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|Other Titles:||Yang Yun-Ping, Chen Yi-Song and Lu He-Ruo and Their Times|
Graduate Institute of Taiwan History
Yang Yun-Ping, Chen Yi-Song and Lu He-Ruo can be said to have lived in the same period. Furthermore, the times that they had to confront - from the Japanization period in their youth, the surrender of Japan, the Kuomintang's (KMT, literally Chinese Nationalist Party) arrival in Taiwan, the February 28 Incident, the retreat of the Republic of China government to Taiwan, the White Terror / Cold War era, to the lifting of martial law - was a period of both darkness and light. Not only had they known and admired each other when they were alive, but they were also literary people - only with different characters and endings. To understand their common and unique characteristics, this study collects evidence from documents and contemporary people to make a comparison between them based on four stages of their lives (the Japanization period, early post-war period, before and after the February 28 Incident, and the White Terror period). As control of Taiwan changed hands in 1895 and 1945, these three Taiwanese elites were forced to face large transitions during their middle age and each had their method of responding to this change. Some had been highly involved in politics and ended up with empty hands. Yang had the opportunity to work in the public sector to carry out studies of Taiwan, eventually accepting a teaching at National Taiwan University. Lu He-Ruo on the other hand joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) to overthrow the KMT; and, to publish anti-government propaganda materials, sold inherited properties to build a printing plant. Later, because Chung Hao-Tung was arrested, Lu had to enter an army base and engage in dangerous work, ultimately dying in an accident. In 1938, Wu Sin-Rong said that Chen Yi-Song was a missionary of justice and Yang Yun-Ping was a passionate poet. In contrast to Wu's statement, the author thinks that Yang was a conscientious scholar and Lu was a missionary of justice. How about Chen Yi-Song? We shall collect more information in ord
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