These three plates contain 12 items that are organized gradationally as follows: literary works construction→literary imaginary→literary image→literary artistic conception and typicalness→constructing approaches to literature→the methodology of literary creation→literary creation→literary forms and classification→literary requirement→literary acceptance→literary development→literary feedback.
The thesis that is composed of the preface and four parts is sustained by the theories of narrative semiotics, literal semiotics, archetypal semiotics and cultural semiotics. The connections between the symbol“A”and the formal skills, variations of topic and literary images in religion are annotated.
This paper analyses Chinese historical materials about peach from four aspects including biological characteristics,medical fuctions,faith connotations and literary images,and explores the relationship between the derivation of peach culture and people's knowledge and social fashions.
Through a comparison between the literary images by the two authors, the paper attempts to prove that Lu Xun's spirit plays an important role instead of disappearing from contemporary Chines literary circle.
Miraculous images is a critical theory category of literature. As cultural image of literature critique,It differ from mythical image,general literature image and literature prototype,and from the mythology,philosophy and religion,folk custom,etc.
Writer Lu Xun organically fused the social phenomena that he profoundly perceived with traditional literary imagery, successfully created the social imagery of his essays, and used it as an important literary factor in the social criticism of his writings, especially his essays.
As a writer to express people's spirit through creation of literary imagery in the description of state of existence of contemporay Chinese, Jia Pingwa analyzes people's cultural psychology and spiritual formation with his unique foresight.
Cognizant that psychoanalytic concepts held implications for the meaning of this experience, Lewis offers a critical commentary on these implications and their presuppositions with regard to literary imagery.