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《Journal of Neijiang Teachers College》 2007-01
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On Huang Tingjian's Entering Shu and the Factional Strife in the Northern Song Dynasty

CHEN Shan-qiao(School of Literature,Sichuan Teachers University,Chengdu,Sichuan 610068,China)  
In the first year under Shaosheng Regime(1905) of Emperor Zhezong of the Song Dynasty,Huang Tingjian was banished from the court to the post of "Biejia" of Fuzhou(now Fuling of Chongqing) under the charge of false compiling of Record of Shenzong and then settled in Qianzhou(now Pengshui of Chongqing).Later he was transferred to Rongzhou(Now Yibin of Sichuan) until the third year under Yuanfu Regime(1100) when he was remitted and returned to the capital.He spent six years in Shu in exile.In fact,his banishment to Shu is the result of his sticking to facts and closely related to the factional strife in the Northern Song Dynasty.
【CateGory Index】: K244
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