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Title: 唐五代闺怨诗词研究 = A study on Tang and five dynasties boudoir poetry and ci-poetry
Authors: 李慧仪 Lee, Judith Huiyi
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 闺怨可以说是中国古典文学史中的一个古老的题材,而古典闺怨诗词多为男性代笔。本文的第一章介绍闺怨与闺怨文化,即闺怨诗词类型,以及男子汉作闺音这一个奇特的文化现象,然后进行男性与女性作闺音的比较。创作一首好的闺怨作品,必须要恰当运用写作技巧,才能将女性的内心复杂情感表现得淋漓尽致,使闺怨作品绽放出独特的艺术魅力,以至广为流传。本文的第二章探讨唐代闺怨诗词独有的写作手法,第三章则探讨唐代闺怨诗词中独特的意象。虽然闺怨诗与词在创作手法上相同,不过即使如此,两种文体之间还是会有细微的不同。因此,笔者通过分析与比较具体作家的作品,从中看出他们抒写闺怨诗词的特点之处。It can be said that boudoir is an old theme in the history of Chinese classical literature, and most of the poetry and ci-poetry are written by male writers. The first chapter of this thesis introduces boudoir and its culture, which are the different types of boudoir works and the unique cultural phenomenon of boudoir whereby male writers write boudoir works, followed by a comparison between male and female writers writing boudoir works. The creation of good boudoir works requires the use of appropriate writing skills in order to thoroughly bring out the complexity of women's emotions, allowing the works to give off a unique artistic charm, as well as for them to be widely spread. The second chapter explores boudoir’s unique writing skills, while the third chapter explores boudoir’s unique images. Although both literary forms use the same writing skills, but even so, there will be a slight difference between them. Therefore, through analyzing and comparing specific writers’ works, we are able to see the unique characteristics of boudoir poetry and ci-poetry.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/55658
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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