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Title: 从历史到文学 :“杨家将”故事中的“忠义”与“亲情”研究 = From history to literature : a study on "loyalty" and "kinship" in the stories of "Generals of the Yang family"
Authors: 李依玲 Lee, Samantha Yi Ling
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 自宋朝以来,“杨家将”故事已是民间喜闻乐道的故事。本文认为“主题”是赋予一个故事灵魂的关键,因此,“杨家将”故事到了今时今日仍富有吸引力和生命力正是因为它的主题,即忠义与亲情,能打动人心。本文从不同的“杨家将”故事体裁着手,以明代章回小说,清代戏曲和现代影视为主,试图探究忠义与亲情在“杨家将”故事里扮演的角色。本文探讨了个体“杨家将”作品如何通过人物来处理“杨家将”故事中忠义与亲情的主题,并探究忠义与亲情在“杨家将”故事的关系中是矛盾对立还是相辅相成的。最后,本文也以李陵为个案,将之与杨业和杨四郎进行对比,从中探讨“杨家将”故事中忠义与亲情的冲突。The story of “Generals of the Yang Family” has been a popular folklore since the Song dynasty of imperial China, when Yang Ye and his descendants are believed to be still alive. As the soul of the story lies in its theme, this paper proposes that the theme of the story, namely loyalty and kinship, is something that touches the heart and soul of people; hence, the story of “Generals of the Yang Family” still attracts and captivates people in the modern times. This paper discusses the role that loyalty and kinship plays in the story through analyzing the different literature genres in which the story has been displayed, including poetry and prose, novels, dramas, modern serial dramas and movies. The paper also explores how the different interpretations of the story portrays loyalty and kinship through its characters and discusses whether loyalty and kinship in the story share a conflicting or complementary relationship. Lastly, using Li Ling as a case study, this paper discusses the conflicting relationship between loyalty and kinship in the story which can be concluded through the comparison between Li Ling, Yang Ye and Yang Si Lang.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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