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|Other Titles: ||The Changing Situation and Sentimental Writing of Yu Xin's Rhapsodies: Palace-style Poetry, National Calamity, and the Peach Blossom Spring|
Yu Xin庾信;rhapsody;palace-style;Northern & Southern Dynasties;Peach Blossom Spring
|Issue Date: ||2014-10-31 18:05:01 (UTC+8)|
As a model of ”palace-style” (gongti宮體) poetry in the history of Chinese literature, and Yu Xin's庾信 rhapsodies, and its form of gongti, was extremely significant. Basically, the gongti, whose theme was nobles' travel, represented a new fad in writing during the Six Dynasties period. Moreover, gongti was also a symbol of status and culture; through the genre and implication of Yu Xin's rhapsodies, the author presented a structure of metaphor, the technique that skilfully reflected the contemporary situation of the imperial family: they were content to retain sovereignty over a part of the country. Furthermore, Yu Xin's rhapsodies also reflected the change from a paradise of gongti, to an elegy of national calamity, and finally to the perishing of the ideal of the ”Peach Blossom Spring”; therefore, the writing of gongti further became a means to express the author's innermost thoughts and feelings about the changing world. In summary, Yu Xin's rhapsodies, with their deep implication and sequence of ideas, revealed the nature of the changing world through his sentimental writing.
|Relation: ||漢學研究, 24(1), 141-173|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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