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|Title:||Historical Narrative and Self Defense - Discrimination and Implication of the Rebellious Retainer- Zhang Jin-Yan's Advance and Retreat Decision Under the Regime Change|
historical narrative;self-defense;rebellious retainer;Zhang Jin-Yan
|Issue Date:||2018-03-30 16:38:29 (UTC+8)|
This text reexamines the historical books, records and the poetic memorials to the king from Zhang Jin-Yan, it focuses on his experiences and achievements after Jia-Shen defection and his exile from Beijing, and it also compares to the differences between these two descriptions. Via analyzing the authentic and the unreal parts in historical narrative, probing into the efficacy of Zhang's self-defense, and going to a step further expounding the special implication under the ambiguity. First, as a rebellious retainer, like Zhang and others, they always try to recompile, and make up and devise their unsuccessful suicide experience in the past in order to get rid of the regret and reconstruct their self-images and their existent values. Second, Zhang and others showed their life into words, and attempted to make it different from others. Furthermore, they anticipated to use the other identities besides the one of ＂rebellious retainer＂, and unrolled it to people and hand down to the next descendants. Based on these, here is the meaning of self-apology from the rebellious retainers. In conclusion, when facing to the differences of the historical narrative from the predecessors' self-defenses, we should differentiate punctilious, discover the suspicious points and the contradiction, combine the historical circumstances and personal development to expand the unknowns secrete in his mind and his transformation in his self-description.
|Relation:||東亞觀念史集刊, 12, 87-123|
|Appears in Collections:||[東亞觀念史集刊] 期刊論文|
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