Discussion and Analysis on Cui Daorong's Poems in the Late Tang Dynasty
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- poets in the late Tang Dynasty; Cui Daorong; poems
- Cui Daorong ( - 907), born in Jingzhou in Tang Dynasty, was an influential member of Cui' family in Boling. He gave himself an alternative name "Dong-Ou Sanren" (a leisure man fond of wining). He was friendly with Si-Kong Tu, Fang Gan, and Huang Tao etc. He excelled at composing poems of four lines. His poems had been highly evaluated by Xin Wenfang in Yuan Dynasty, most of them, however, are non-existent today. There are only 79 poems and 2 incomplete works of him collected in Complete Collection of Tang Poetry. Therefore, he has been long before neglected by academia. This paper intends to analyze Cui's special perspective, inclination to be a hermit, doomsday mood, pitying- peasant thought from his poems for history, for social intercourse, for nostalgia and for farming work etc, and then to get knowledge of his artistic achievement in terms of the poems. In addition, through Cui's poems, we could appreciate the secret mind and in-depth mood of poets in the late Tang Dynasty, expecting to help us study on poetic circles in the late Tang Dynasty and the Five Dynasties.
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TY - CONF AU - Qian Hu PY - 2016/05 DA - 2016/05 TI - Discussion and Analysis on Cui Daorong's Poems in the Late Tang Dynasty BT - Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Arts, Design and Contemporary Education PB - Atlantis Press SP - 61 EP - 66 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icadce-16.2016.13 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icadce-16.2016.13 ID - Hu2016/05 ER -