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A Study of the Relationship between Zong-Yuan Liu's Ideology of Reading and His Prose Producing
In the middle period of Tang Dynasty, Zong-Yuan Liu advocated the renaissance of old Ways; his thought was originated from the philosophy of the Confucian and that influenced his prose very much. But he was concerned about the viewpoints of ancient books, even for his decision to use them in his prose. In this aspect, there still remained a lot to be discussed. In this article, according to the theory of "the origin of Dao" and "beating about the bush to take it to be literature" of Zong-Yuan Liu's 'replying to Chung-li Wei's discussion about the teacher's dignity', we studied what he learned from ancient books, and also we would know the propression of Zong-Yuan Liu's using ancient books in his prose. We found, Zong-Yuan Liu had never betrayed the Confucius's philosophy. He pursued a integral personality, which established the standard and made the prose. But we should not neglect that every book should have its own different characteristics, therefore, Zong-Yuan Liu could consider every aspects and that inevitably became the characteristics of his writings. Zong-Yuan Liu read the ancient books and wrote the prose, including the contextual and structural contents. Sometimes he digested the contextual contents in his prose, and sometimes the form of ancient books. For this reason, he found that 'Dao' and'literature' were mutual inference. How to adopt the spirit of traditional ancient books and the classics for his prose was his life-long goals, an he strived for all his life.
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