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    Title: 吳文英詞接受史
    Other Titles: The history of literary reception in Wu Wen-ying’s ci-poetry
    Authors: 普義南;Pu, Yi-nan
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系博士班
    陳文華;Chen, Wen-hua
    Keywords: 吳文英;夢窗;詞學;接受史;接受理論;Wu Wen-ying;Meng Chuang;etymology;acceptance throughout history;acceptance theories
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 17:13:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文以吳文英詞為研究對象,援用西方接受理論,探討南宋到清代約八百年間,歷代讀者之審美反應。各章論述進行方式,先考察每個時代夢窗詞文獻接受環境與傳播概況,再以此為基礎,審視各代、各家批評夢窗的論據強度與接受意義。

    This thesis focuses on Wu Wen-ying’s Ci and investigates the aesthetic response of its readers throughout the eight-hundred-year period between the Southern (Nan) Song Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty using western acceptance theories. The way of conduct described in the chapters is to first investigate the acceptance environment and propagate status of Meng Chuang Ci literature from each era, and then, based on the results, inquire both the intensity of arguments criticizing Meng Chuang as well as the meaning behind its acceptance by the different schools of different periods.

    The thesis is divided into six chapters. Chapter One introduces the motives, objectives, methods and areas of this research. Chapter Two discusses the period of late Song and early Yuan Dynasties, when the notes and remarks showing social networks effects of Meng Chuang were few yet very influential on the tsu selection of that time. The brief remarks of Meng Chuang from both Shen Yi-fu’s “A Guide to Verse” and Chang Yen’s “Etymology” have a far-reaching impact on generations to come. Hence, we shall compare the remarks from the two books with the trends of etymology theory within a century. Chapter Three discusses the Yuan and Ming Dynasties, a period when information on direct criticism is the minimum. We shall therefore examine the reason for the stagnancy of Meng Chuang study. The engraved Meng Chuang Ci selections of the Late Ming Dynasty may not be sufficient in quality or quantity; however, they contributed in the re-discovery of Meng Chuang Ci in the Qing Dynasty. We shall explain in detail the sources of selection and values of comment as well as the literature basis and value of the Meng Chuang Ci engravings by Mao Jin. Chapters Three and Four focus on the Qing Dynasty. This is the period when literature on criticism of Meng Chuang Ci increases. The way of conduct shall change from detailed listing to the discussion of main works and main stream schools. Early Qing Dynasty the main stream poetic styles were the Zhe Xi School and official criticism with Meng Chuang being accepted by schools of Guang Ling and Yang Hsien, while late Qing Dynasty the main stream preferred the Chang Jhou School and the Four Great Poets of Late Qing with acceptance of Meng Chuang by the Wu Jhong School and poets like Wang Guo-wei. Chapter Six summarizes the thesis and concludes from three aspects - the propagation and compilation of Meng Chuang Ci literature, the changes of external acceptance environment between the dynasties, and the evolution of internal etymology theory dialectic.
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