Lyrical tradition of self and Literature
|Course||Evolution of Chinese Literature|
|Keywords||Yu Pingbo evolution of Chinese literature from ancient to modern lyric tradition of Chinese literature self lyric|
As a case study of evolution of Chinese literature from ancient to modern, this dissertation purports to expound the significance of Yu Pingbo’s literature thought and writing in the lyric tradition of Chinese literature and the course of its modern transformation. Chapter 1 to Chapter 4 has discussed the process that from the individual liberation to self-cognition and the reflection of this process on Yu Pingbo’s literature thought and writing. In 1919, Yu Pingbo issued his short story Hua jiang, in which revealed the influence of Gong Zizhen’s article Bing mei guan ji. This influence outlined the inheritance of the thought of individual liberation. The individual liberation opened out the self-congition, and it made individual felt sad and pain, so it caused individual to find the meaning of himself, but which also made individual easily lost himself. All these situations had typical representation in Yu Pingbo’ literature thought and writing. Chapter 5 has focused on the relationship between Yu Pingbo’s writing and lyric tradition on the style. Chapter 6 and chapter 7 also have discussed the relationship between Yu Pingbo’s writing and lyric tradition but on the theme of "memory" and "dream".