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|Other Titles: ||A study of Lee Chia-tung's intergenre prose|
|Authors: ||盧芸屏;Lu, Yun-Ping|
|Keywords: ||李家同;弱勢關懷;小說體散文;社會關懷散文;Lee Chia-tung;the concern for the disadvantaged minority;novel-style prose;social care prose|
|Issue Date: ||2016-01-22 15:00:09 (UTC+8)|
In addition to being well read, an essayist is supposed to have a noble character and be cultivated to express humanism and to exhibit the moral sentiment of an intellectual in his or her works. Lee Chia-tung is an essayist who has these traits. Besides his devotion to education, Lee commits himself to the field of literature creation. A pious faith in religion, a long-term experience of being a compassionate volunteer and a broad mind have lead to an abundance in his literary creations. Lee’s sensitive and emotional writings have told a variety of stories of human beings. Lee’s works focus mainly on the disadvantaged minority and the problems of human existence. His novel-style prose which expresses the philosophy of life by means of narratives is worthy of studying for its wisdom and the art of prose writing. Moreover, his works lead their readers into a different spiritual world and makes them deal with the secular affairs with a more open-minded attitude.
The first introductory chapter of this study offers a bibliographical review of the research materials on Lee Chia-tung’s works. Chapter 2, titled “The method and skill of Lee Chia-tung’s novel-style prose,” discusses the relationship between Lee’s religious faith, personal cultivation and the content of his works and analyzes the skill of his creation. Chapter 3, the topic of which is “The characteristics of Lee Chia-tung’s novel-style prose,” investigates Lee’s novel-style and social care proses, the main concern of which is the issue of the disadvantaged minority. Chapter 4, entitled “The dimension of social care of Lee’s prose,” explores Lee’s concern for social problems and existential difficulties in human beings and his insights for the improvement of the human condition. Chapter 5, the concluding part of this study, encapsulates the ideas of the previous chapters and evaluates Lee’s achievement in literature.
This study comprehensively examines the themes and methods of Lee Chia-tung’s literature creation and aims to make contributions to any future research on Lee’s proses. Appreciations are given to those predecessors in this field who have produced many precious relevant interviews and book reviews, from which this study is benefited.
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