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    Title: 以改琦、王韜為中心的海上文化「典」論;A “Canonical” Discourse on Shanghai Culture —Focus on Gai Qi and Wang Tao
    Authors: 呂文翠
    Contributors: 國立中央大學中國文學系
    Keywords: 改琦;王韜;才子;文化典;海上文脈;Gai Qi;Wang Tao;Talented Scholar;Cultural canon;Shanghai literary context
    Date: 2020-01-13
    Issue Date: 2020-01-13 14:03:17 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 科技部
    Abstract: 本計畫研究十九世紀海上文化的兩個重要範型及其內在的聯繫與轉異。改琦(1773-1828)以「松江邦彥」式的文化地緣關係構成江南才子文藝社群,允稱「墨林今典」的《紅樓夢圖詠》及文脈衍派客觀上建構了一種藝文生活結構的文化範型。嗣後,來自吳江的才子王韜(1828-1897)傭書於洋場上倫敦佈道會的墨海書館,身歷目睹華洋雜處的生活,在逋逃香港後撰述《瀛壖雜志》、《海陬冶遊錄》的史志與筆記小說。十九世紀下半葉諸書的出版,既見證了江南才子的詩書畫及小說的藝文生活範型和洋場才子的「華洋雜處」文化溝通範型,也延展出兩個範型間的衍派轉異。作為隱喻的文化出版,恰昭示了一個世紀中文化人從「江南才子」到「洋場才子」的心路與生路歷程,也正是「政事/正史」以外海上人文歷史的一大時段。 ;This project intends to conduct a study on classical and canonized literary and cultural texts originated in the 19th century Song-Jiang and Shanghai area. The publishing of important literary, historic, and fictional texts such as The Illustrated Dream of the Red Chambers, Ying Ruan Za Zhi (The Seashore Magazine) between 1860s and 1890s not only embodied the transformation of epistemic subjectivity that turned Jiang-Nan (South of Yanzi River) literati into Shanghai literati, projected the cultural context of late Qing Dynasty Shanghai, but also reflected upon the evolution of the structure of the epistemic community in this geographic area as well as represented the internationalized transformation of a modern society. Amid the passing on of the tradition of Song-Jiang, Hwa-Ting scholarship families, the changing of paradigm after incidents such as the opening of Qing Dynasty’s sea borders, Small Sword Society, and Taipin Heavenly Kingdom, and the exchanges between Chinese and the Western cultures, scholars and literati—with their creativity in writings and other artistic works that were considered classical and canonical— together created the renovation and regeneration of their own generation. The discussion begins and ends with the most important novels in 18th and 19th century China, The Dream of Red Chambers (1792), and The Sing-song Girls of Shanghai (1892) respectively. The former served as the pivot for literary activities for scholars and literati alike during Jia-Dao Years of Qing Dynasty. An extraordinary phenomenon originated from the scene was the so-called “modern classic of literary work,” The Illustrated Dream of the Red Chambers. The latter served as a metaphor for the fin de siècle Shanghai bay area multicultural scene, with Han Bang-Qing criticizing and adapting the century-long history of the talented literati on the critical basis of human interaction and the way things work. Han continued writing of an alternative version of “Portraits of The State’s Talented of Song River (Song-Jiang Bong Yen Tu) in Yi-Li Garden.” Han’s uncle Han Ying-Sheng wrote a series of articles and books on the comprehensive knowledge of things. Wang Tao, a talented literati based in Shanghai who traveled extensively to the West and Far East, had corresponsive discourses on the comparison before and after the opening of Qing Dynasty’s sea borders. Wang became the director of Shanghai Polytechnic Institution after returning from Hong Kong. The evolution and transformation of the talented literati phenomenon is a metaphor of a great history of Shanghai literary and artistic scene that was left out by the standard of “political affair and canonical history.”
    Relation: 財團法人國家實驗研究院科技政策研究與資訊中心
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