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|Other Titles:||Successive Exploration of the Real and Fake Issue of Guo Xiang's|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Guo Xiang's thirty-three chapter "The Annotatinos of Zhuang Zi" has a piece of preface in the first chapter, and this preface has been treated as Guo Xiang's work for a long time. Though some scholars such as Wang Li Qi and Wang Xiao Yi hold different opinions, and believed that Guo Xiang is not the author of "Zhuang Zi Preface", their reasons are there was a record of an argument regarding the "real / fake / to keep / abandon" issues of this preface that published on "Song Hui Yao Ji Gao", and they have also verified their opinion from the differences between the key points of the note's thought and key points of the preface. However, these sayings still have not gained general agreement in academia. This article verifies that "Zhuang Zi Preface" is generated from Dai Kui's words through the similarities of the last paragraph of "Zhuang Zi Preface" and quotation from Dai Kui's "Seven Sages in the Bamboo forest" that comment Xiang Xiu's words, and has the conclusion that "Zhuang Zi Preface" is the work in late Jin Dynasty, and is not Guo Xiang's work.
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