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|Other Titles:||From Ying-She's Activity Location to Discuss the Traditional Poet's Community and Its Zeitgeist during Japanese Colonial Period|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
There's no doubt concerning Ying-She, the traditional literati's society of Poetry's essential role in northern Taiwan, its influence determines the movement of Taiwanese poetry. In respect of Ying-She's profile, related researches and references are abundant in quantity. Ying-She is a product of its time; studies concerning such subject should not limit itself to the academy's development only, but rather should use related materials as a basis to build up an examination of the development of Taiwanese Han poetry, its changes and the society it reflects. This article suggests using Ying-She's activity location as a perspective to discuss the choices of location, the availability of locations, the quality of locations and the current situation of activities, to perceive Taiwanese Han poetry's development during Japanese Colonial period, its position, as well as the society and zeitgeist it conveys. For example, its location implies that during Japanese Colonial period poem recitation was no longer an activity privileged to literati, but a more "panoptic" one that engages common folks as well. Its combination with local community has helped shape it into a traditional culture that absorbs modernity. In addition, the availability of location, and its choices are in close connection with participants' social statuses. Location and activity capital reveal the fact the resources and nourishments that Taiwanese Han poetry relied upon has undergone a dramatic change during Colonial period. Such change occurred in accordance with the emergence of a particular type of poets that specialized in organizing poetic activities; their contribution to the poetic circle differed from traditional "Writings of Han Poetry". In short, we use location as a core, to connect both the academy's development and its members' qualities, to discuss related phenomena, so as to provide a more comprehensive perspective that differs from the old approaches focusing on Ying-She the society and the i
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