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|Title:||A Study on Xu Xue-Yi’s Criticism of Du Fu’s Poetry in His Tracing the Origins and Distinguishing the Types of Poems|
Xu Xue-Yi;Tracing the Origins and Distinguishing the Types of Poems;Du Fu;high-Tang poetry;revivalist school in the Ming dynasty
|Issue Date:||2018-07-12 17:04:42 (UTC+8)|
In the Ming dynasty, the revivalist scholars have often mimicked ancient people that they have usually received negative criticism. How they, being aware of this issue, have proposed theories to solve the problem is the core issue addressed in this article. To achieve this goal, it is a must to pay special attention to Xu Xue-Yi’s criticism of Du Fu’s poetry in his Tracing the Origins and Distinguishing the Types of Poems. This article examines the content of Xu’s criticism, cross-references traditional views, and thereby highlights the significance of his viewpoints. It finds that Xu has made a detailed classification that features description and evaluation of Du’s poetry with arguments of high importance. For example, Xu deems that Du’s poetry is both traditional and creative and Du attaches great importance to xing ‘implied comparison.’ He also notes that Du and high-Tang poetry have the same value. His innovative arguments can solve the problem of the revivalist imitation of ancient poetry and are also a precursor of Wang Yu-Yang’s theories.
|Relation:||臺大中文學報, No.59, 147-192|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Chinese Literature] Periodical Articles|
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