Consort Ban (c. 48 BCE? — c. 6 BCE), or Ban Jieyu, (Chinese: 班婕妤; pinyin: Bān Jiéyú; Wade–Giles: Pan Chieh-yü, and also known as Lady Pan) was a Chinese scholar and poet during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 23 CE). 'Jieyu' (婕妤) was a title for a third-rank palace lady, one rank below concubines (bin, who figured as second-rank palace ladies); her personal name is not known.
She "is accredited with two fu poems" but is best known for the famous poem attributed to her ("Yuan Ge Xing" or "Song of Resentment"), in which she compares herself to a discarded autumn fan. It deals with her sorrow at having been abandoned by the Emperor and is written in the yuefu style of poetry. However, there is a certain historical doubt about the attribution of this song to her, especially since it is not mentioned in her grand-nephew Ban Gu's autobiography of her. The poems attributed to her, or written in her persona, have remained in circulation in the many centuries after her death.
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