In the ancient literature, she is a fragrant garden. With her colorful and varied Fengshen, she competed with Tang poetry for novelty, and with Yuan opera for Douyan. She has always been known as the double best with Tang poetry, representing the victory of a generation of literature.
Some of them are bold and unconstrained in the east of the river, some of them are graceful and tortuous in bowing their heads to make plum blossom, and some of them are deep in the feelings of cutting candles in the west window. The beauty of poetry, time.
Selected Chinese Tang poetry, Song Ci, ancient prose, to provide you with a clean and fresh appreciation space.
Song Ci is a brilliant diamond in the crown of ancient Chinese literature. In the langyuan of ancient Chinese literature, it is a fragrant garden. With her colorful and varied Fengshen, she competed with Tang poetry for novelty, and with Yuan opera for Douyan. She has always been known as the double best with Tang poetry, representing the victory of a generation of literature. From the book of songs, the songs of Chu and the poems of Han, Wei and Six Dynasties, we can learn the nutrition, and then supply the organic ingredients for the later drama novels of Ming and Qing Dynasties. To this day, she is still edifying people's sentiment and bringing us high artistic enjoyment.
The purpose of three hundred Song Ci poems is to introduce the three hundred Song Ci poems selected by the author in a popular, concise and concise way, and to make the annotation concise and clear of the meaning of the words; to translate in vernacular, to convey the meaning of the original words accurately in a literal way, to make the translator's culture beautiful and fluent, and to embody the artistic flavor of the original words as much as possible; to analyze in a concise and concise way, to explain the meaning of the ci poems. The techniques of image, emotion and expression provide some reference for Song Ci lovers to understand and appreciate Song Ci Art.
"Three hundred Song Ci" is the most popular anthology of Song Ci. It was compiled by Zhu xiaozang, one of the four great poets in the late Qing Dynasty, in 1924. It has a total of 88 poets and three hundred CI. Zhu xiaozang, editor, (1857-1931), formerly known as zumou, with the character of ancient Wei, haoouyin, also known as strong village and shangqiang villager, is from Gui'an, Zhejiang Province. The criteria for selection are to mix them into the main purpose, and to seek physical and spiritual quality.
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