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Department of Chinese, NTNU
The writer has been devoting for more than one decade to studying on the Eight Great Men of Letters in Tang and Sung Dynasties. Among which the writer especially had extensive studies on Su Shih, except 《Collected Edition of literary Criticism on Su Shih》, authored by Cheng Hsiu-ming (陳秀明) of the Yun Dynasty (therunder referred as "The Collected Edition by Cheng"). Later on, the writer was fortunately instructed by her mentor, Mr. Wong Keng-sheng (王更生), who directed her to review the Collected Edition by Cheng. Now the writer has completed two pieces of Comments on 《Collected Edition of Literary Criticism on Su Shih》 respectively. The first one--"Evaluation of its Literary Contribution Based on Composition Techniques"--was published on this journal in previous volume. And this article--"Evaluation of its Literary Value Based on Literary Criticism"--is the second one. This article is according to discourses from 《The Literary Mind and te Carving of Dragons》, which asserted that a criticism must be developed from three aspects: (1) to explore the author's background; (2) to review the author's moral character; and (3), to evaluate a composition by six criteria. The writer intends to evalaute the Collected Edition by Cheng from two aspects; namely "Those who criticize Su Shih" and "Those whom criticized by Su Shih". Accordingly, the writer will be able to comment if te Collected Edition matching the criteria as asserted by 《The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons》; that is, "to weigh the logicality and the mirror the rhetoric of a composition.
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