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Leisurely Enjoying the Landspace of Half of the Lake on Writing of Hang Zhou in "Cis by Windows of Thatched Cottage" (《草窗詞》)
Zhou-Mi was a master on folklore history of Sung Dynasty and one of the "three famous writers in late Sung Dynasty". "Cis by the Windows of Thatched Cottage" (《草窗詞》)is his representative work in Ci writing. He has collected and edited Cis from the exiled Ci writers in late Sung dynasty called "Excellently Subtle Fine Ci" (《絕妙好詞》). Both of them play important roles in Ci's history. Zhou Mi's Ci has a special preferrance in writing about Hang-Zhou (杭州). 154 of his Cis have been handed down, and 59 of which were related to Hang-Zhou. The most famous ones are "Lily Magnolia Mann" (〈木蘭花慢〉) which narrated the ten landscapes of West Lake (西湖十景). This essay concentrates on Zhou's Hang-Zhou Cis, and explores his particularity of Ci writing which included its unique style, special meaning, distinct manner, particular form and the artistic conception, in order to illuminate our understanding of Ci's deep meaning and its special handling of reality.
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