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Title: 王蕴章(1885-1942)及其《燃脂余韵》研究 = A STUDY OF WANG YUNZHANG (1885-1942) AND HIS WORK RANZHI YUYUN
Authors: 孙亚楠
Keywords: Ranzhi yuyun, Wang Yunzhang, Women’s Study, Funü Zazhi, Anthology of poetry (Shi Hua), Gender Study
Issue Date: 20-Aug-2013
Citation: 孙亚楠,SUN YANAN (2013-08-20). 王蕴章(1885-1942)及其《燃脂余韵》研究 = A STUDY OF WANG YUNZHANG (1885-1942) AND HIS WORK RANZHI YUYUN. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The Ranzhi yuyun is an anthology of poems written by female poets in the Qing Dynasty. As the compiler of this anthology, Wang Yunzhang was also the main editor of the two magazines that were published in Shanghai during the early Republic era (1910-1920), namely the Funu Zazhi(The Lady?s Journal)and Xiaoshuo yuebao (The Short Story Magazine). This thesis uses the Ranzhi yuyun as the major source, accompanied by a close study of relevant sources from the Funu Zazhi and Xiaoshuo yuebao. The first chapter of this thesis discusses the general content of the anthology. Chapter two examines the strategies adopted by the author in compiling such an anthology. Chapter three discusses the social involvement of the author in the contemporary society by studying relevant examples from the anthology. Chapter four discusses the implied political meaning of the records of chaste women in the anthology. In conclusion, the Ranzhi yuyun focuses on women?s role as wife and mother as proven by plentiful records of the examples of "boudoir responsorial" and ?mother education" in the anthology. Wang Yunzhang adopted the strategies of the traditional anecdotal approach when compiling the anthology. Although Wang?s comments on women?s writings were not copious, he generally embraced the Natural Inspiration Theory in criticizing women?s poetry.
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