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    Title: 劉長卿七言律詩格律研究:兼論其與杜詩之異同;The Study of Liu Zhangqing’s Seven-Character Regulated Verse: The Similarities and Differences between Liu Zhangqing and Du Fu’s Seven-Character Regulated Verse
    Authors: 羅健祐;Luo, Jian-You
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 劉長卿;杜詩;七律;格律;盛唐詩;Liu Zhangqing;Du Fu’s Poems;Seven-Character Regulated Verse;Classical Chinese poetry forms;The High Tang poetry
    Date: 2019-01-26
    Issue Date: 2019-04-02 14:12:26 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: [唐]劉長卿(約726-789)之七言律詩「質」與「量」俱佳,值得重視。然而,劉氏身處盛、中唐的過渡期,故後世學者對其為盛唐人抑或中唐人,見解不同;影響所及,對其七律之定位,亦有歧見,或歸為盛唐,或列入中唐,看法不一,難有定論,甚而忽視其價值。
    ;[Tang] Liu Zhangqing(ca. 726-ca. 789)’s seven-character regulated verse, “quality” and “quantity” are both good and worthy of attention. However, Liu was in the transitional period between The High Tang and The Middle Tang. Therefore, scholars of later generations were stand in either The High Tang poet or The Middle Tang poet. Moreover, there were differences in their position of the seven-character regulated verse, classified as The High Tang or included in The Middle Tang. Different opinions are difficult to determine, lead to the ignorance of Liu’s value.
    This treatise doesn’t follow the predecessors, I do not focus on the content of Liu Zhangqing’s seven-character regulated verse. I will apply the “Classical Chinese poetry forms”(格律), analyzing the “Pingze”(平仄), “Duiou”(對偶)and “rhyme phenomenon”(用韻)situations. I hope to see through different angles by rethinking and to face the contribution of Liu Zhangqing’s seven-character regulated verse.
    On the other hand, this treatise incorporates Du Fu(712-770)’s seven-character regulated verse into the discussion as a more useful object of comparison. The existing era of Liu Zhangqing and Du Fu are similar. However, the evaluation of their seven-character regulated verse in the later generations is quite different. Du Fu’s seven-character regulated verse has always been regarded as the representative of the seven-character regulated verse in The High Tang, while the position of Liu Zhangqing’s seven-character regulated verse is still controversial and difficult to recognize. Besides, when the predecessors mentioned the development of the seven-character regulated verse in the Tang Dynasty, they often referred to Liu and Du at the same time. The seven-character regulated verse of them remains subtle connections and deserves our exploration. This treatise strives to analyze and compare the performances of Liu Zhangqing and Du Fu’s seven-character regulated verse, expecting to clarify the similarities and differences between the two. I presume that I can solve the problem of Liu Zhangqing’s seven-character regulated verse as well as explaining its value and contribution. Also, to sort out the important links of the development of the seven-character regulated verse in the Tang Dynasty and complete a piece of the history of poetry.
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