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Department of Chinese, NTNU
The dissertation represents the multiple cultural connotation of the travel writing during the early-Qing Taiwan. This article will attempt to analyze the cognition and imagination of the natural condition and the social custom in the travel writing. Then the article focuses on Small Sea Travelogue, the representative work of travel writing, to analyze the attitude and sentiment of the author, the expression technique of the prose and the social custom of the places described in the article in order to reveal Yu Yonghe's exotic memory. Lan Dingyuan, Huang Shujing and Zhu Shijie are the authors of another travel writing. Their prose will reveal the viewpoint of the Imperial Eyes from the position of the culture field, the relationship of the writer and the observed people and the appearance of utopia. Finally, the article expounds the culture functions from three aspects, which are the relationship between the center and the periphery, the representation of Taiwan aboriginal culture, and the inheritance and influence of the natural condition and social custom in the travel writing.
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