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民國詞人盛配白話詞研究 /

English Abstract

The Ci-poet of Republic of China Sheng Pei who styled himself as“Shandai” was originally from Wenling City, Zhejiang Province, China. Sheng left lots of poetry works after his death, Shen Yi Liu praised him as a“miraculous man in the world”. Throughout Sheng’s poetry works, they can be classified into three categories according to the content: engaging in social activities and expressing appreciation, landscape and some traditional themes such as depicting history and political situation. Sheng’s poetry is not only profound and rich in content, with vivid characteristic of times; it is also considered as a high standard work because of the use of insipid words, development of poetry conception, witty description and rich style. This thesis, Research on the Vernacular Ci Poetry by Sheng Pei as a poet of the Republic of China, is divided into four parts. The first part is introduction, which is devoted to provide a general description of the Contemporary Poetry, as well as the research aims, research scope, research method and the research target of this thesis, Sheng Pei. The second part aims to discuss Sheng Pei’s life story, the content and characteristics of his poetry and finally figures out an overall image of Sheng’s poetry. The third part analyzes Sheng Pei’s selected vernacular poetry based on Zhirenlunshi Method and attempts to comment on those vernacular poetry. The fourth part is the conclusion, which summarizes and concludes the research finding.

Chinese Abstract

民國詞人盛配(1909——2001),字山帶,浙江溫嶺人。身後書稿山積,沈軼 劉驚為天下畸人。 縱觀盛配詞,涉及內容大致可以分為三類:應酬答贈、山川景物、詠史時政 等傳統題材。他的詞不僅有著較為深厚的題材內容與時代色彩,並因造語平淡、 詞境的開拓以及體貌詼諧詞風多樣表現出較高的水準。 本文《民國詞人盛配白話詞研究》共分四部分。第一部份為緒論,主要對當 代詞學作概況說明,同時概述研究目的、研究範圍和研究方法,以及本課題的研 究對象——盛配。第二部份(即上篇)重點在於論述盛配的生平事蹟、詞作內容 以及詞作特點,從而總結其詞的總體面貌。第三部份(即下篇),主要運用知人論 世法,將盛配詞進行附註及賞析,提供詞的文本。第四部份為結語,主要是對研 究結果進行概括和總結。

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Ci (Chinese poetry)

詞 (中國詩詞)



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