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|Other Titles:||Scene and Anxiety: The Comparatively Reading between Liu Zongyuan's Scene Essays and Cifu in Yongzhou|
Liu Zongyuan;Yongzhou eight essays;Cifu;Exile;Anxiety
|Issue Date:||2013-12-27 14:31:05 (UTC+8)|
This article rethinks Liu Zongyuan’s exile anxiety during his Yongzhou period mainly based on Liu’s literature work created in Yongzhou such as “Chou-shan fu” etc. And this article also attempts to explain the readers` doubt, which may happen when readers correlately read his works created in Yongzhou period, whether Liu’s creation attitude changes all the time or he just wants to abreact his exile anxiety by Yongzhou’s scene writing. “Yongzhou eight essays” for Liu is not only a splendorous representation of Yongzhou’s scene but also a landscape and literature performance which enweaves the theme of exile anxiety of Chinese traditional intellectuals. Through the reconstruction of the two forms of literature and the information of Liu’s documents, Liu’s exile anxiety hiding behind the scene writing emerges and refracts his mind. These points not only construct the special writing position from scene to anxiety but also reveal the importance of the intertextuality relationship between “Yongzhou eight essays” and Yongzhou cifu.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 1, 75-112|
Bulletin of the Department of Chinese Literature National Chengchi University, 1, 75-112
|Appears in Collections:||[政大中文學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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