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dc.contributor.author梁博渊 Zhang, Sharon Huini
dc.description.abstractSingapore modern poet Liang Yue has loved classical poetry since young. As a student, he read up mostly on Taiwan modern poetry, and has since then been influenced and applied the modernist technique to his poetry works. Most of his poetry works began from the 80s in the 20th Century, right up till recent years. He has four solo poetry anthologies published as of now, namely: Cha Ru Shi Shuo (1984), Fu Sheng San Bian (1997), Selected Verses by Liang Yue (2002) and Ni De Ming Zi (2011). Through detailed analysis of Liang Yue’s poems and an interview with him, this thesis is a study of Liang Yue’s poetry works, and how the theme of humanistic concern is presented with varied modernistic approach throughout his works. There was a huge change in the social and cultural environment in Singapore society in the 70s, which greatly impacted Singaporean Chinese Liang Yue. His poems back then were written in depressed and sarcastic tones, expressing his strong solicitude towards the local Chinese ethnic, Chinese language and education problems, modern life in Singapore, as well as Chinese culture and history. During the 90s, as he accumulates more life experience and opens up to new writing styles, Liang Yue challenged himself to both exaggerative and surrealistic approaches with regards to the topic of humanistic concern in his poems. In the 21st century, the progression to an obscure and novel modern poetry style, left readers with greater rooms for imagination. Furthermore, some of his poems tell of personal experience and philosophical thoughts, showing deep cultural connotation in this Chinese poet. Liang Yue displays a variety of writing styles revolving the topic of humanistic concern, attempting to show reality in his works by means of different modernistic approaches. The efforts put in by Liang Yue show his versatile style and maturing artistic charm.本土现代诗人梁钺自小热爱古典诗词,求学时期接触到大量的台湾现代诗,从此以现代主义手法写诗。他的诗歌绝大部分创作于20世纪80年代以后,一直延续至今,目前为止已出版四本个人诗集,分别为《茶如是说》(1984年)、《浮生三变》(1997年)、《梁钺短诗选》(2002年)和《你的名字》(2011年)。 本文通过仔细考察梁钺的诗歌创作,以及和诗人所做的访问,看出诗人从最初的创作至今,始终离不开的终极主题:人文关怀。20世纪70年代开始,新加坡的社会文化形态起了重大改变,深深影响了身为新加坡华人的梁钺。他的诗以悲伤和讽刺的笔调,透露着他对本地华人、华语与华文教育问题、现代化生活以及中华历史与文化的浓烈关怀意识。进入90年代,随着生活经验的积累与在写作上的开拓,梁跃在描写人文题材时偏向夸张、超现实的基调。21世纪以后,诗人笔锋一转,其现代诗呈现隐晦、新奇的风格,留给读者更大的诠释与想象空间。此外,他的诗中也不乏个人抒发与哲理意味的作品,从中不难看出这位华人诗人深厚的文化涵养。 梁钺不断以新的写作风格抒写他对人文的关怀,以多变的现代主义手法表达现实的内容,努力展现一个本土现代诗人多面的个人风格及逐渐成熟的艺术魅力。en_US
dc.format.extent71 p.en_US
dc.rightsNanyang Technological University
dc.title从多变的现代诗风格展现不变的人文关怀主题 :梁钺新诗研究 = On Singapore poet Liang Yue : a study on the display of varied modern poetry styles with regards to humanistic concern in his worksen_US
dc.typeFinal Year Project (FYP)en_US
dc.contributor.supervisorCheung Chiu-Yee
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Humanities and Social Sciencesen_US
dc.description.degreeBachelor of Artsen_US
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