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    Title: 《徐霞客遊記》中的人文風景之研究
    Other Titles: A study of cultural scenery in Xu Xia-Ke's Travel Notes
    Authors: 曹若慧;Taso, Jo-Hui
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 徐霞客;徐弘祖;晚明;遊記;人文風景;Xu Xia Ke;Xu Hong Zu;Travel notes;Late Ming Dynasty;Cultural landscape
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 15:00:00 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 徐弘祖(1587—1641),生於江蘇江陰。因為以「山水遊」為終生志業,而被當時名士陳繼儒(1558—1639)取號為「霞客」。

    Xu Hong Zu (1587-1641), was born in Jiangyin, Jiangsu. Because Xu Hong Zu took "Great Travel " as an ideal goal for his whole lifetime, the celebrity Chen Chi Ju (1558-1639) named him " Xia-Ke " at that time.
    Xu Hong Zu’s out effort on his "Great Travel" was very different from past travelers whose main purpose was making sightseeing tours for happy adaptability or trying to use the landscape to release relegated depression. Although traveling fashion prospered in late Ming Dynasty, such as Wang Shixing’s official travel or Chen Ji Ru’s literacy tour, only Xu Hong Zu traveled for "Great Travel."
    The essay emphasized on "XU XIA-KE''S TRAVEL NOTES" text-based, and research in the literary characteristics. The first part of the essay discussed about the "XU XIA-KE ''S TRAVEL NOTES’" different transcripts copy in the history. The second part discussed about how his parents’ education impacted on Xu Hong Zu in the long run, and uncovered Xu Hong Zu’s personality traits through poetries in his mailing between his good friends Huang Dao Zhou, Chen Han Hui, Chen Ji Ru and Tang Tai. The third part discussed about the cultural landscape within "XU XIA-KE''S TRAVEL NOTES." The notes not only were carefully written down about local legends and poetry works but also took him a lot of time and efforts on rubbing works of calligraphy on the rock cliff. Xu Hong Zu paid a lot of attention to preserve the humanistic spirit of culture. The focus on cultural landscape within "XU XIA-KE''S TRAVEL NOTES" was different from other historical and contemporary traveling literatures. The fourth part discussed about Xu Hong Zu’s encounter with other people during his journey. This part became the human landscape in "XU XIA-KE''S TRAVEL NOTES." Xu Hong Zu’s appreciation to the beauty of nature and feeling purification from it showed his deep traditional learning support and humanity. The fifth part concluded the "XU XIA-KE''S TRAVEL NOTES’" value in the literature history.
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