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URN etd-0024118-143555
Author Yi-an Su
Author's Email Address jane412118@gmail.com
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Department Chinese Literature
Year 2017
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study on the Origin and Crystallization of Shih-yen-chih
Date of Defense 2018-01-19
Page Count 123
Keyword
  • Poetry in the Han Dynasty
  • Lyric Tradition
  • Confucian Poetic Teaching
  • Shih-yen-chih
  • Poems Endowed with Feelings
  • Abstract Since Shih-hsiang Chen proposed the evolution of the source of ‘Shih-yen-chih’, followed by the lyrical tradition that covered Chinese poetics, the subject of ‘Shih-yen-chih’, has always been the topic by many scholars. There are many different opinions about its’ origin and development, and the important politics and religion values of ‘Yen Chih’ has also been in Confucian Poetic Teaching. This study attempts to clarify how ‘Shih-yen-chih’ exerts a strong influence in the lyrical tradition and to sort out the origin and crystallization. Untill the present time, Shih-yen-chih is still a charming topic among the scholar circle.
    The author would like to examine three issues of ‘Shih-yen-chih’ in this thesis. Firstly, ‘Chih’ is originally a voice of sympathetic literature. Secondly, the meaning of ‘Chih’ is deepened when presented in different poetic forms. Thirdly, the meaning of poetry is widened when people's inner feelings or aspirations are expressed. Hence, it’s fully clear that ‘Poems Endowed With Feeling’ is originated from ‘Shih-yen-chih’ until the end of the Poetry in the Han Dynasty.
    Advisory Committee
  • Yang, Ya-yui - chair
  • Chen,Chia-Huang - co-chair
  • Jen-nien Chai - advisor
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  • Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.
    Date of Submission 2018-01-24

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