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Willow branches and waterfalls could also be seen as "spikes": see Wen T'ing-yun Wen fei-ch'ing chi chien-chu [CHINESE CHARACTER NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (SPPY), 4.1la, "On a Willow"; and Su shih shih-chi 10.477, the second of "Five Quatrains on the Hermitage of Master Jung at Fo-jih Hill" (1073).
19 Albert Richard O'Hara, The Position of Women in Early China, According to the Lieh Nil Chuan, "The Biographies of Chinese Women" (rpt., Taipei: Mei Ya Publications, 1978), 193-94; Lieh-nu chuan chiao-chu [Chinese Text Omitted] (SPPY), 7.3b-4a.
Wang Pi (Chou-i Wang Han chu (SPPY edn] 1.15b) says, in part: "Finding domestication in a [situation of] growing yin [Wang's reference to line 4] does not enable one to 'return [unobstructed]' [a reference to the image of the first line]." (32) There is a subfield of scholarship on San-kuo and Chin social ritual (leaving aside for a moment court ritual].