A Critical Study about Yu Xin’s Poems: Twenty-Seven Pieces of “Ni Yung Huai”
|Keywords:||庾信;阮籍;擬;詠懷;Yu Xin;Jung Chi;Imitate;Yung Huai||Issue Date:||Dec-2002||Start page/Pages:||067-108||Source:||臺大中文學報||Abstract:||
This paper re -examined several important hypotheses about Yu Xin's poems of "Ni Yung Huai" (擬詠懷). The following major premise is the key to explain why different conclusions were made. Whether there is the word -- "imitate" (擬) on the title of the poems or not, and whether the emotion that were expressed by Yu Xin concerns with Jung Chi's poems of "Yung Huai" (詠懷). Certainly, their different conclusions caused the divergences in interpretation and evaluation to the poems also. So this paper tried to find evidence from the poems itself, compare and analyze them and point out no matter whether there is the word -- "imitate" (擬) on the title of Yu Xin's poems of "Ni Yung Huai" (擬詠懷) or not, they do have a concrete relation between the creation of these poems and Jung Chi's poems of "Yung Huai" (詠懷). It still expand the field of the research on this subject into a main topic -- the lyrical character and poetical structure about twenty –seven pieces of Yu Xin's poem.
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