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|標題:||泊然於聲華馳逐之外:從(明)徐禎卿、高叔嗣撰；(清)王士禎刪錄《二家詩選》看王士禎的神韻詩學||作者:||閔秋英||關鍵字:||Wang Shi-zhen;王士禎;Shenyun;Erjia shixuan;Xu Zheng-qing;Qing poetics;神韻詩學;二家詩選;徐禎卿;高叔嗣;清代詩學||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學文學院||Project:||興大人文學報, Volume 46, Page(s) 1-30.||摘要:||
In the Qing dynasty, classical literature, especially poetic theories, abundently developed, which includes "The Theory of Intuitive Charm" (Shenyun shuo神韻說) by Wang Shi-zhen(王士禎), "The Theory of Style" (Gediao shuo格調說) by Shen De-Qian (沈德潛), "The Theory of Spirituality" (Xingling Shuo性靈說) by Uan Mei (袁枚), 'The Theory of Literary Texture" (Jili shuo肌理說) by Ong Fang-Gang (翁方綱), and others. In the "discourses of poetics," Qing dynasty is extremely rich. Wang Shi-Zhen accumulated all the ideas of poetic creations by previous Qing poets and after the reexamination and innovation of them, he then proposed his theory of "Shenyun," which serves as the most important and influential poetics in early Qing. His poetry and poetics now represent early Qing.When dealing with Shenyun shuo, scholars generally discuss the anthologies of poetry edited by Wang Shi-Zhen, his criticism of poetry, and his informal note-taking. These anthologies, though not of his creation, contain his view of aesthetics and reveal his ideas of poetics. Therefore, the anthologies of "A Collection of Three Essences of Tang Wise Men" (Tangxian sanmei ji唐賢三昧集), "Selected Poems of Two Masters" (Erjia shixuan二家詩選), and "A Collection of Tang People's Ten Thousand Quatrain" (Tangren uanshou jueju xuan唐人萬首絕句選), made by Wang and included in "Complete Books of Four Divisions" (Siku quanshu四庫全書), are worth a full exploration.Yet, because Tangxian sanmei ji was an adapted version from his early tutoring textbook "The Anthology of Intuitive Charm" (Shenyun Ji神韻集), and because the latter had been altered, Wang reedited Tangxian sanmei ji in his old age. By then, his poetics of Shenyun had reached its maturity; thus he included only poems written in the Tang dynasty. Thereafter, Tang xian san mei ji has always attracted scholarly attention. Wang edited Tangren uanshou jueju xuan on the basis of an early anthology by Hong Mai (洪邁) in the Song dynasty. However, the Tarigren uanshou jueju xuan did not only contain Wang's poems. Of his three anthologies of poetry, Erjia shixuan was the only one he edited in an early period when he was about to form his poetics of Shenyun. In this period, Wang selected the poems by Xu Zheng-Qing (徐禎卿) and Gao Shu-Si (高叔嗣), who were among the Seven Men of Letters of Ming dynasty-an act worthy of one's deep reflection.Wang Shi-Zhen had long praised Xu Zheng-Qing and Gao Shu-Si highly, and he claimed to have been greatly influenced by Xu Zheng-Qing's "A Talk of Art" (Tanyi lu談藝錄), Any man of literature or literary theories, inevitably, inherits tradition. While Erjia shixuan was being editied, Wang's Shenyun had not yet reached its theoretical maturity; nevertheless, by the fact that Wang once said he was greatly affected by Xu Zheng-Qing , and that Erjia shixuan included some of Xu's works, the reader may thereby grasp the way Shenyun was being shaped. As a consequence, this thesis aims to analyze Wang's criteria of poetry selection according to Erjia shixuan in Siku quanshu, to explore the artistic features and aesthetics of this anthology, and, finally, to inspect its relation to Wang’s later ideas of Shenyun.
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