Kim Vân Kiêu is a Vietnamese poem written at the beginning of the 19th century by Nguyễn Of the (1765-1820). He is regarded as literary work the most important Vietnamese ever written.
The original title is Đoạn Trường Tân Thanh but it is known under the name of Truyện Kiều (History of Kiêu) or of Kim-Vân-Kiêu .
The poem is composed of 3254 worms write in lục bát. This versification alternates between the worms of 6 and 8 feet. She is typically Vietnamese and differs from the traditional versification inspired by Chinese (penta or heptasyllabic). It was write in Chữ name.
The poem reports the life of Thúy Kiều, beautiful and talented young woman who must sacrifice themselves to save her family. The intrigue comes from a Chinese novel.
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