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|Other Titles:||Practical Talents and Articles:On the Realistic Concern of “Wen Jinshi”by Yuan Jie|
National Taiwan Normal University
Yuan Jie’s “Wen Jinshi” is not simply an examination topic but in fact contains rich contentthat refl ects the author’s strong realistic concerns. By the time Yuan Jie was once again an offi cialin Taozhou, he had accumulated extensive experience in politics, and his literary creativity hadmatured, which was the realistic basis for the creation of his work. Each question can be divided intothree parts: observing social realities leading to problems, devising existing solutions to in-depthproblems, and proposing new questions and asking candidates to provide countermeasures or reasonsfor answers to these questions. Finally, by targeting “jinshi” malpractice, he tried to change the “jinshi”in two manners: fi rst, by opposing those who are frivolous and instead pursuing practical talents;second, by advocating writing practical articles over beautiful ones.
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