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|Other Titles:||Consciousness and Variation─Playful Interpretation of Su Shi's Innovation Style in the Texts of“Pusaman”|
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Poems are mainly considered gentle and graceful, whereas Su Shi represents bold and unconstrained poetry. Su Shi’s dauntless and unbounded style derives from his consciousness and innovation. He transcended the traditional assumption that poems were about gentle feelings. Consequently, his poems were criticized for a lack of affection. For years the exploration of Su Shi’s poems has focused on Yufu and Wanxisha. The study of the phrases and texts of Su Shi’s poems was categorized as a miscellaneous collection and referred to as game-playing. However, the poems in Su Shi’s “Pusaman” have not yet been explored in the literature. Based on Wang Guowei, the genius Su Shi had a distinguished game-playing career in literature. Concerning the four poems in Su Shi’s “Pusaman,” which are supplemented with game playing theory, this paper addresses the following questions: 1. How did Su Shi express his outstanding artistic affection between the traditional style of gentle feelings and the conditioned text techniques? 2. How did Su Shi describe his gentle feelings and organically integrate his affection with his aspiration? 3. Did any cultural and geographical factors contribute to Su Shi’s newly changed graceful language style? And 4. how can the linguistic connotations attached to Su Shi’s aesthetic game be interpreted?
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