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《Journal of Cangzhou Teachers' College》 2006-02
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On the Function of Nursery Rhyme and Novel in “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms”

ZHANG Ting-ting(Chinese College,Shenyang Normal University,Shenyang 110034,Liaoning,)  
Nursery rhyme was one of the important public reporting forms in ancient China.It was also a special transmission medium.Nursery rhymes appear many times in long novel in the early Ming Dynasty.Only in “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” there appears eight times.The nursery rhymes in “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” are classified into four types: prefigurative nursery rhymes,nursery rhymes of political stand,nursery rhymes military strategy and nursery rhymes of riot public reporting.These nursery rhymes are prefigurative,sensitive,realistic and instrumental.The author takes nursery rhymes into the novel for the reason of social culture and historic existence.At the same time,nursery rhymes can add miracle,interest,plots and development to the novel.
【CateGory Index】: I207.413
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