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Title: 李商隐诗歌的伤春主题 = The theme of "sentiment for spring" in Li Shang-yin's poetry
Authors: 郭欣瑜 Kerk, Sin Yee
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: 伤春情怀是由人的主体对于时间流逝的意识所引发的一种感怀,向来是中国古典文学中源远流长的主题,自古以来为文人墨客所反复吟咏,在中国古典诗歌史上已成为一种主流。伤春诗歌最早出现在《诗经》中,可定义为春天意象与人生悲怨相互感发的诗作,以悲伤、哀怨作为主要的情感基调。本文将探讨晚唐诗人李商隐诗歌中重复出现的伤春主题,依诗中所蕴含的情感内涵加以分类。笔者拟结合晚唐的时代背景以及诗人的生平来做深入的文本细读与分析,以此揭示诗人的伤春情怀并非只是单纯地为春逝而伤感,更多的是他在人生中的自我实现过程,以及他对家国、仕途、情感的追求. Sentiment for spring is a sentimental feeling which caused by the time-consciousness in men. It has always been an important theme in Chinese classical literature. It can be seen as a main stream in the history of Chinese classical poetry, which has been appreciated and recreated repeatedly by Chinese ancient poets and writers. The sentimental poem of spring first appeared in “The Book of Songs”. It can be defined as the poetry about the interaction between the sadness in life and the scenery in spring, in which sadness is always the main emotion in these poetry. This thesis aims to study the theme of “sentiment for spring” which appears repeatedly in Li Shang-yin’s poetry. Firstly, I will classify the sentimental poetry of spring by their emotional conveyance. Next, I will analyze the poetry by doing close-reading, taking the political background of Late Tang Dynasty and Li Shang-yin’s encounters in life into factors, in order to reveal the complexity in the poet’s sentiment for spring. In my opinion, Li Shang-yin’s sentiment for spring is not purely for the end of the spring season itself, but it is also about his self-realization and pursuits for his personal life, career and for the country.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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