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On the Application of Ru Rhyme in Poetry from Hebei and Shanxi During the Jin Dynasty
Ru Rhyme Words;Jin Yuan Proses;Hebei;Shanxi Poets;Rhyme;Ancient Chinese
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-22T04:32:26Z
究》，指出在河北149 個縣市裡，在其西部、西北部、西南部有33 個存在入聲音，
The study of Ru rhyme has always been an interesting topic for Chinese phonology
scholars. When did it start intermixing, and how did it become integrated with other
words? How did it gradually become intermixed with the official language from the
North? After studying the early years of Min Gou (after the Qing Dynasty), the scholars
Bai Di Zhou and Wei Jian Gong proposed their theory which suggested that Ru rhyme
had gradually vanished when Chinese started developing from the Northwest to the East
of the mainland during the Song, Jin and Yuan dynasties.
Scholar Liu Shuxue of Hebei University of China published a thesis, “Medieval Ru
Rhyme—The Study of Hebei Dialect Pronunciation,” in 2000 which claimed that there
are 33 Ru rhyme words in the western, northeastern and southwestern regions among the
counties and cities in Hebei province. In other words, there are 33 Ru rhyme words in
existiance in northern, central and southern parts near the border of Hebei and Shanxi.
During the Jin and Yuan dynasties, Jurchen and Mongols ruled northern China and
established their capitals in Beijing. To make a thorough study of Ru rhyme practice in
phonology, the researcher proposes to explore rhyming phenomenon in prose from Hebei
and Shanxi during the Jin and Yuan dynasties. It is hoped that this will lead to a major
breakthrough in this field of study.
|Relation: ||彰化師範大學文學院學報, 5: 1-18|
|Appears in Collections:||[文學院學報] 第五期|
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