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|Other Titles:||Tiaoxi Yuyin on the Formation of Song Poetry and Song Diao: Cases on Poetry Styles of Ouyang Xiu, Wang Anshi, Su Shi and Huang Tingjian|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Hu Zi's A Clump of Speech of Tiaoxi Yuyin is a complete work of documents on poetry since Northern Song dynasty. It uses "Tiaoxi Yuyin says" to show the case whenever textual criticism and research appear. It is accomplished in the period of early Southern Song dynasty, while "loving Yuanyou" is in the air. At that time, party prohibitions had ceased. As a result, Hu Zi's book commends academic achievements during Yuanyou period, admires poetry of Su Shi and Huang Tingjian, improves upon taboos of Wang Zhi's Shi Tsung Wen, confirms and preserves reasons for the formation of Song poetry's characteristics. Ouyang Xiu, Wang Anshi, Su Shi and Huang Tingjian promotes the formation of Song poetry's characteristics. I deal with Hu Zi's comments on the four poets so that we could see how Song poetry's characteristics are formed. Briefly, first, gets rid of imitation and prohibit shortcuts. This is what Han Yu's compositional strategy to avoid using cliché. Second, strikes out a new path for oneself that nobody has ever figured out. This is what Han Yu's creative destination that people should make his own words. Poetics in Song dynasty upholds fresh meaning and advocated words, seeks for creative language, and it presented in Hu Zi's works full and accurate. These two points are what Song poetry differs from Tang's. We would suddenly see the light of superiority of Song poetry and Song Diao through Hu Zi's close reminder.
|Appears in Collections:||中國學術年刊|
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