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Inquiries and Confession before the Cross: An Interpretation of Wang Guilin’s My Jerusalem

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This essay employs the approach of New Criticism close reading to interpret My Jerusalem by a contemporary Chinese poet, Wang Guilin, from the dialogic perspective of “I and Thou.” From a dimension of faith beyond daily life, the poet narrates his astonishment, historical reflection and spiritual transformation during a visit to Jerusalem. For him, the journey to Jerusalem was also a pilgrimage to a spiritual homeland, self-achievement, and peace and love.

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2015-08-19
2017-11-21

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