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|Other Titles: ||The Cooperation between the Chinese Writer Yang Feng and the Taiwanese Writer Yang Kui during the Early Postwar Period|
|Issue Date: ||2016-12-19 11:30:35 (UTC+8)|
Yang Feng, whose original name was Yang Ching-ming, was from Sichuan and probably was born in 1924. In June 1946, he came to Taiwan for the first time as a journalist and went back to Mainland China before the 228 Incident occurred. In the second half year of 1947, he came to Taiwan again to serve as a Chinese teacher at Taiwan Provincial Ilan Senior Agricultural Vocational School. He left Taiwan’s literary world since he went to Beiping in August 1948. Yang Feng and Yang Kui first met each other at the tea party held for the writers of the supplement “Bridge” in Taiwan Shin Sheng Daily News on 28th March 1948, and they have decided to work together for the improvement of literary and artistic movement in Taiwan when they met again on the next day. What made Yang Feng and Yang Kui, who had never known each other before, decide to join together at the second-time meeting? What was their cooperative plan for the future development of Taiwan literature? How did they accomplish the follow-up project? To collate Yang Feng’s literary materials is undoubtedly a necessary and the most important job to unveil the mystery. Accordingly, I have compiled and cataloged Yang Feng’s handwriting materials which have been collected to date, and also has widely searched his literary works from the newspapers and magazines which were published after the war. The paper starts from investigating Yang Feng’s background as well as his participation of literary activities through his diaries, handwritings and published works. Furthermore, the paper also compares Yang Feng’s literary idea with Yang Kui’s further in order to clarify the thought basis and the social background of their cooperation and communication. We can thereby explore the key point of literature reconstruction in Taiwan after the war, the respective literary standpoints of Yang Feng, a writer who came to Taiwan from Mainland China, and Yang Kui, a native Taiwanese writer. Finally, the ideal blueprint that they had made together for the development of Taiwan literature will be brought to light.
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