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Lu Yun poetry study
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YAN, Jinzhong
subject
陸雲
陸機
二陸
西晋文学
顧彦先
Lu Yun
Lu Ji
two Lu
Western Jin dynasty literature
Guan Yanxian
abstract
Lu Yun (262–303 CE), known as one of the “two Lu,” along with his elder brother Lu Ji, was a poet whose works were representative of China’s Western Jin dynasty. Zhong Rong (鍾嶸), in his “Criticism of Poetry” (shīpĭn, also known as “Grades of Poetry”), evaluated Lu Yun’s poetry as being of “middle rank,” along with the other contemporary poets such as Zhang Hua (張華), Zhang Han (張翰), Pan Ni (潘尼), and Shi Chong (石崇). Zhong Rong made the following disparaging statement about Lu Yun: “Comparing Lu Yun to Lu Ji is almost the same as comparing Cao Zhi to Cao Biao. The only reason people call them “two Lu” is because they are brothers.”(清河之方平 原、殆如陳思之匹白馬。於其哲昆、故称二陸。) What aspect of the poems of Lu Yun drew such fierce criticism, leading critics to dismiss them as being below the first rank? To answer this question, one must first make a careful, detailed analysis of Lu Yun’s poems in their entirety. This paper presents a close examination of Lu Yun’s collection of poems titled Four Epistles for send and reply, made for Guan Yanxian and his wife (為顧彦先贈婦往返四首).
journal title
The Hiroshima University studies, School of Letters
volume
Volume 80
start page
21
end page
39
date of issued
2020-12-25
publisher
広島大学文学部
issn
2436-410X
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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