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Department of Chinese, NTNU
The T'ung-Ch'eng School, which revolved around Yao Nai and Fang Dong-Shu, originated from Fang Yi-Zhi and Quian Cheng-Zhi in the last few years of the Ming Dynasty. Their theory featured an imitation of the Confucian thoughts, placing importance on learning and morality, and claiming an identical nature of poetry and prose; in particular, they venerated the poetry of Du Fu. Their commentaries on his poetry can be regarded as the direct presentation in the poetic theory. One aspect of their criticism discusses the finely woven texture of Du Fu's poetry. Another aspect centers on the poetic history of Du Fu's work. Their criticism had a significant contribution to the study of his poetry. In addition, they took his poetry to the T'ung-Ch'eng school, utilizing it to prove their theories about the influence of Du Fu's work. When comparing the T'ung-Ch'eng school with other schools of the Qing Dynasty, we can discover that the other schools' poetry, despite having different interpretations of aesthetics, all took some elements from Du Fu's poetry and transformed them into their own style. This kind of critical phenomenon strengthened our country's understanding of poetry, with Du Fu's poetry at the centre.
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