Collection of Yang Jiong and Lu Zhaolin (Chinese classical by 杨炯, 卢照邻

By 杨炯, 卢照邻

卢照邻,字升之,自号幽忧子,汉族,幽州范阳(治今河北省定兴县)人,初唐诗人。其生卒年史无明载,后人有多种说法,有三子,现其后人居住在河北省正定县内。
卢照邻出身望族,曾为王府典签,又出任益州新都(今四川成都附近)尉,在文学上,他与王勃、杨炯、骆宾王以文词齐名,世称“王杨卢骆”,号为“初唐四杰”。有7卷本的《卢升之集》、明张燮辑注的《幽忧子集》存世。
卢照邻尤工诗歌骈文,以歌行体为佳,不少佳句传颂不绝,如“得成比目何辞死,愿作鸳鸯不羡仙”等,更被后人誉为经典。

杨炯(650年-692年),汉族,弘农华阴(今属陕西)人,排行第七,唐朝诗人,初唐四杰之一。显庆六年(公元661年),年仅11岁的杨炯被举为神童,上元三年(676年)应制举及第,授校书郎。后又任崇文馆学士,迁詹事、司直。垂拱元年(685年),降官为梓州司法参军。天授元年(690年),任教于洛阳宫中习艺馆。如意元年(692年)秋后改任盈川县令,吏治以严酷著称,卒于任所。因此后人称他为“杨盈川”。

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Before each term, the village kids swapped some of their grain for coupons at their local ration offices, and in the school dining hall they traded back the coupons for grain. Some also brought their own rice and millet to school. In autumn, many returned from weekend visits home with sacks of sweet potatoes over their shoulders or tied to their bicycle racks. Students from towns were limited to a set amount of grain, starting at 30 jin a month for boys and a bit less for girls in the first grade, and increasing with each grade.

In 1957, he was appointed head of Yizhen county, which then had a population of 350,000 people, and he and Mama moved to the county seat. We children stayed in Shuiyuan with Mama's father for another two years. That was the time of the Great Leap Forward. " I spent several days helping Grandpa smash the family'S iron pots and strip the front door of its handsome brass fittings to provide scrap metal for the homemade neighborhood steel furnace. Swept up in the mass mobilization, Grandpa went to work as a cook in some neighboring houses that had been turned into a public dining hall.

I had once been the same combination. " However, Papa's home village had reclassified his origin to lower-middle peasant not long after I enrolled in Yizhong. The reclassification was part of a movement going on in the countryside, the Four Cleanups. I was upset to lose my "poor peasant" designation. Mama, who came from middle-peasant stock, tried to comfort me by saying poor and lower-middle were about the same. But I knew there was a difference. Now I had a double burden: living up to my revolutionary father and living down his lower-middle-peasant status.

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