第五章 總結：歸納本論文的重點，與總結成果，最後基於本課題的研究衍生出可能的展望。 Zhong-shu Qian once said that: “Han-Yu’s reputation is legendary during the Northern Song Dynasty”. The recognized academic status and achievement of Han-Yu by academicians started from Song’s dynasty. We can see that any reform of classical prose and poem in Song Dynasty are also influenced by Han-yu, so that we can said that Han-yu are inseparable with the literature during Song-dynasty.
First of all, this paper will discuss how Song’s poets understand and accept Han-Yu and Han-Yu’s poems as mainstream, and secondly introduce “intertextuality” as the theoretical basic and applies it to the study of the phenomena of the Song’s poetry, the purpose to examine the interaction and relationship between Song Poets and Han-Yu.
This research comprises as five chapters:
The First Chapter: Introducing the scope of this research thesis, with emphasis on the discussion of “intertextuality” theory.
The Second Chapter: Research purposes and research methodology; introduce the main points of each chapter.
The Third Chapter: To consider the works of Ou Yang-Xiu and Su-Shi, who are two of the most established poets during the Song Dynasty, and the manner their literary creations influence literary Aesthetics of Song. With the theory of “every word has its source” and “fuse old word to become new ideas” to improve Song’s Poem. It can make Song’s poet become different or better than Tang’s Poet.
The Fourth Chapter: the poetry of Wang An-Shi and Huang Ting-Jian are related with Han-yu and shown the way how they understanding or explain Han-yu. They have their own way to conclusion the writing of previous, and generalize the new writing methods. The new writing wish is the way to show poet’s personal and historical identities’ via his own poem.
The Fifth Chapter Conclusion: Summarising the main points and drawing a main conclusion of this thesis, as well as providing further research areas on the research topic.