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《Journal of Peking University(Humanities and Social Sciences)》 1992-05
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Theme of Love and Leisurely Mood in Tao Yuanming's Xian Qing Fu and Other Fu and Ci Works

Yuan Xingpei  
This essay first cites Xiao Tong's criticism of Tao Yuanming's Xian Qing Fu (Leisurely Mood Fu) which gives rise to endless controversy. There have been two critical opinions concerning this fu, which is a style of descriptive prose interspersed with verse: the first opinion is that it is an expression of aspiration. Through an analysis of the work itself, the author of this essay believes that it is an expression of Tao's passionate love experience, thus revealing another aspect of the poet's life, the aspect which is far from languid. The author also discusses the two themes which occur successively in love and leisurely mood fu and ci, the latter being astyle of ballad. Due to the censure of Xiao Tong, the love theme which finds its expression in fu was not fully developed, which is a loss to Chinese literature.
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