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The Analysis on Jiben’s Book Shishuojieyi

Author ZhangJunLi
Tutor XieMingRen
School Guangxi University
Course Ancient Chinese Literature
Keywords JiBen Shi Shuo Jie Yi Ming Dynasty The Book of Songs Literature
CLC I207.22
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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ZhuXi’s BOOK "ShiJiZhuan",which represented the major achievements about The Book of Songs in Song Dynasty,had been dominant from the late Song to the middle Ming Dynasty. In the Mid-Ming Dynasty.The Book of Songs series systems were popular.Under the influence of the YangMingXinXue, JiBen had the spirit of question old beliefs and innovation.Both ZhuXi’s Views and The Book of Songs series systems were not being fully accepted.He put forward his new views about The Book of Songs, abandoning the traditional Book of Songs series. Without bunkum,his thought, on the basis of large amounts of data, was reasonable. JiBen’s book "ShiShuoJieYi" has a unique value and status.This paper by comparing the research methods, the quarter of the "Poetics and Bursting" and "Book of Songs", and Han, Song sent analyzed. At the same time to "Poetics and Bursting is explained," which, combined with "Poetics and Bursting Introduction" and "Poetics and Bursting the meaning of words" section to do a comprehensive discussion of certain quarters of the "Poetics and Bursting" Miscellaneous taken outside the Han and Songthere since a novelty features.Quarter of the "Poetics and Bursting", the main contribution is two aspects: First, the "poem" purpose of the new ideas, one thing for the name of the richness and depth.In short, the season of the "Poetics and Bursting," not only in terms of classical studies and Explanations of Things and the "Book of Songs" Basic Problems of the larger aspects of achievement, and the Interpretation of terms in the literature is remarkable, and its emotional for tours, organization of writing and language semanticsthe arts reflect the unique perspective of their literature.

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