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|Other Titles:||Who is Writing on Landscape Exploration of the Inscription and Dialogue of Song's Topographical Writings From the Stele of "Appraisal for Tang's Prosperity"|
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|Abstract:||浯溪〈大唐中興頌〉碑，是在山崖平整的石壁上刻字，這古老的刻石方法，將勝景與賞景的感懷合而為一。此頌非詩人 私密的地景記憶，乃是記述唐代安史之亂平定的贊頌，時至兩宋，浯溪崖石周圍唐人的碑刻都保持下來。歐陽修、黃庭堅對〈中興頌〉碑的意見，有著提領宋人閱讀 此文本的作用，本文以此為立論中心。黃庭堅〈書磨崖碑後〉尤為動人，山谷在浯溪「斷崖蒼蘚對立久」，探訪顏真卿墨本真跡而至，浯溪磨崖的召喚，連繫他與元 結、顏真卿時代的微妙關係。宋室南渡前後，到浯溪者漸多，〈中興碑〉下想中興，蔚為風潮，宋人讀〈大唐中興頌〉碑，環繞著文本的歷史、文學的閱讀，證明這 是一篇成功的文本。由此例的探討，微觀宋代地誌書寫閱讀的核心問題。|
The lake of Wu’s “Appraisal for Tang’s Prosperity” is an inscription on the plain stony wall of a mountain cliff. It is also an ancient method of stone inscription which intertwines the scenery and the viewer’s emotions together. Nevertheless, the content of the appraisal is not about the poet’s intimate topographical memory, instead it is the appraisal for the peaceful period of Tang after the political chaos. Even to the time of Two Songs, the inscriptions on the stony cliffs of the lake of Wu have been maintained. Oo Yang Xiou and Huang Ting Jian’s opinions on reading “Appraisal for Tang’s Prosperity” have elevated Song people’s reading of this text and which is also the focal point of this essay. Especially touching is Huang Ting Jian’s “After the Inscription on the Stele of Plain Cliff”. Valleys situate on the lake of Wu with the broken cliff and grey mosses in oppositional longevity. Initially Huang Ting Jian wanted to visit Yan Zhen Qing’s authentic inscription but now he was called upon by the cliffs of the lake of Wu as which connected his intimate relationship with Yuan Jie and Yan Zhen Qing. Before and after the Song people’s southern transference, the number of visitors to the lake of Wu increases and it has become a trend to ponder upon the national prosperity when one looks at the “Appraisal for Tang’s Prosperity.” When Song people read the stele of “Appraisal for Tang’s Prosperity,” they are concerned with the text’s history and literal reading, demonstrating the stele is a successful landscape inscription. From this concrete example, the essay thus examines closely the focal point of reading Song’s topographical writings.
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