This course reads classic poetry, acquires the concept of diachronic development and evolution of the formal structure of classical poetry, and recognizes the poetic style and style molded in different historical stages. By analyzing and interpreting the content of the works, we can understand the changes in the style and writing norms of various poems in different historical stages, and acquire the ability to study and appreciate independently. And on the basis of grasping the evolution of the form and content of classical poetry, classical poetry writing is carried out. In the process of writing and feedback from teachers, let the students profoundly understand: the completion of a poem, all qualities that must be possessed, such as the mastery of cultural allusions, the use of words, the development of language sense, and so on.
Class A; Classical poetics is very representative in the development of Chinese literature, and is one of the basic courses required in the Chinese Department of Poetry Selection and Writing. In this course, from classical poetry to recent styles, the poems are selected and studied. As this course is the academic year, the course arranges classical poems for the above semester, the next semester teaches recent poems as principles, and is taught in accordance with the principles of practice in order to train students to read poetry. - Enjoy poetry - poetry - ability to write poetry. The main teaching content includes: the basics of poetics, the reading of ancient poems, and the three main axes of classical poetry. There are four teaching goals: to build basic knowledge of classical poetics, to master the development of Chinese poetics, to understand and taste important poets, and to lay the foundation and interest in classical poetry creation. It is expected that students who pass this course can develop the ability to “admire the ability to elevate, be a doctor,” and “not to learn poetry without saying anything,” and to achieve a “gentle and generous” poetic education. Class B: This course is a compulsory course for seniors. It focuses on the most brilliant genre of Chinese literature—classical poetry. It selects the poems of the Pre-Qin Han, Wei, Jin and Northern and Southern Dynasties, Tang and Song, and Ming and Qing Dynasties. It also explains the rhythm and practice of poetry and hopes to cultivate students’ classical The ability to read, appreciate, and write poetry, and in turn, to study in depth the topics related to classical poetry.
Dai Junren, ed., Selected Poems, Taipei: Chinese Culture University, 1981
clear. Gao Buyin, Editor: "An Introduction to Poetry in the Tang and Song Dynasties", Taipei: Liren Publishing House, 2004
Liang. Xiao Tong compiled, Tang. Li Shan Note: "Selected Works", Taipei: Wunan Book Publishing Co., Ltd.
Limited Company, 1991
Song. Guo Maoqian, “The Yuefu Poem Collection”, Taipei: Li Ren Shu Bureau, 1980
Qi Qinli School: "The Poems of the Pre-Qin Han, Wei Jin and the Northern and Southern Dynasties", Taipei: Xue Hai, 1991 Zhang Mengji: "The Style of Modern Chinese Poetry", Taipei: Zhonghua Book Company, 1970
Zhang Mengji: The Formal Structure of Classical Poetry, Taipei: Camel Press,
Xu Qingyun: The Classical Poetry Verse Easy Inspection, Taipei: Wenjin Publishing House, 1993
Ge Zhaoguang: "The Rubik's Cube of Chinese Characters - Notes on Linguistics of Chinese Classical Poetry",
Shanghai: Fudan University, 2008
Hou Yihui: "Theme and Spiritual Treatment of Tang Poetry", Taipei: Sanmin Bookstore,
Qian Zhongshu: Selected Song Poems, Taipei: Shulin Press, 1990
Yan Kunyang: Classical Poetry Review, Taipei: Hanguang Culture, 1987
Huang Yongwu: Chinese Poetics, Taipei: Juliu, 1977
Yoshikawa Kojiro, Zhang Peiheng, translated: History of Chinese Poetry, Shanghai: Fu
Dan University Press, 2001
Yoshikawa Kojiro, Zheng Qingmao Translation: "Overview of Song Poetry", Taipei: Joint Commission
Matsuura Yujiu, Sun Changwu, Zheng Tiangang, Translator: Principles of Chinese Poetry, Taipei: Hong Ye Publication, 1993
Liu Ruoyu, translated by Wang Guiyu: "Chinese Poetry Theory", Taipei: Cubs Publishing
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