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Self-deification and Permanence in Qu Yuan s Awareness of Life
Qu Yuan;Immortal;"the God of Water";Image of life;Taiwan folklore culture
|Issue Date: ||2013-08-28T07:30:45Z
|Publisher: ||三峽文學雜志社; 三峽大學長江三峽發展研究|
The Far-off Journey by Qu Yuan is actually the commencement of composition of poetry about immortals,and in this verse reveals Qu Yuan s self-deification and pursuit of his life s permanence.The romantic quality of Qu Yuan s awareness of life suggested in his poems has exerted great influence on the works of the following generations.Also,Qu Yuan s drowning himself into the Miluo River proves later his innocence and nobleness,for which he has been taken as "the God of Water" in the folklore culture of Taiwa...
|Relation: ||三峽論壇(三峽文學.理論版), 2010(5): 31-37|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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