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Poet's Lamentation: The Investigation of Li Sao
Miserable;Qu Yuan;Song Yuh;Sao writing form
|Issue Date: ||2013-08-28T07:30:06Z
Li Sao is always famous for its romantic thought, melancholy ornate terms and creative works. Song Yuh inherited Qu Yuan who was a poet and statesman by the 4(superscript th) century B.C. and let "Jeou Bian" become a tradition paragon of Chinese classical threnody. From the Hang to Song Dynasty, it open ed a miserable style whether in verses or songs. The of the Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty continued sad feeling of Song Yui. The works of the writer in the Wei Jin Six Dynasties, the more the topic of the sad autumn extended, the more the work form shortened. The of Cao Ze enhanced the topic of "cherishing time" and the sadness that sighs to die with more strong hidden bitterness. In the North and South Dynasty, the Emperor Leung's writing in which he expressed his deep feeling with autumn image was full of palace color. The sad autumn work was not written from the situation of the writer personal life experience. It was already turned into just a kind of expression of palace game. After the Tong and Song Dynasties, the combination of the Sao and Fu form was not only a creation on the form, but also a continuity of the Sao spirit. Li Bai, Lu Chao Lin, and Li Her etc. who describe (continue) the pure autumn of Chu Sao inherited and returned to Qu-Yuan's spirit. After the middle age of the North Song Dynasty, the confusion of the politics created the opportunity of the Sao development. The grief and which the life ambition is hardly bring about in the Sao works in the Song Dynasty was the inheritance of the Sao which expressing the ambition and bitterness with the beautiful works narrated by Qu-Yuan. Su Sheu's Sao works of autumn thoughts were differed from Qu-Yuan's ambition of loyalty and indignation. They were already innovation and breakthrough whether in the form or spirit.
|Relation: ||興大人文學報, 36: 23-54|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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