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|Other Titles:||Song Qi's Reception of Han Yu: A Discussion Centered on the Value of Innovation, Source Tracing, and Literary Revision|
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Han Yu holds a high status in literary history, receiving extensive attention from Song Dynasty historians, and arousing many relevant discourses. Involved academia has achieved fruitful results from studying Han Yu. However, Song Qi's reception of Han Yu mostly paid particular attention to the comparative study of "Han Yu's Biography" in the New Book of Tang, still leaving room for further investigation. This paper focuses on the value of innovation, source tracing, and literary revision, and concretely analyzes the meanings and reasons behind Song Qi's comments on Han Yu, such as "new expressions", "eminent and immortal", "the ancients did not get the idea", and "create one's own characteristics" and discerns the original historical materials regarding Han Yu in the New Book of Tang and Old Book of Tang to determine the intention of Song Qi's deletion of Liang Su's information. Ultimately, considering Song Qi's proofreading and correction of Han Yu's works as exemplary cases, this paper examines the revising circumstances, merits, and demerits to grasp Song Qi's receptive viewpoints and attitudes towards Han Yu.
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