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Dianjianglu: Literary criticism with distinct Chinese characteristics

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Dianjianglu 点将录 (the record of the ranked poets) should be considered a method of literary criticism with distinct characteristics in terms of its form and content. Dianjianglu has an independent form, an inclusive content and openness. It has both the casualness of traditional poetic verse and the commentary and preciseness of modern essays and books. In addition, dianjianglu expresses the essence of traditional Chinese literary criticism and also maintained a flexible form. Thus, the national characteristics and the modern significance of dianjianglu should be given more attention.


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