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Study on the Literary Writing by scholars traveled to Yangzhou in the Northern Song Dynasty
Yangzhou Literature,Scholars traveled in the Northern Song Dynasty,YangZhou Shao Yao,Qiong Hua,Pingshan Hall,Douye Ting,
|Publication Year :||2019|
Although the Northern Song Dynasty Yangzhou was not more prosperous than the Tang Dynasty, but relying on the convenient location of the north-south moderate transportation and the stable development of the society, the Northern Song Dynasty Yangzhou was still the southeastern city with the status of Huai Zuo Mingdu. This thesis takes 'the literati who visited Yangzhou in the Northern Song Dynasty ' as the object of study, firstly, through the investigation of poetry, discussion about the inheritance and innovation of imagery in the writing of Yangzhou by scholars in the Northern Song Dynasty. The writers of the Northern Song Dynasty inherited the common phase of Yang Liu's writing in collective memory since the Sui and Tang Dynasties. Because of the courage to break through the literary consciousness of the Tang Dynasty, Guanglingchun, with Qionghua and Shaoyao as its main ingredient, was newly created. And He Xun's style in Yangzhou was created, so that Du Mu was no longer as unique as before.
Secondly, among the literati in the Northern Song Dynasty, there were some literary masters and ministers, based on personal and group care. The main governance of the literati in the Northern Song Dynasty focused on the concern for agriculture, and the literary works also revealed the peasant consciousness, which was related to the reality that the Northern Song Dynasty Yangzhou suffered from the devastating impact of drought, floods and natural disasters on local agriculture. In response to the personal feelings of self-care, the Northern Song literati traveled to the beginning of Yangzhou and walked into the same place. The Northern Song literati developed a connection between people and the land to eliminate the strangeness. At the same time, some people came to Yangzhou with their sorrows and sorrows. This kind of emotion directly affected his literary writing in Yangzhou, and often there was an emotional manifestation of the two contradictory emotions between the old and the sick.
In addition, the Northern Song Dynasty scholars in the scenic view of Yangzhou, in addition to visiting the local historical sites in Yangzhou, the development of the new human landscape Pingshan Hall and Douye Ting. The reason why the two could become the representative of Yangzhou in the Song Dynasty was inseparable from the literary inscriptions of the literati in the Northern Song Dynasty. These literary creations not only enrich the humanistic connotation of the landscape itself, but also because the famous writers were commemorated by later generations, thus creating more poems and literary works.
Finally, as the literary master of the Song Dynasty, Ouyang Xiu and Su Shi successively traveled to Yangzhou. Even if the two were in Yangzhou for a short time, they could not avoid the brilliance of their literature. The literati group centered on Ouyang Xiu, the Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Banquet held at Ouyang Xiu's appointment, attracted the literary works of Mei Yaochen and other literati. Ou Mei’s literary interaction was a local literary event in Yangzhou. After Ouyang Xiu left Yangzhou, Liu Chang, a good friend, came to Yangzhou as an official. During this period, Ouyang Xiu, Liu Chang and Mei Yaochen wrote poems related to Yangzhou landscapes, which was once again a great literary event in Yangzhou. With Su Shi as the center of communication and literary interaction, he participated in many local literati gatherings in Yangzhou before he became an official. For example, at the literary gathering of Guangling Festival, the participants were Su Shi,Liu Ban, Su Zhu, Liu Zheng and others, who gathered to drink and write poems. When Su Shi became an official in Yangzhou, he and his disciple Chaobu Zhi became an official in one place at the same time. Naturally, they would write poems together for literary exchange. By investigating Ouyang Xiu's and Su Shi's friendship and literary activities during their official travels to Yangzhou, this thesis reflects the cultural impact they brought to Yangzhou.
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