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|Other Titles:||The Approach on Chen Li's Six Lyrics of "Lun Tzu Cut-shorts"|
Wang, Wei-Yung;Lin, Sue-Hua
Chen Li;Chen Tung-shu;Lun Tzu cut-shorts
|Issue Date:||2016-05-23 14:26:02 (UTC+8)|
Chen Li was a classics scholar, thinker and Chinese phonologist;however, few people paid attention to the other field—poetry. His poetic achievements and concepts were reflected by reading his “Lun Tzu cut-shorts” and knowing his attitude. This article inquired into Chen Li’s six lyrics of “Lun Tzu cut-shorts,” which were discussed the following dimensions: （1）the status of Li Pai’s lyrics, （2）Su Tung-po’s “Tung Hsien Ge” quoting the story in Shu province,（3）Chiang Pai-shih’s “An Hsiang” and “Shu Ying” which showed his obscure allusion,（4）the Taoism master Chen Te-hsiu’s poetic feelings, （5）Wu Wen-ying’s clear and resounding works, （6）Chang Yu-tien’s lyrics full of seclusive thoughts. To sum up, Chen Li was quite familiar with the works of Chang Yen, Wu Wen-ying, and Chiang Kuei. He thought a poet should not write a poem with the attitude of classics but retain the graceful and restrained characteristic of a poem.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 7, 83-114|
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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