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Title: 從依據文獻到詮釋文本
Other Titles: An Alternative Approach to the Quest for the Author of Luoyang Qielanji: From Probing Historical Evidence to Textual Analysis
Authors: 王美秀
Issue Date: Mar-2011
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學研究發展處
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Abstract: 北朝名著《洛陽伽藍記》的作者楊衒之,由於相關文獻極為稀少,使其身世始終成謎。現代學者提出楊衒之為陽固之子的說法,在依據文獻進行考論的傳統途徑,逐漸轉向借助文本詮釋的方法之後,已獲得較為豐富的成果。本文在前人研究的既有基礎上,深入析論楊衒之為陽固之子的可能。重點包括:陽氏不僅為北魏世家,且為重要文學家族,正符合楊衒之出身文學世家的必要條件;楊衒之於書中顯現富於強烈正義感的性格正與陽固相似;緣於元懌對陽固有知遇之恩,《洛陽伽藍記》中對元懌多所迴護;楊衒之若與陽休之為兄弟,自然較他人容易知悉宮廷秘事,而擁有更多閱讀與引用朝廷文書的機會;同時亦可理解何以收錄與本書風格不合,通俗而文詞粗陋的〈庭山賦〉。
Luoyang Qielanji is one of the representative works of Northern Dynasties Literature. For lack of historical evidence, the life of the author, Yang Xuanzhi, has remained in thick mist for more than two centuries. However, when turning attention toward text interpretations using traditional methods that usually rely on examining historical records, some modern scholars have gathered plausible factors worth considering. For instance, Yang Xuanzhi was possibly one of five sons of Yang Gu, a high court official of the Northern Wei dynasty. This essay discusses more profoundly this and other possibilities based on contributions made by scholars. First, Yang Xuanzhi must have been born to and raised in a high status literary family. Second, Yang Xuanzhi's strong sense of justice appeared very much alike that of his father, Yang Gu. Third, for repaying Prince Yuan Yi, who offered much assistance and favors to Yang Gu, all matters concerning Prince Yuan Yi in Luoyang Qielanji were handled in the most favorable way for preservation and protection. Finally, this essay infers further that as Yang Xiuzhi's brother, Yang Xuanzhi had more opportunities than other people did to learn about the court secrets of Northern Wei, read state documents, and quote from them in his book. Moreover, if Yang Xuanzhi was Yang Gu's son, this paper seeks to explain the reason he included Tingsan Fu, regarded as a popular and funny work yet short of literary and artistic quality.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/17319
Other Identifiers: 79347F45-8C0A-CF13-571A-0F0D6E82C390
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