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Studies on ＂Huo Ni＂ in Shi Shuo Hsin Yu
|關鍵字:||《世說新語》;惑溺;女性;容色;妒;Shi Shuo Hsin Yu;Huo Ni;female;beauty;envy||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學中國文學系||Project:||興大中文學報, Volume 34, Page(s) 25-41.||摘要:||
This paper aims to explore the entry, ＂Huo Ni,＂ in ＂Shi Shuo Hsin Yu＂. By investigating the contexts of ＂Huo Ni＂, this paper argued that the use of ＂Huo Ni＂ as a phrase started in ＂Shi Shuo Hsin Yu＂. Moreover, the use of ＂Huo Ni＂ is merely seen in the entries of ＂Shi Shuo Hsin Yu＂. Based on the researcher's investigation, ＂Huo＂ was defined as being seduced, and ＂Ni＂ referred to the desires for something. As a consequence, the phrase ＂Huo Ni＂ tended to be inferred as the relationship between two sexes, which in later literature people considered this classification specifically to be created for ＂vicious＂ women. However, if we further analyze the seven contexts of ＂Huo Ni;＂ it becomes relatively easy to figure that female characters were the targets (objects) of the vicious behaviors. In other words, ＂Huo Ni＂ was meant to blame on the males (the actors) but not the females. For example, Cao Cao coveted after Zhen Shi, Gu Chong lusted for Guo Huai, and Xun Can, Wang Rong, and Wang Dao had affairs with beauties. This also explained why the vicious females were documented in ＂Pai Diao＂ and ＂Gui ＂Zhen＂ but not in ＂Huo Ni＂. The purpose of ＂Huo Ni＂ was to blame on the males' misbehaviors, having affairs with females. In addition, Not only females but also male could be the targets of ＂Huo Ni.＂ For example, Gu Chong Ru to Han Shou. Therefore, it was inappropriate to directly related ＂Huo Ni＂ to being lascivious. ＂Huo Ni＂ in Shi Shuo Hsin Yu was classified as a deficiency for human beings. The doer of ＂Huo Ni＂ conducts something inappropriate to the target of ＂Huo Ni＂, and thus gave rise to the following consequences. Furthermore, the doer of ＂Huo Ni＂ and the target of ＂Huo Ni＂ should not be categorized exclusively to one sex, both sexes could be the doer or the target. Hence, this ＂Huo Ni＂ could not be viewed particularly as a category for vicious females. In short, this paper helps to clarify some concepts in ＂Huo Ni＂ and create a new understanding for ＂Huo Ni＂ in the context of ＂Shi Shuo Hsin Yu＂.
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