜甫与李白合称“李杜”,为了跟另外两位诗人李商隐与杜牧即“小李杜”区别开来,杜甫与李白又合称“大李杜”。他忧国忧民,人格高尚,他的约1400余首诗被保留了下来,诗艺精湛,在中国古典诗歌中备受推崇,影响深远。759-766年间曾居成都,后世有杜甫草堂纪念。 传:杜甫(712-770)字子美,原籍襄阳。一生坎坷。其诗显示了唐代由盛转衰的历史过程,被称为“诗史”。以古体、律诗见长,风格多样,而以沉郁为主。被后世诗家尊为“诗圣”。有《杜工部集》。

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  • 备注简介:27009
    所属时代:清代
    生卒时间:1832-1898
    身份功名:清代王侯,清宣宗第六子,咸丰时封恭亲王。英法联军陷京后,为全权大臣与英、法、俄签定《北京条约》,与慈禧太后共谋发动祺祥政变,授议政王,任军机大臣,总理衙门大臣。
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  • Robert Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963 / San Francisco) 国外

    Robert Lee Frost was an American poet. He is highly regarded for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech. His work frequently employed settings from rural life in New England in the early twentieth century, using them to examine complex social and philosophical themes. A popular and often-quoted poet, Frost was honored frequently during his lifetime, receiving four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry. Early years Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California, to journalist William Prescott Frost, Jr., and Isabelle Moodie. His mother was of Scottish descent, and his father descended from Nicholas Frost of Tiverton, Devon, England, who had sailed to New Hampshire in 1634 on the Wolfrana. Frost's father was a teacher and later an editor of the San Francisco Evening Bulletin (which afterwards merged into the San Francisco Examiner), and an unsuccessful candidate for city tax collector. After his father's death in May 5, 1885, in due time the family moved across the country to Lawrence, Massachusetts under the patronage of (Robert's grandfather) William Frost, Sr., who was an overseer at a New England mill. Frost graduated from Lawrence High School in 1892. Frost's mother joined the Swedenborgian church and had him baptized in it, but he left it as an adult. Despite his later association with rural life, Frost grew up in the city, and published his first poem in his high school's magazine. He attended Dartmouth College long enough to be accepted into the Theta Delta Chi fraternity. Frost returned home to teach and to work at various jobs including delivering newspapers and factory labor. He did not enjoy these jobs at all, feeling his true calling as a poet. Adult years In 1894 he sold his first poem, "My Butterfly: An Elegy" (published in the November 8, 1894 edition of the New York Independent) for fifteen dollars. Proud of this accomplishment he proposed marriage to Elinor Miriam White, but she demurred, wanting to finish college (at St. Lawrence University) before they married. Frost then went on an excursion to the Great Dismal Swamp in Virginia, and asked Elinor again upon his return. Having graduated she agreed, and they were married at Harvard University[citation needed], where he attended liberal arts studies for two years. He did well at Harvard, but left to support his growing family. Grandfather Frost had, shortly before his death, purchased a farm for the young couple in Derry, New Hampshire; and Robert worked the farm for nine years, while writing early in the mornings and producing many of the poems that would later become famous. Ultimately his farming proved unsuccessful and he returned to education as an English teacher, at Pinkerton Academy from 1906 to 1911, then at the New Hampshire Normal School (now Plymouth State University) in Plymouth, New Hampshire. In 1912 Frost sailed with his family to Great Britain, living first in Glasgow before settling in Beaconsfield outside London. His first book of poetry, A Boy's Will, was published the next year. In England he made some important acquaintances, including Edward Thomas (a member of the group known as the Dymock Poets), T.E. Hulme, and Ezra Pound. Pound would become the first American to write a (favorable) review of Frost's work. Surrounded by his peers, Frost wrote some of his best work while in England. As World War I began, Frost returned to America in 1915. He bought a farm in Franconia, New Hampshire, where he launched a career of writing, teaching, and lecturing. This family homestead served as the Frosts' summer home until 1938, and is maintained today as 'The Frost Place', a museum and poetry conference site at Franconia. During the years 1916–20, 1923–24, and 1927–1938, Frost taught English at Amherst College, Massachusetts, notably encouraging his students to account for the sounds of the human voice in their writing. For forty-two years, from 1921 to 1963, Frost spent almost every summer and fall teaching at the Bread Loaf School of English of Middlebury College, at the mountain campus at Ripton, Vermont. He is credited as a major influence upon the development of the school and its writing programs; the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference gained renown during Frost's tenure there.[citation needed] The college now owns and maintains his former Ripton farmstead as a national historic site near the Bread Loaf campus. In 1921 Frost accepted a fellowship teaching post at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he resided until 1927; while there he was awarded a lifetime appointment at the University as a Fellow in Letters. The Robert Frost Ann Arbor home is now situated at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Frost returned to Amherst in 1927. In 1940 he bought a 5-acre (2.0 ha) plot in South Miami, Florida, naming it Pencil Pines; he spent his winters there for the rest of his life. Harvard's 1965 alumni directory indicates Frost received an honorary degree there. He also received honorary degrees from Bates College and from Oxford and Cambridge universities; and he was the first person to receive two honorary degrees from Dartmouth College. During his lifetime the Robert Frost Middle School in Fairfax, Virginia, and the main library of Amherst College were named after him. Frost was 86 when he spoke and performed a reading of his poetry at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961. Some two years later, on January 29, 1963, he died, in Boston, of complications from prostate surgery. He was buried at the Old Bennington Cemetery in Bennington, Vermont. His epitaph reads, "I had a lover's quarrel with the world." Frost's poems are critiqued in the "Anthology of Modern American Poetry", Oxford University Press, where it is mentioned that behind a sometimes charmingly familiar and rural façade, Frost's poetry frequently presents pessimistic and menacing undertones which often are not recognized nor analyzed. One of the original collections of Frost materials, to which he himself contributed, is found in the Special Collections department of the Jones Library in Amherst, Massachusetts. The collection consists of approximately twelve thousand items, including original manuscript poems and letters, correspondence, and photographs, as well as audio and visual recordings This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia Robert Frost; it is used under theCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA.

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  • 席慕容 现代

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  • 陆游 宋代

    陆游(1125—1210),字务观,号放翁。汉族,越州山阴(今浙江绍兴)人,南宋著名诗人。少时受家庭爱国思想熏陶,高宗时应礼部试,为秦桧所黜。孝宗时赐进士出身。中年入蜀,投身军旅生活,官至宝章阁待制。晚年退居家乡。创作诗歌今存九千多首,内容极为丰富。著有《剑南诗稿》、《渭南文集》、《南唐书》、《老学庵笔记》等。 传:陆游(1125-1210)字务观,号放翁,越州山阴(今浙江绍兴)人。绍兴中应礼部试,为秦桧所黜。后孝宗即位,赐进士出身,曾任镇江、隆兴通判,官至宝章阁待制。晚年退居家乡。他是南宋的大诗人,词也很有成就。有《剑南诗稿》、《放翁词》传世。

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  • Robert Burns (1759-1796 / Ayrshire / Scotland) 国外

    Burns, sometimes known as the 'ploughman poet', was the eldest son of a poverty-stricken farmer. Though his father had moved to Ayrshire, where Burns was born, in order to attempt to improve his fortunes, he eventually died as a bankrupt - after taking on first one farm and then, unsuccessful, moving to another - in 1784. Robert, who had been to school since the age of six, and was also educated at home by a teacher, had, by the age of fifteen, already become the farm's chief labourer. He had also acquired a reading knowledge of French and Latin and had read Shakespeare, Dryden, Milton and the Bible. After his father's death, he and his brother continued farming together, working now at Mossigiel. The poverty of Burns' early life, though far from being overcome, had produced in him a supporter of the French Revolution and a rebel against both Calvinism and the social order of his time. His rebellious nature soon became evident in his acts. Burns' first illegitimate child was borne to him by Elizabeth Paton in 1785. Two sets of twins later followed, and various amorous intrigues, from Jean Amour, whom he afterward married. It was also during this period that Burns' first achieved literary success. Though he had thought of emigration to Jamaica as a possible way to avoid his mounting problems, he published his Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect on July 31 1786 at Kilmarnock. This volume contained, among others, 'The Cotter's Saturday Night', 'To a Mouse', 'To a Mountain Daisy' and 'The Holy Fair', all of which were written at Mossigiel. The volume brought him immediate success. After 1787 Burns, married in 1788 and having moved to Ellisland with his bride, worked chiefly for James Johnson, whom he met in Edinburgh, and, later, for George Thomson. It was for these men that Burns compiled and added to the two great compilations of Scottish songs: Thomson's Scott's Musical Museum and Johnson's Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs for the Voice. Alongside this work, which Burns did on an unpaid basis, he also worked, from 1791 onward, as an Excise Officer. This allowed him to give up farming and move to the Dumfries. He died from rheumatic fever just five years later, having also published, again in 1791, his last major work, a narrative poem entitled 'Tom O'Shanter'. This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia Robert Burns; it is used under theCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA.

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  • 刘长卿 唐代

    刘长卿(大约726~大约786)字文房。汉族,宣城(今属安徽)人,郡望河间(今属河北)。唐代著名诗人,擅五律,工五言。官至监察御史。与诗仙李白交厚,有《唐刘随州诗集》传世,其诗五卷入《全唐诗》。 传:刘长卿(709-780)字文房,河间人。开元中进士。历任监察御史。终随州刺史。据《全唐诗话》载:长卿以诗驰声上元、宝应间。皇甫湜云:“诗未有刘长卿一句,已呼宋玉为老兵矣;语未有骆宾王一字,已骂宋玉为罪人矣。”其名重如此。诗多政治失意之感,也有反映离乱之作。以五言著称,有《刘随州集》。

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  • 备注简介:15701新凤霞擅演剧目有:《刘巧儿》、《花为媒》、《杨三姐告状》、《金沙江畔》、《志愿军的未婚妻》、《会计姑娘》、《祥林嫂》等。
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1927.12—1998.4.12
    身份功名:女评剧表演艺术家,7岁学京剧,13岁学评剧,15岁起任主演,新中国历任北京成京凤鸣评剧团团长,首都实验评剧团团长,解放军总政评剧团团长,中国评剧团和中国评剧院演员。
    字号别名:原名杨淑敏,小名杨小凤。
    出生籍贯:江苏苏州人

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  • Maya Angelou (4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014) 国外

    (born Marguerite Ann Johnson on April 4, 1928) was an American author and poet who has been called "America's most visible black female autobiographer" by scholar Joanne M. Braxton. She is best known for her series of six autobiographical volumes, which focus on her childhood and early adult experiences. The first and most highly acclaimed, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), tells of her first seventeen years. It brought her international recognition, and was nominated for a National Book Award. She has been awarded over 30 honorary degrees and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for her 1971 volume of poetry, Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Diiie. Angelou was a member of the Harlem Writers Guild in the late 1950s, was active in the Civil Rights movement, and served as Northern Coordinator of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Since 1991, she has taught at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where she holds the first lifetime Reynolds Professorship of American Studies. Since the 1990s she has made around eighty appearances a year on the lecture circuit. In 1993, Angelou recited her poem "On the Pulse of Morning" at President Bill Clinton's inauguration, the first poet to make an inaugural recitation since Robert Frost at John F. Kennedy's inauguration in 1961. In 1995, she was recognized for having the longest-running record (two years) on The New York Times Paperback Nonfiction Bestseller List. With the publication of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Angelou was heralded as a new kind of memoirist, one of the first African American women who was able to publicly discuss her personal life. She is highly respected as a spokesperson for Black people and women. Angelou's work is often characterized as autobiographical fiction. She has, however, made a deliberate attempt to challenge the common structure of the autobiography by critiquing, changing, and expanding the genre. Her books, centered on themes such as identity, family, and racism, are often used as set texts in schools and universities internationally. Some of her more controversial work has been challenged or banned in US schools and libraries. This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia Maya Angelou; it is used under theCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA.

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  • 黄庭坚 宋代

    黄庭坚 (1045-1105),字鲁直,自号山谷道人,晚号涪翁,又称豫章黄先生,汉族,洪州分宁(今江西修水)人。北宋诗人、词人、书法家,为盛极一时的江西诗派开山之祖,而且,他跟杜甫、陈师道和陈与义素有“一祖三宗”(黄为其中一宗)之称。英宗治平四年(1067)进士。历官叶县尉、北京国子监教授、校书郎、著作佐郎、秘书丞、涪州别驾、黔州安置等。诗歌方面,他与苏轼并称为“苏黄”;书法方面,他则与苏轼、米芾、蔡襄并称为“宋代四大家”;词作方面,虽曾与秦观并称“秦黄”,但黄氏的词作成就却远逊于秦氏。 传:黄庭坚(1045-1105)字鲁直,自号山谷道人,晚号涪翁,洪州分宁(今江西修水)人。英宗治平进士。曾任地方官和国史编修官。在党争中,以修《神宗实录》不实罪名被贬。最后死于西南贬所。黄庭坚以诗文受知于苏轼,为“苏门四学士”之一,其诗宗法杜甫,并有“夺胎换骨”“点石成金”“无一字无来处”之论。风格奇硬拗涩。他开创了江西诗派,在两宋诗坛影响很大。词与秦观齐名,少年时多做艳词,晚年词风接近苏轼。有《山谷集》,自选其诗文名《山谷精华录》,词集名《山谷琴趣外篇》(即《山谷词》)。又擅长行,草书,为“宋四家”之一,书迹有《华严疏》《松风阁诗》及《廉颇蔺相如传》等。

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  • 备注简介:24226张仁和对浅海与深海水声物理规律做了系统研究,在国际上领先发表简正波衰减与群速的普遍表式,阐明了浅海声速结构与边界条件对声场影响的规律,给出了清晰的简正波物理图象,已成为射线-简正波理论的基本公式;最先发现负跃层浅海中信号波形的多途结构,给出了简明的计算公式,能准确地预报波形结构;从物理上预言了在一定距离范围内,浅海声场的空间相关随距离增大而增强,远距离低频声场具有很强的空间相干性,经海上实验已得到证明,领先获得最大间距达600米、最远距离达130公里的空间相干实验结果。获国家级奖2项,部委级奖3项,在国内外会议和刊物上发表论文140余篇。
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1936.11.5—
    身份功名:声学家,中国科学院院士(1991),中国科学院声学研究所研究员,声场声信息国家重点实验室主任,毕业于北京大学物理系。
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    出生籍贯:重庆人

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  • William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827 / London) 国外

    an English poet, painter, and printmaker. Largely unrecognised during his lifetime, Blake is now considered a seminal figure in the history of both the poetry and visual arts of the Romantic Age. His prophetic poetry has been said to form "what is in proportion to its merits the least read body of poetry in the English language". His visual artistry has led one contemporary art critic to proclaim him "far and away the greatest artist Britain has ever produced". Although he lived in London his entire life except for three years spent in Felpham he produced a diverse and symbolically rich corpus, which embraced the imagination as "the body of God", or "Human existence itself". Considered mad by contemporaries for his idiosyncratic views, Blake is held in high regard by later critics for his expressiveness and creativity, and for the philosophical and mystical undercurrents within his work. His paintings and poetry have been characterised as part of both the Romantic movement and "Pre-Romantic",[6] for its large appearance in the 18th century. Reverent of the Bible but hostile to the Church of England - indeed, to all forms of organised religion - Blake was influenced by the ideals and ambitions of the French and American revolutions, as well as by such thinkers as Jakob Böhme and Emanuel Swedenborg. Despite these known influences, the singularity of Blake's work makes him difficult to classify. The 19th century scholar William Rossetti characterised Blake as a "glorious luminary," and as "a man not forestalled by predecessors, nor to be classed with contemporaries, nor to be replaced by known or readily surmisable successors". William Blake and his works have been extensively discussed and criticised over the twentieth and now this century, however previous to that he was barely known. He first became known in 1863 with Alexander Gilchrist’s biography “Life” and only fully appreciated and recognised at the beginning of the twentieth century. It seems his art had been too adventurous and unconventional for the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, maybe you could even say he was ahead of his time? Either way, today he is a hugely famous figure of Romantic literature, whose work is open to various interpretations, which has been known to take a lifetime to establish. As well as his works being difficult to interpret, him as a person has also provoked much debate. Henry Crabb Robinson, who was a diarist and friend of Blake’s at the end of his life asked the question many students of Blake are still unable to conclusively answer: “Shall I call him artist or genius – or mystic – or madman?” (Lucas, 1998 p. 1) Born on 28th November 1757 in Soho in London, he had a grounded and happy upbringing. Although always a well read and intelligent man, Blake left school at the early age of ten to attend the Henry Pars Drawing Academy for five years. The artists he admired as a child included Raphael, Michelangelo, Giulio, Romano and Dürer. He started writing poetry at the age of twelve and in 1783 his friends paid for his first collection of verses to be printed, which was entitled “Poetical Sketches” and is now seen as a major poetical event of the 18th century. Despite his obvious talents as a poet, his official profession was as an engraver because he could not afford to do a painter’s apprenticeship and therefore began his apprenticeship with the engraver James Basire in 1772. After completing his apprenticeship six years later, he joined the Royal Academy of Art. At this point his art and engraving remained separate – he wrote and drew for pleasure and simply engraved to earn a living. In 1784 he opened his own shop and in the same year completed “Island in the Moon”, which ridiculed his contemporaries of the art and literature social circles he mixed with. Two years previous to this, he married Catherine Boucher. Now Blake was an established engraver, he began experimenting with printing techniques and it was not long before he compiled his first illuminated book, 'Songs of Innocence' in 1788. Blake wanted to take his poetry beyond being just words on a page and felt they needed to be illustrated to create his desired effect. Shortly after he completed 'The Book of Thel' and from 1790-3, 'The Marriage of Heaven and Hell', which followed on from his significant Prophetic books. These books were a collection of writings on his philosophical ideas and although they have nothing to do with his poetry, it was a sign of his increasing awareness of the social injustices of his time, which led to the completion of his 'Songs of Experience' in 1794. One of Blake’s main influences was the society in which he lived. He lived during revolutionary times and witnessed the downfall of London during Britain’s war with republican France. His disgust with society grew as he matured and 'The Songs of Innocence and Experience' depict this transition. As well as having radical religious ideas for the time (he did not believe in “religion of nature or reason, but thought man’s nature was imaginative and mystical” (Lister 1968, p.27)), he also had radical political ideas due to the day-to-day poverty he was forced to witness. “Living near the end of a century, born in a period of imperialistic wars, coming to maturity during the American Revolution and to the full bloom of his genius during the French Revolution, aware of impending economic change and sick to the bone of ruling hypocrisy, he viewed the evnts of his own days as the fulfilment of prophecy…” (Hagstrum 1964, p. 97-98) Blake’s preoccupation with good and evil as well as his strong philosophical and religious beliefs remained throughout his life and he never stopped depicting them in his poetry and engravings. He died at the age of sixty-nine in 1827 and although the Blake family name died with him, his legacy as a fascinating, complex man of many artistic talents will no doubt remain strong well into this century. Other famous works include 'Europe', 'America', 'Visions of the Daughters of Albion' and 'The Book of Urizen'. Although Blake is not well known for being a specifically grotesque artist, it is his experiences and disgust with London society in the late eighteenth century that clearly emulates elements of the grotesque. As it would be impossible to discuss all of Blake’s works, this study will focus on 'Songs of Innocence and Experience', particularly 'Songs of Experience' to learn how he portrayed his views on society and how the grotesque falls into that. This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia William Blake; it is used under theCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA.

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  • 备注简介:28441940年蒋介石与宋庆龄、宋美龄、宋蔼龄等在重庆检阅新军照片。
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1887—1975
    身份功名:国民党总裁,历任粤军参谋长、黄埔军校校长、国民革命家1军军长、总司令、国民政府主席、中央政治会议主席、中国战区最高司令官、国民党政府总统。
    字号别名:名中正,原名瑞元,学名志清。
    出生籍贯:浙江奉化人,病逝台北。

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  • 柳永 宋代

    柳永,(约987年—约1053年)北宋著名词人,婉约派创始人物。汉族,崇安(今福建武夷山)人,原名三变,字景庄,后改名永,字耆卿,排行第七,又称柳七。宋仁宗朝进士,官至屯田员外郎,故世称柳屯田。他自称“奉旨填词柳三变”,以毕生精力作词,并以“白衣卿相”自诩。其词多描绘城市风光和歌妓生活,尤长于抒写羁旅行役之情,创作慢词独多。铺叙刻画,情景交融,语言通俗,音律谐婉,在当时流传极其广泛,人称“凡有井水饮处,皆能歌柳词”,婉约派最具代表性的人物之一,对宋词的发展有重大影响,代表作 《雨霖铃》《八声甘州》。 传:柳永(987?-1053?)字耆卿,福建崇安人。出身官宦之家,为人放荡不羁,留连于秦楼楚馆,终生潦倒。曾官至屯田员外郎,故又称柳屯田。创作慢词独多,对宋代慢词的发展颇有影响。擅长白描手法,铺叙刻划,情景交融,以俚语入词,多吸收生活中的语言。其词当时广为流传,影响颇大,在词史上占有重要地位。有《乐章集》。

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  • 王冕 元代

    元代诗人、文学家、书法家、画家王冕,字元章,号煮石山农,浙江诸暨人。出身农家。幼年丧父,在秦家放牛,每天利用放牛的时间画荷花,晚至寺院长明灯下读书,学识深邃,能诗,青团墨梅。隐居九里山,以卖画为生。画梅以胭脂作梅花骨体,或花密枝繁,别具风格,亦善写竹石。兼能刻印,用花乳石作印材,相传是他始创。著有《竹斋集》《墨梅图题诗》等。 传:(1287--1359) 元画家、诗人。字元章,号煮石山农、饭牛翁、会稽外史 、梅花屋主等,诸暨(今属浙江)人。出身农家,白天放牛,晚至佛寺长明灯下读书。后从韩性学。试进士不第,即弃去,读古兵法。曾游大都(今北京),泰不花荐以词馆职,不就。归隐九里山,作画易米为生。朱元克婺州(路治今浙江金华),授以谘议参军,旋卒。工画墨梅,学扬无咎,花密枝繁,别具风格,曾用胭脂作没骨梅,亦佳妙。又善写竹石。兼能刻印,以花乳石(青田石一类)作印材,相传由其创始。其诗多描写隐逸生活,也能反映人民疾苦,语言质朴,不拘常格。所著有《竹斋集》。

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  • 备注简介:2413刘少奇新中国历任中共中央副主席、全国人大常委会委员长、中华人民共和国主席,在”文化革命“中被迫害致死,1980中共十一届五中全会予以彻底平反,恢复名誉。
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1898—1969
    身份功名:杰出的无产阶级革命家、政治家、理论家、中国共产党和中华人民共和国主要领导人之一,历任中华全国总工会委员长、红军八、五军团中央代表、三军团政治部主任、新四军政委、中央书记处书记、军委副主席。
    字号别名:原名渭璜,曾化名胡服、 陶尚行等。
    出生籍贯:湖南宁乡人

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  • 备注简介:19942陈翰馥研究领域包括随机系统的辨识、适应控制、参数及状态估计、随机逼近和优化及其对系统控制、信号处理等领域的应用,获全国科学大会奖1项,国家自然科学三等奖2项,中科院自然科学一等奖1项,国防科委奖3项,国防工办奖1项,出版《离散时间系统的递推估计与随机控制》等专著、《概率论 数理统计》等译著7部,发表论文150余篇。   
    所属时代:近现代
    生卒时间:1937.2.10—
    身份功名:控制论与系统科学家,中国科学院院士(1993),陈建功幼子,历任中国科学院数学研究所副研究员,中科院系统科学研究所研究员,毕业于苏联列宁格勒大学数学力学系。
    字号别名:
    出生籍贯:原籍浙江绍兴,生于浙江杭州。

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  • 王维 唐代

    王维(701年-761年,一说699年—761年),字摩诘,汉族,河东蒲州(今山西运城)人,祖籍山西祁县,唐朝诗人,有“诗佛”之称。苏轼评价其:“味摩诘之诗,诗中有画;观摩诘之画,画中有诗。”开元九年(721年)中进士,任太乐丞。王维是盛唐诗人的代表,今存诗400余首,重要诗作有《相思》《山居秋暝》等。王维精通佛学,受禅宗影响很大。佛教有一部《维摩诘经》,是王维名和字的由来。王维诗书画都很有名,非常多才多艺,音乐也很精通。与孟浩然合称“王孟”。 传:字摩诘,河东人。工书画,与弟缙俱有俊才。开元九年,进士擢第,调太乐丞。坐累为济州司仓参军,历右拾遗、监察御史、左补阙、库部郎中,拜吏部郎中。天宝末,为给事中。安禄山陷两都,维为贼所得,服药阳喑,拘于菩提寺。禄山宴凝碧池,维潜赋诗悲悼,闻于行在。贼平,陷贼官三等定罪,特原之,责授太子中允,迁中庶子、中书舍人。复拜给事中,转尚书右丞。维以诗名盛于开元、天宝间,宁薛诸王附马豪贵之门,无不拂席迎之。得宋之问辋川别墅,山水绝胜,与道友裴迪,浮舟往来,弹琴赋诗,啸咏终日。笃于奉佛,晚年长斋禅诵。一日,忽索笔作书数纸,别弟缙及平生亲故,舍笔而卒。赠秘书监。

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  • 杨万里 宋代

    杨万里,字廷秀,号诚斋,男,汉族。吉州吉水(今江西省吉水县)人。南宋杰出诗人,与尤袤、范成大、陆游合称南宋“中兴四大诗人”、“南宋四大家”。 传:杨万里(1127-1206) 字廷秀,号诚斋,吉州吉水(今属江西)人。高宗绍兴二十四年(1154)进士。曾任太常博士、广东提点刑狱、尚书左司郎中兼太子侍读、秘书监等。主张抗金,正直敢言。宁宗时因奸相专权辞官居家,终忧愤而死。诗与尤袤、范成大、陆游齐名,称南宋四家。构思新巧,语言通俗明畅,自成一家,时称“诚斋体”。其词风格清新、活泼自然,与诗相近。著有《诚斋集》。 -----引自"绝妙好词"http://w1908.top263.net

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