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|Title:||All-inclusive View of Gujincitong (Historical Anthology of Ci Poetry) and an Analysis of Selected Ci Poetry of Su Shi and Xin Qiji|
Gujincitong (Historical Anthology of Ci Poetry);Su Shi;Xin Qiji;Anthology of Ci Poetry;differentiation;Song-Dynasty Ci Poetry
|Issue Date:||2018-03-28 17:22:18 (UTC+8)|
In 1633, Gujincitong (Historical Anthology of Ci Poetry), co-edited by Cho Jenyue and Xu Shijun, was published and originally named as Gujinshiyuxuan, alternatively referred to as Shiyuguanxuan. Xu Shijun claims in the ＂Preface of Gujincitong＂, to ＂define Su Shi as poetical (Ci-shi) and Xin Qiji as rhetorical (Ci-lun) from a traditional perspective,,＂ while Cho Jenyue states in the ＂Preface of Gujinshiyuxuan＂ that ＂In this anthology, we have selected very few of Su Shi’s works in order to decrease the gallantry and highlight the delicacy of Ci poetry, while an exceptionally large number of Xin Qiji’s works have been selected to indicate the melancholy of Ci poetry and to enhance evaluation more balanced judgment about Ci poetry.＂ Since Gujinshiyuxuan is a significant predecessor for Gujincitong, the two statements indicate the emphases made by the editing of Gujincitong to re-evaluate Su Shi’s and Xin Qiji’s literary status through the selections and reviews of their Ci poems, which also reflects Cho's and Xu's unique literary criteria for Ci poetry. Previous studies devoted to Gujincitong, however numerous, have not fully elaborated on how Cho and Xu employed a newly-evolved all-inclusive view to eliminate subjectivity and prejudgment of a discourse differentiating them so as to influence the literary position of Su Shi and Xin Qiji as Ci poets. This essay is therefore intended to fill this gap.
|Relation:||東華漢學, No.22, pp.77-118|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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