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|Other Titles:||Regional Migration and the Homeland Consciousness in Zhang Yan’s Ci|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
This thesis takes its object of study from Zhang Yan’s “Ci concerning White Clouds in the Mount”（《山中白雲詞》） in which the Ci presenting the locii’s spaces. It mainly analyzes both the external passage of drift of places and its impact on the inner life, especially focuses on the homeland consciousness implicit in the Ci and its meaning. Zhang Yan is a remainder Ci writer during the Song-Yuen period, who had suffered the change of the regime and destruction of the family, and tried to revert the impasse of the reality and maintaining the meaning of existential life by way of writing Ci. Hence this thesis will exploit the core of his Ci, and penetrates into the life-consciousness process in his drifting, wandering life which results in returning to the homeland. It tries to investigates the meaning of homeland consciousness of his Ci manifest in the passage of drifting of places and his way of presenting self-existence by ways of three perspectives: 1. the contrast between homeland and the locii of habitation of generations (世居), of dwelling (棲居), of leisure (閑居); 2. homeland consciousness in attentive listening; 3. homeland Imago of Tao-Yuen-Ming style. This thesis hopes that it can accomplish the following goals: reconstructing the pictures of drifting of locii in Zhang Yan’s Ci, presenting the intent within it, and exploring the dialogical spaces between writing and possible worlds of the locii.
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