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Fu and Remonstrance:A New Discussion on The Epang Palace by Du Mu

XU Donghai;The Department of Chinese Literature,National Chengchi University;  
Immersed in the remonstrating atmosphere in the late Tang dynasty,Du Mu's On the Epang Palace is not merely a Fu(a literary form in ancient China)or prose poem on history,but rather a remonstrance which combines Fu with discussions as its form so that the author can make full use of the history in the past to remonstrate against the situtaion of his contemporary time.In this sense,On the Epang Palace demonstrates a new type of remonstrance and the author's intention of change and innovation in presenting his remonstrance.Hence,from the perspective of the culturally transboundary character of Fu or Cifu and remonstrance,it may probably be regarded as another footnote for reference as it demonstrates the important position On the Epang Palace has held in the transformation of Fu in the Tang dynasty and the Song dynasty.
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