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The study of ＂Cha Ju Tu Zan＂
|關鍵字:||茶具圖贊;南宋;茶;Cha Ju Tu Zan;Song Dynasty;tea||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 35, Page(s) 89-125.||摘要:||
In Song Dynasty, from nobility to commoners, tea becomes an important part in everyone's daily life. The saying suggests ＂As you open your eyes come up meeting seven matters, firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar and tea.＂ Also, when guests come to visit, host would invite them to drink tea. Because of valuing the way of drinking tea, people began to value the drinking tool. In Song Dynasty, there are three books that were written on the topic of drinking tool, ＂Cha Ju Tu Zan＂, is among one of them. ＂Cha Ju Tu Zan＂ was written in 1269 A.D.; Author is unknown. The book is unique because it simply concentrate on the drinking tool. The author uses personification, become the person to each tea vessel, call a word for them; each tea vessel is personified, named and ranked. Not to do these for fun, the author implies statecraft. The tea vessel thus becomes a metaphor, the author intends to inform readers its hidden meaning of moral politics. By utilizing ＂Cha Ju Tu Zan＂ as a research object, this paper discusses its author, the drinking tool in Song Dynasty, and analyzes those metaphors, the main purpose of the book.
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