Interpretation of Chinese Ming and Qing fiction Narrative Pattern Analysis
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- Ancient Chinese novels, Ming and Qing dynasties, narrative mode
China's social structure and cultural shape mold the narrative mode and narrative perspective of ancient Chinese novels. Chinese social structure of the family as the basic unit of society constituted the history of Chinese literature especially the family and clan -based Ming creative form of fiction and drama. Family drama in Song and Yuan has a great impact on the Ming family novel. As a result, novels in Song are more family -oriented, such as " King Cat " following the Confucian order of the family line and based on the production concept, as well as " Dream of Red Mansions" describing the rise and fall of a family or social life. Novels in Ming and Qing were not specifically looking for a family novel network structure to transcend linear structure, but this kind of narrative structure is consistent with and social structure, Chinese people's communicative manner and the content of the novel. This paper analyzes the narrative mode under the impact of these contents.
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TY - CONF AU - Bai Wenyong PY - 2014/09 DA - 2014/09 TI - Interpretation of Chinese Ming and Qing fiction Narrative Pattern Analysis BT - Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Informatisation in Education, Management and Business PB - Atlantis Press SP - 1 EP - 3 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iemb-14.2014.1 DO - 10.2991/iemb-14.2014.1 ID - Wenyong2014/09 ER -