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Title: 明末清初词中的忧患意识 = A manifestation of a sense of crisis in Ci written during the late Ming and early Qing period
Authors: 卓静扬
TOH CHEN YEONG
Keywords: Era of Chaos, Sense of Crisis, Patriotic Sentiments, Humanitarian Concerns, Personal Grievances, Revival of Ci
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2005
Citation: 卓静扬,TOH CHEN YEONG (2005-06-09). 明末清初词中的忧患意识 = A manifestation of a sense of crisis in Ci written during the late Ming and early Qing period. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The purpose of the research project is to gain an insight into the heartfelt concerns of the poets living in the critical late Ming and early Qing period, which signified a turbulent transition from the Ming dynasty to the Qing dynasty. These include a pressing sense of crisis in the face of an uncertain future under Manchurian rule, a prevalence of pro-Ming sentiments as well as humanitarian concerns pertaining to livelihood of the commoners. The above-mentioned factors are believed to have contributed to the revival of Ci during the Ming-Qing transition. By taking a close look at how a sense of crisis is manifested in the works of major poets of that era, we are then better able to trace and understand the "renaissance" of Ci.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/17097
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