On Bian Zhilin's Intellectual Poetry
Bian Zhilin's intellectual poetry reflects the evolution of his aesthetic inclination from romanticism to symbolism. He emphasizes that his poetry convey true feelings rather than intelligence, and he takes intelligence as the magic power to let all things in the world appear. This interpretation of intelligence comes from Eliot who takes intelligence as wisdom to convey feelings and thoughts in poetry. There were three kinds of interpretation of intelligence in the circle of critics of the Republic of China, namely, wisdom as the poetry content, reason as the way of understanding the world, and the wit reflected in the artistic expression of poetry. Since the 1990s, some critics have regarded the intelligence in Bian Zhilin's intellectual poetry as the content of poetry rather than the art of poetry expression, which is a misreading of the concept of the intelligence in western poetics.
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