Bai Juyi Timeline

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  • 772 CE - 846 CE
    Life of Bai Juyi, greatest poet of later Tang Dynasty, author of "Song of Everlasting Sorrow".
  • c. 788 CE
    Bai Juyi travels to Chang'an to have poetry reviewed and published.
  • c. 806 CE
    Bai Juyi Publishes "Song of Everlasting Sorrow", his most famous poem.
  • 815 CE
    Bai Juyi exiled for impious poetry.
  • 819 CE
    Bai Juyi serves as Governmental Secretary.
  • 821 CE
    Bai Juyi serves as Prefectural Governor.
  • 822 CE
    Bai Juyi serves as Governor of Hangzhou.
  • c. 831 CE
    Bai Juyi retires to his estate, writes poetry, hosts grand parties.
  • 839 CE
    Bai Juyi suffers stroke.
  • 846 CE
    Bai Juyi dies at his estate.

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772 CE - 846 CE: Life of Bai Juyi, greatest poet of later Tang Dynasty, author of "Song of Everlasting Sorrow".
 
788 CE: Bai Juyi travels to Chang'an to have poetry reviewed and published.
 
806 CE: Bai Juyi Publishes "Song of Everlasting Sorrow", his most famous poem.
 
815 CE: Bai Juyi exiled for impious poetry.
 
 
819 CE: Bai Juyi serves as Governmental Secretary.
 
 
821 CE: Bai Juyi serves as Prefectural Governor.
 
 
822 CE: Bai Juyi serves as Governor of Hangzhou.
 
831 CE: Bai Juyi retires to his estate, writes poetry, hosts grand parties.
 
839 CE: Bai Juyi suffers stroke.
 
846 CE: Bai Juyi dies at his estate.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
770 CE 780 CE 790 CE 800 CE 810 CE 820 CE 830 CE 840 CE

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