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The theoretical resources of Zhu Ziqing’s system of hermeneutics of modern poetry

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The modern theory of the hermeneutics of poetry proposed by Zhu Ziqing is an important part of the modern Chinese poetics. This essay aims to examine the foreign and the Chinese theoretical resources of Mr. Zhu’s thoughts of the hermeneutics of poetry and show that he has applied the modern critical theories to the interpretation of the ancient Chinese poetry. Zhu Ziqing established his own theory of the hermeneutics of poetry after absorbing the ideas of modern western criticism and the traditional poetry interpretation. In addition, he reflected on the theories and the methods of the traditional poetry interpretation, which means a modern reconstruction of the traditional Chinese hermeneutics of poetry.

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2009-01-01
2016-09-26

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