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|Title:||飛向星星的你（sic itur ad astra）：一個跨文化賦作〈輕氣球賦〉的遊樂園意涵考察|
|Other Titles:||Flying to the Stars： A Cross-Cultural Rhapsody ＂Hot Air Balloon Fu＂ Playground Meaning|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
＂Hot Air Balloon Fu＂ Published in 1895 a key moment, supposed to be a description of the offensive and defensive war Fu .However , from a close reading of the text , with the traditional static ＂ chanting＂ Da Fu had no small cracks. On its formal structure, language style and rhyme , Fu follows the traditional large -scale.However, for the lyrical content, the whole elaborate description. It has been the traditional honor of singing the praises of the emperor changed to people's daily lives (and germinal nexus of ＂things＂ and ＂object＂) as described in the main feelings. Praising the emperor into a pleasant mood describing people. Writing the imperial capital and hunting into an extraordinary person who overflew the border, and the spirit of creating. The previous conventional Da Fu ＂unified voice＂ is also transformed into the mixing symphonies of kings, aristocrats and people who sometimes cheerful, sometimes noisy sounds. Its diachronic ＂storytelling＂ linear narrative method, the epic, myth interspersed intertwined in the plot. Describing people to watch the first-ever lively scene experimental balloon soaring heaven on the square, just like a circus show. And it shows the balloon to Shi Wanguo Expo tour, war, on the function of farming, but also like a field of ＂gaming experience camp＂ entertainment tool, bringing a vague when people psychologically, there quest for the ideal of expectations vision. ＂Hot Air Balloon＂ this stuff at the end of the Age of Empire comforts people the soul of mourning, to transient ＂healing＂ effect. In the occasion of song played end and showed the will, faint flashes of the author's consciousness: transforming the balloon to go to people's daily life. It can benefit the people, we can entertain people, so that people can be happy adaptive Playground implications.
|Appears in Collections:||中國學術年刊|
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