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Department of Chinese, NTNU
The research object of this thesis is modern/classical verses of Yang, Shou-yu during the Japanese occupancy period. First of all, Yang's unique ideas dominated by "anarchism" are pointed out through his lifelong deeds. Secondly, Yang's works are displayed in chronological order for the purpose of presenting the outline of his literary development. In addition, the causes of his various writing styles from classical verses to novels, modern verses and then back to classical verses are analyzed through both historical background and literary environment in that period. Furthermore, this thesis analyzes the contents and themes of modern/classical verses that few researchers ever discussed in the past. In conclusion, Yang's modern verses inherit the writing motif of novels; that is, enthusiasm and criticism. As for Yang's classical verses, they are rather conservative. He fails to express modern thoughts in classical styles like other "second generation literati." As a result, when Chinese are hanned in 1937, Yang's works are not as splendid any more. The transformation of Yang's writing career from prosperity to insipidity proves that politics may cause deep intervention and detriment to creators.
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