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Different Writing Methods and Women's Ethics: a Study of Ci-Yi Empress Li of the South Song Dynasty
|關鍵字:||慈懿李后;宋光宗;后妃之德;宋史;紹熙內禪;undefined;undefined;undefined;undefined;undefined||Project:||興大人文學報, Issue 60, Page(s) 191-215||摘要:||
Through the study of ＂Li Li Huanghou Zhi＂ （〈立李皇后制〉）the author found the high expectation of Song officials and scholars towards the Empress moral standards. However, Li Feng-Niang（李鳳娘）was honoured as a queen was because of a political marriage and political myth, but not her ethics. In addition, Sichao Wenjian Lu （《四朝聞見錄》）initially recorded the political impact of Li Feng-Niang. However, the records of murder, because of her jealousy and disobeying her parents, were first seen in Qidong Yeyu （《齊東野語》）. Until Song Shi 《宋 史》copied the record of Qidong Yeyu, the image of Li Feng-Niang was fixed. In the Ming dynasty, Xihu Erji（《西湖二集》）added circumstances about the reveng of resentful spirits to the story of Li Feng Niang. This circumstance reflected the women's view in the Ming dynasty. This article not only shows that ethical ideas of scholars of the period between the Song and Yuan dynasties, who tried to maintain social order, but is also proof that the regulation of female ethics become tougher from the Song dynasty to the Ming dynasty.
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