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Department of Chinese, NTNU
In this article, the writer intends to delineate the lifestyle of the artist Chen Hung-shou (1599-1652), who presented conflict of character among his social ego, superego and ego. Concentrated on such analysis, the writer discoses the obscure meanings implied in the artist's poetic paintings. What was the artist's main concern (i.e. his "superego")? How did he pursue for his ideal? While enocuntered frustrations, how did he find a new way? How did he develop the lifestyle of an "Bohemina"? The writer has a detailed discussion on the historical meaning for such a literati artist.
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