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|Authors: ||陳毓玟;Chen, Yu-Wen|
|Issue Date: ||2018-08-31 11:29:34 (UTC+8)|
In contemporary understanding, the poetry of the Tang Dynasty is almost a male world, and there are only a few women, except Shangguan Yuer (664-710), Li Ye (?-784), Xue Tao (?832), Du Qiu Niang (about birth in Outside the calendar year, fish Xuanji (?-868) and others, it seems that there is very little left. This kind of cognition obviously has a bad relationship with the Tang Dynasty. How many young women wrote poetry at the time? What are their poetry expressions, language traits, and writing styles? Is it different from male poets such as "The emperor will be in the emperor? In addition, how is the classicization of "Tang Poetess" formed? In the process of evolution, which female poets were prestigious, but gradually disappeared, losing the eyes of readers; which female poets were not well-known, but gradually smashed out and captured the readers′ eyes? What is the trend of growth and decline during the period? In order to solve the above doubts, I wrote this thesis.
The term "female poet" in this article is the usage of Chen Shangjun′s "The Tang Poet′s Poetry Discrimination". It refers specifically to women who have indeed written poetry in the Tang Dynasty. In short, it refers to the "women who can write poetry" in the Tang Dynasty. As for the identity of the "Tang Poetess", according to the results of Chen Shangjun′s research, only the eighty-four women in the "Chen Zhen′s Poems of the Tang Poets" were selected, and eighteen of the "Questions" were Forty-two of the "puppet articles" are not discussed. This article takes "Tang Poetess" as the research object, and aims to explore the characteristics of "Tang Poetry" poetry. What is the artistic trait? What style is presented? The author′s questions can be integrated into the term "beauty traits". "Aesthetic traits", originally derived from Mr. Ye Jiaying′s statement, can be subdivided into "language" and "writing". According to this, the paper is divided into three aspects: language, writing, and poetry history. From the shallower to the deeper, from the "language" to the surface, the poetry vocabulary of the words, and then the "writing" and other imagery styles. In the end, we can fully understand the essence of the poetry and beauty of the Tang Poet.
This paper is expected to lay a solid foundation for the study of "Tang Poets" in order to be closer to the "Tang Poetess" the second aspect can also provide a mirror for the study of female poets of various generations after the Tang Dynasty. Reflecting a richer and more beautiful female poet.
Keywords: Tang poet, aesthetic trait, classic
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