8 edition of The background of the rebellion of An Lu-shan found in the catalog.
The background of the rebellion of An Lu-shan
Edwin G. Pulleyblank
|Statement||by Edwin G. Pulleyblank.|
|Series||London oriental series ;, v. 4.|
|LC Classifications||DS749.46 .P84 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||82006200|
The Chinese rebel leader An Lu-shan () led a great rebellion that nearly overthrew the reigning T'ang dynasty. An Lu-shan was probably born in Ying-chou on the northwest border of China. His father, a Sogdian, was an officer in the army of the Northern Turks; his mother was probably from a noble Turkish family. Very little is known about his. Based on a true story from the eighth century, it is a fictionalized telling of one of the most powerful, tragic chronicles in Chinese history: the events leading up to the Rebellion of An Lu-shan and the fall of the Emperor Minghuang, grandson of the Iron Empress Wu, and with him, the Precious Consort Yang Kuei-fei and the dazzling Yang family/5(17).
An Lu-shan rebellion. The An Lushan Rebellion (–) led to a loss of control by the Tang dynasty, and changed the Chan scene again. Metropolitan Chan began to lose its status, while "other schools were arising in outlying areas controlled by warlords. To what degree a young person needs to rebel varies widely. In his fascinating book, Born to Rebel, Frank Sulloway posits that later-born children tend to .
Shays’s Rebellion, (August –February ), uprising in western Massachusetts in opposition to high taxes and stringent economic conditions. Armed bands forced the closing of several courts to prevent execution of foreclosures and debt processes. In September Daniel Shays and other local leaders led several hundred men in forcing the Supreme Court in Springfield to adjourn. His book, The Background of the Rebellion of An Lu-shan (Oxford Univ. Press, ), which was a revision of his doctoral thesis at the University of London, remains after half a century the one indispensable work in English on the reign of Xuanzong () and the lead-up to the debacle that brought down this greatest of Tang emperors.
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The Background Of The Rebellion Of An Lu Shan book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This volume deals with the events whic /5. Reviewed in the United States on February 6, This book is exactly what it says it is: the BACKGROUND to the rebellion of An Lushan.
In other words, it gives you everything that leads up to the rebellion, and then pulls the plug and leaves you hanging high and dry.4/5(1). Reviewed in the United States on February 6, This book is exactly what it says it is: the BACKGROUND to the rebellion of An Lushan.
In other words, it gives you everything that leads up to the rebellion, and then pulls the plug and leaves you hanging high and dry.4/5(1). The Background of the Rebellion of An Lu-shan Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This volume deals with the events which prepared the way for the rebellion of the frontier general An Lu-Shan, which weakened the T'ang dynasty ( A.D.) so that it gradually collapsed into a number of independent states in the Five Dynasties period.
The An Lushan Rebellion began in as a revolt by a disgruntled general in the Tang Dynasty'sarmy, but it soon engulfed the country in unrest that lasted nearly a decade until its end in Along the way, it nearly brought one of China'smost glorious dynasties to an.
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Language: en Pages: Selected Biographies of Treacherous Officials in Ancient China. Authors: Ji Lu. Get this from a library. The background of the rebellion of An Lu-shan. [Edwin G Pulleyblank]. The Background of the Rebellion of An E. Pulleyblank.
London Oriental Series, Vol. London: Oxford University Press, x, His book, The Background of the Rebellion of An Lu-shan (Oxford Univ.
Essays on Tang and pre-Tang China Principal wars: war with Arabs and Tibetans (); rebellion of An Lu-shan (). Pulleyblank, Edwin G.
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The Tang Dynasty received its greatest blow due to the An Lushan Rebellion (), also known by many Chinese as the An-Shi Rebellion. Led by General An Lushan, the devastating effect of this rebellion spanned over 3 emperors during its course.
It left a lot of deaths as well as lasting political effects. The historical. The An Lushan Rebellion (– c.e.) occurred at the midpoint of the Tang (T’ang) dynasty, –, and marked a significant turning point in the fortunes of the regime.
The rebellion marked the Tang’s irreversible decline after one and half centuries of good governance, economic prosperity, and. The background of the rebellion of An Lu-shan by Edwin G Pulleyblank (Book) 3 editions published between and in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The Background of the Rebellion of An Lu-shan, London, UK: Oxford University Press. Chinese History and World History: An inaugural lecture, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Historians of China and Japan, Edited with W.G. Beasley.The An Lushan rebellion by In Our Time (BBC Radio 4) External links.
E. G. Pulleyblank, The Background of the Rebellion of An Lu-Shan, London: Oxford University Press (). E. G. Pulleyblank, "The An Lu-Shan Rebellion and the Origins of Chronic Militarism in Late T'ang China", in Perry & Smith, Essays on T'ang Society, Leiden: E. J. Brill ().An Lushan or An Lu-shan (c.
– 29 January ) was a general in the Tang dynasty and is primarily known for instigating the An Lushan Rebellion. An Lushan was of Sogdian and Göktürk origin, at least by adoption. He rose to military prominence by defending the northeastern Tang frontier from the Khitans and other threats.