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|Other Titles:||The History of the Public Estismation of Lu You and Chinese Nationalism|
Lu You;nationalism;history of Chinese literature
|Issue Date:||2016-05-23 11:46:34 (UTC+8)|
This paper discusses the history of the literary appraisal of the SouthernSong Dynasty poet, Lu You, and the roblems of politics and nationalism in the study of literature. Whenever poets are assessed in literary history, especially those deemed as patriotic, a complicated problem arises forcing the reader to address both the past and the present. This problem does not concern only when the poet lived and the quality of his works, but also our estimation of him. The relationship between Lu You and modern nationalism can be traced back to Liang Qichao towards the end of the Qing Dynasty. Modern society utilizes and organizes proto-nationalistic social awareness, feelings and sensibilities, which are connected to the modern nation, such as language, ethnicity, religion and continuity of the government. This paper explains the complicity of nationalism and literary history by reexamining the relationship between Liang Qichao’s nationalism and the appraisal of Lu You, and also by tracing back that appraisal. Thus we need to find ways to describe the correlation of society and the history of Chinese literature as the history of East Asian literature.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 4, 59-78|
Bulletin of the Department of Chinese Literature National Chengchi University
|Appears in Collections:||[政大中文學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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