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    Title: 塵網中:陶淵明走向田園的側影
    Other Titles: On the context of How Tao Yung-Ming develops Chinese Pastoral Poetry
    Authors: 陳引馳
    Chen, Yin-chi
    Keywords: 陶淵明;田園;家族;信仰;桓玄;慧遠
    Tao Yung-Ming;Chinese pastoral image;family;religion;Huan Xuan;Hui Yuan
    Date: 2015-06
    Issue Date: 2016-05-25 11:59:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 「田園」是凝聚陶潛現實生活、人生追求和詩學成就之焦點,本文在政治、家族、信仰和文學交相錯綜的構架中,討論詩人走向「田園境界」的途程上經歷的世間種種挫折和不如意,尤其關注陶潛與桓玄之間在家族和信仰上的相關性,試圖對其歸隱田園之背景做一新的描畫,並進而提示出陶潛文學對其現實經驗的轉化和提升。
    Tao Yung-Ming’s pastoral poetry bespeaks and embodies the way he lives, his life’s pursuit, and his poetics. This paper aims to examine how Tao turns to a rural life and pastoral poetry after all the frustrations and disappointments, especially his relation between Huan Xuan in terms of family and religion. Through the discussion on the context of family, religion and literary climate during his time, I will go further to explore how he learns to transcend realityand life experiences through poetry, which helps him attain high levels of spiritual insights.
    Relation: 政大中文學報, 23, 5-32
    Bulletin of the Department of Chinese Literature National Chengchi University
    Data Type: article
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