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On the Literary Self-Consciousness of the Han, Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties

Fu Gang 傅刚    Peking University, China    

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abstract

The period from the Qin dynasty 秦 (221-206 BC) through the Northern and Southern dynasties (420-589) was an important period for the burgeoning self-awareness and sophistication of Chinese literature. In this period literature gradually detached itself from the traditional fields of the learning of the Classics and historiography, so that the special characteristics of literature became evident. The major genres of Chinese literature were established, while literary groups, schools and styles were formed. Finally, literature achieved an independent status, and a solid foundation was established for the thriving literature of the Tang 唐 (618-907).

Submitted
July 16, 2016
Language
IT
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-098-3
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-095-2

Keywords: Six DynastiesJinlouziGolden Tower MasterLiterary Self-Consciousness

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