Dissertation > Language, writing > Chinese > Grammar > Ancient syntax ( classical Chinese syntax)


Author FuXiaoLi
Tutor HuangJianNing
School Sichuan Normal University
Course Chinese Philology
Keywords San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan modern Chinese adverbs syntactic structure
CLC H141
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan is the first minister in the history of Chinese fiction Ghost Stories articles. It has drawn from the uprising directed by Wang Ze in the Song Dynasty, and it is written by the historical facts and folklore, and popular marketplace on the basis of the words. Retained a large number of novel oral, slang, language is simple natural, rich flavor of life; it basically reflects the face of Chinese Yuan and Ming. The following studies were focused on the literature and textual version of San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan . From the perspective of grammar, San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan, the treatise yet to see. So we selected the mood adverbs of San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan as research subjects. It must be helpful to study the grammar of San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan.From the synchronic perspective, San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan adverb system is relatively mature, can be a reflection of certain characteristics of contemporary adverbs. From the diachronic perspective, San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan adverbs serves as a connecting link between the Tang and Song Dynasties and the next start of modern, modal adverbs than Tang has made great progress. However, Usage of Modern Chinese Modal many in San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan can be found. Hence, research San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan, the adverb, on the Yuan and Ming adverbs and adverbs of history are of great significance.In this paper, we have study the five categories, a total of 83 adverbs in San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan. First, the specific use description in detail and comparative analysis of them in the San Sui Ping Yao Zhuan is done. Then we Select "Journey to the West" and "Ping Yao"which are more representative in the Ming Dynasty, the last period as its control, carding an Development Overview about the 83 modal adverbs in the Ming Dynasty, the last two periods. At last, a brief analysis of these adverbs in the Middle and the use of modern Chinese are done and we obtained some of the more reliable conclusions.

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