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The Luster of Cultural Relics and the Immortal Pursuit: A Study of the Jinshi Poems by Weng Fanggang
Weng Fanggang, Jinshi Poem, Jiuyao Stone, Yongwu, self-imagination
|Issue Date:||2018-02-06 16:26:55 (UTC+8)|
The textual research of cultural relics came into fashion in the Qianlong and Jiaqing Periods, while Jinshi Poems were written massively under this background. These poems were criticized by the Disposition School and Yuan Mei, which is generally accepted in literary history research recently. This article discusses the Jinshi poems written by Weng Fanggang, after he finished the textual research on Jiuyau Stone in Guangzhou. It is noted that Weng’s written approach and method are deliberately distinguished from object-chanting poem (Yongwu poem) in order to develop a new object-subject relationship for poem writing, and to present a new framework of knowledge and literature. At that time, such kind of poems was widely written and appreciated by literati. This article believes that the Jinshi poem writing phenomenon had a bearing on the political influences discourse, and that the attendees completed their self-imagination through being involved in Jinshi poem activities. They created the discourse of pursuing immortality in the full glory of a peace era.
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