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The Research of Wang Wan’s Poem

Author: XuYin
Tutor: LiShengHua
School: Zhengzhou University
Course: Ancient Chinese Literature
Keywords: Early Qing WANG Wan Poetic Thoughts Poetry writing
CLC: I207.22
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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Abstract


In this paper, Wang Wan poetry as the object of study , from the the ontology research point of view of the regression poetic text , the study focused on the characteristics and tendencies of Wang Wan Poetics under the influence of the late Ming poetry and poetic thought placed the early Qing Poetic Thoughts large environment down analysis discussed. In addition , Wang Wan as one of the early Qing Dynasty famous poet Wang Shizhen , its title of the poem and poetry chief said \and status , based on this , we were able to find Wang Wan poetry reflects the early Qing poetry by the adherents of the \The paper has two parts: body and conclusion . The text is divided under compilation , both preface before each compilation . Wang Wan and early Qing Poetic Thoughts on knitting expedition , compiled Wang Wan poetry . On a compilation of four chapters . The first chapter from the the early Qing Zong Song Poetry wind phenomenon , cases of the Song Poem person Poetics origins , reasons of the Song Dynasty , Wang Wan and four cases of Song Poetry wind , angle , discusses WANG Wan unique under the influence of the environment of the early Qing Zong Song Poem wind Shang Song Poem outlook . The second chapter deals with the early Qing Dynasty \Chapter from the evolution of the concept of \Chapter combined regional factors , Wang Wan and Wang Shizhen nearly three decades , drinking remuneration sing exchanges discuss Wang Wan facility in Wuzhong poetics and \For under three chapters. Chapter small poetry about immortals creative motivations , both subject content and artistic orientation angle to analyze the characteristics of poetry about immortals and their different traditional poetry about immortals . The second chapter choose its Zhuzhici willow leaves word orange sticks word to examine three aspects of Wang Wan endemic artistic nature of the poem and regional characteristics . Chapter Wang Wan Dongting landscape poetry in the late Ming and early Qing Wuzhong Landscape Poems environment through poetry writing comparison with county functionaries contemporaries , the study focused on behalf of its the Wuzhong landscape poems highest achievement in the Dongting poetry. achievement.

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