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Title: “三言”叙述节奏管窥 :规律与变奏 = An examination on the narrative rhythm of Sanyan
Authors: 黄雪华 Ng, Xue Hwa
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: 在中国小说叙事发展中,话本形成其独特的叙事样式,叙述节奏成就了其特有的 叙述方式。本文以明代拟话本“三言”为研究对象,主要从叙事结构、叙事时间、修辞等方面探讨叙述节奏的变化规律与节奏美感,提出并探讨通俗小说在特定时代如何以叙述节奏实现其民族叙事的审美价值与社会功能。Among the Chinese ancient novel, Huaben has its unique narrative form. The key of this unique narration is narrative rhythm. Through the study of “Sanyan”, this paper mainly discusses the narrative rhythm’s regular rule and variation and its aesthetic qualities by analyzing the narrative structure, narrative time and rhetorical function of Sanyan. The analysis aimed at the aesthetic value and social function of the narrative rhythm which lead this popular novel in Ming dynasty to achieve its peculiarity. The first chapter focuses on the research methods of Sanyan and identifies the significance of this paper. This chapter is a brief introducing of this paper's main points. The second chapter is applied to analyze the characteristic of Sanyan’s narrative rhythm with some examples from stories of Sanyan. This chapter probes into the rhythm’s expression to excavate its rhythm value in the form of both sequence and variation. The third chapter focuses on the function of narrative rhythm on entertainment and moral teaching of Sanyan in order to expound the significance of narrative rhythm. Through this chapter, we can know how it influences and reforms a reader. Thus it is clear that the narrative rhythm, as an aesthetic way using by Feng Menglong, is very important in helping the common people in Ming dynasty to achieve the main topic and thought of Sanyan.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/21166
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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