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Department of Chinese, NTNU
Yan Can's “Shi Qi” used traditional interpretation approach and collected the main concepts of different schools, in order to propose new perspectives in the review. Yan's concepts on “Shi Jing” presented the following ideas: using Meici's perspective to explain that the order of the folk songs of fifteen states and sexually promiscuous poems were not written by obscence persons; confirming the interpretation value of “Shi Xu”, using size to explain the difference between Da Ya and Xiao Ya; treating initiative implying figuration as the norm of initiative. In the research of Song Dynasty “Shi Jing”, Yan and his “Shi Qi” is treated as the main representative of the traditional school, and considered important in the research history of “Shi Jing”.
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