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Living in a Thousand Worlds--Yang Mu's Poetry & Chinese Classicism
Yang Mu, a poet who is conscious about the tradition, respectful of the classicism, and makes brilliant use of scholarly knowledge to buttress his creative works, is a quintessential academic poet. To research his style, which is simultaneously lyrical and narrative, this essay tries to review his aesthetic standpoint and academic background; to manifest how he carries forward the ”consciousness of disaster” expressed in the ancient shang shu and Book of Poetry, how he interprets the musicality of our ancestors of early days, and how he echoes and annotates the lyrical classicism of Lu Ji's Wen Fu dated back in the Wei-Jin Dynasties. Furthermore, this essay sieves through and analyzes his many choices of historical or fictional characters as ideal images for self-reflection. As a distinguished poet in the Chinese literature world, Yang Mu's spiritual pathway and achievements are of exemplary importance with revealing meanings which well justify a study in depth.
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