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|Other Titles:||The potential existence of novelized poetry in Hung, Hsing-Fu's poems: Taking the concept of narrative poems composed by Poets of the first-generation in the postwar as the starting point|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Between 1970 and 1984, the poets of the first-generation in the postwar started the reformation move of modern poetry style. They provided the methodology of narrative poem writing and relative composition for the modern poetry style, which had never been developed. Among the series of narrative poem writing, novelized poetry is one of the most important literary forms. However, the development of novelized poetry was not accomplished immediately. It went through groping for relative theory and creation. In the sixteenth issue of Poet Quarterly (1983.11), the special issue for commemorating Hung, Hsing-Fu and novelized poetry, it was stated how Hung, Hsing-Fu, both a novelist and a modern poet, contributed to the unaccomplished plan for novelized poetry. Examining the modern poems composed by Hung, Hsing-Fu mainly between 1868 and 1974, narration appeared in his poems in the initial stage. Then he established the phenomenon, which was to establish narrative point of view in the first sentence of the first paragraph. His poems showed the desire of storytelling and the potential of narration. In the later stage Hung, Hsing-Fu shaped the characteristic of quotation and role in his poems, which allowed us to think about the technical study of 'explanation and revision' as well as 'monolog and dialogue'. He left enormous inspiring theoretical asset for the history of novelized poetry, one of the modern poetry literary forms.
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