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|Issue Date: ||2016-10-13 12:38:34 (UTC+8)|
;Shixi Dong (1782–1831 AD) was an important figure of the Changzhou poetry school during the Jiaqing and Daoguang eras. He went to She County in Anhui Province for studies and he was mentored by Huiyan Zhang from the first to the third year (1796–1798) of Jiaqing’s reign. Shixi was not only Huiyan’s disciple but also his nephew and son-in-law. Moreover, Shixi acquainted himself with Ji Zhou in the ninth year of Jiaqing’s reign (1804). The massive discussions on Ci-poems between the two influenced Ji Zhou’s stance on the Ci-poem Theory. Shixi never served as an official in his whole life but instead traveled widely. He also made friendships with others, such as Shichen Bao, Yuan Ruan, Xun Jiao, and Jilu Lu. In the twentieth year of Jiaqing’s reign (1817), Shixi continued the compilation work of Huaiyuan County Annals (Huaiyuan Xian Zhi) as a substitute for Zhaoluo Li. In the first year of Daoguang’s reign (1821), he was invited by the Viceroy of Southern Rivers, Shixu Li, to edit the book Xu Xing Shui Jin Jian. Shixi’s Ci-poem achievements have always been considered a transitional style from Huiyan’s works to Ji Zhou’s works. In fact, Shixi’s works were very influential; not only did he pose many notions different from Huiyan’s Ci-poem viewpoints, but with his unique insights, he also enlightened Ji Zhou and laid the foundation of Ji’s later achievements in Ci-poem studies. To understand the background against which Shixi formed his view on Ci-poem studies, this article first investigates his life and family background, which were not sufficiently explored in previous studies. Subsequently, this article explores the similarities and differences between Shixi’s, Huiyan’s, and Ji’s theories on Ci-poems. Next, it reviews Xu Ci Xuan written by Shixi’s son Yi Dong, and Ci Bian written by Ji Zhou to examine the potential influence that Shixi might have had on these two Ci-poem selections. Lastly, this article re-evaluates Shixi’s standing in Ci-poem studies by making a conclusion based on the above discussion.
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