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|Other Titles:||“Qingshang Sandiao”: Establishing the Paradigm of Literary Criticism in Modern China|
National Taiwan Normal University
In 1933, a discussion related to “Qingshang Sandiao” (the three tones of Qingshang) was published in a university journal (Tsinghua University Weekly). Two famous scholars were involved in this debate, namely Huang Jie (1873-1935) and Zhu Ziqing (1898-1948). Their discussion on “Qingshang Sandiao” was ﬁ rst analyzed by Liang Qichao (1873-1929) in an unpublished manuscript. Huang Jie did not agree with Liang’s viewpoint, and Zhu supported Liang’s argument by employing historical evidence. This discussion was completed by Huang’s reply, which did not answer Zhu’s core doubt on the division of “Xianghe Diao” and “Qingshang Diao.” Huang believed that studies on “Yuefu” poetry should concern its content and political impact on society. However, Zhu focused on the musicality and literary nature of “Yuefu” poetry. The current study explored the evidence, arguments, and inﬂ uences of both parties in this discussion, concluding that the discussion in 1933 indicated a conﬂ ict between various paradigms of literary criticism in modern China.
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