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Title: 1949年以前中国儿童文学观发展变化之童话实践研究 = Study on the literary practice of China's fairy tales with the development of China's children literature view before 1949s
Authors: 郑颖欢 Tee, Ying Huan
Keywords: Humanities::Literature
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: 郑颖欢 Tee, Y. H. (2022). 1949年以前中国儿童文学观发展变化之童话实践研究 = Study on the literary practice of China's fairy tales with the development of China's children literature view before 1949s. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. https://hdl.handle.net/10356/162191
Abstract: 自儿童作为一个独立的个体被发现以来,社会开始关注到儿童的权益,并意识到儿童和成人一样都需要有属于自己的文学,因此中国文学界开始出现关于儿童文学创作主张的论述。当时候,文坛上出现了两大主流派系:一种是强调顺应儿童天性发展的“儿童本位论”观念;另一种则是融注了成人话语,现实主义色彩较为浓烈的创作观念。 然而,这两种看似截然相反和矛盾的主张在互相融合之后竟能够创作出更加理想以及可持续性发展的儿童文学创作手法。 关键词:儿童本位论、胡适、周作人、陈衡哲、叶圣陶、张天翼、金近、童话 Since children were discovered as independent individuals, society began to pay attention to their rights and interests, and realized that children need their own literature as much as adults. Therefore, the China literary circle began to discuss the ideas of children's literature writing. At that time, there were two mainstream writing views: one was the concept of "child-oriented theory" which emphasized the development of children's nature, while the other was more inclined to realistic writing, which was integrated with adult discourse. However, these two seemingly opposite and contradictory views, after merging with each other, can actually create a more ideal and sustainable way of writing children's literature. Keywords: Child-oriented theory; Hu Shi; Zhou Zuoren; Chen Hengzhe; Ye Shengtao; Zhang Tianyi; Jin Jin; fairy tales.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/162191
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