Comprehensive information about Pei Di including biographical information, facts, literary works, and more. Pei Di (Chinese : ; pinyin : Péi Dí ; Wade–Giles : P'ei Ti ) was a Chinese poet of the Tang Dynasty, and a contemporary of Wang Wei, although younger by fifteen years. The poet's name is also rendered into English as "Pei Ti" or "Pei Shidi"(shi = ). The close personal friendship between Wang Wei and Pei Di is preserved in a letter by Wang Wei inviting him for a Springtime visit together at Wang's country estate. This letter has been translated by Arthur Waley. Pei also had a poetic relationship with Du Fu. Other than through his few surviving poems, and the poems addressed to him by Wang Wei and Du Fu, "pitifully little" is known about Pei Di, other than that he had a reasonably successful government career. This educational Pei Di resource has information about the author's life, works, quotations, articles and essays, and more.
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