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《Jilin University Journal Social Sciences Edition》 2017-06
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Consciously Creating a Fictional State:Jiang Ji's Understanding of the Artistry of Qu Yuan's Prose Poems in His Shan Dai Ge Zhu Chu Ci

LIAO Tung-liang;  
Since the Han Dynasty,most researchers had studied Chu Ci from the perspective of Qu Yuan's personality and his emotions rather than his writing style until the Song Dynasty when Zhu Xi initiated a new approach which focused on the aesthetic values of the work and the literary artistry of Qu's writing.This new research paradigm became mature in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties,and brought Chu Ci research to a higher level in theoretical horizon,aesthetic consciousness and criticism approach.The two super-realistic fantasy journeys to heaven in Li Sao reveal that imagination is the soul of poetry.The two fictional journeys in the work break the demarcation line between the factual world and the fictional world and bring them together,which cannot be explained by any realistic narrative model.Remarkably,Jiang Ji has realized the significance of the fictionality of Qu Yuan's prose poems,besides the high value he put on realism in his Shan Dai Ge Zhu Chu Ci,which is an in-depth exploration of the artistry of Qu Yuan's works.
【CateGory Index】: I207.22
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