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Department of Chinese, NTNU
“Image” is essential to achieve the art of writing. Without images, it is impossible to construct a literary work completely. In general, the study of “Images” in literary works had focused on the individual one. This article not only put emphasis on the individual image but also on the arrangement as well as the combination of images as a whole based on the poems ＜Enlishtment＞ that the author, Wang Chang-ling, had intended to manage. This article also concludes that the whole image expressed in the pomes of ＜Enlishtment＞ is in agreement with the “tragically heroic” mood that Wang Chang-ling had characterized as the style of frontier poetry. Accordingly, it is easier to take a comprehensive picture on the art of writing when exploring the management of images in term of the study of a literary work as a whole (including individual image, terminology, rhetoric, grammar, the organization of writing, theme, style, etc.). On the other hand, this is also a useful approach to engage in the image study.
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