This article explores the mental motive of aesthetic creation in Wangwei's pastoral poetry, and concludes that the mental motive of Wang Wei's creation was to seek the mental balance, eternal life, and home of heart.
The two deep-seated reasons why landscape and idyll come into being and develop during this period of time are as follows: One is that the given mode of life under feudal political and economic system impel literators and scholar-bureaucrats to long for landscape and countryside.
Delicacy" is the main feature of idyll in flourishing Tang Dynasty. In addition to the influence of economy, politics, culture, etc. in Tang Dynasty, this feature's formation is closely related to the particular social, cultural and psychological state of that time. Therefore, in view of cultural atmosphere and aesthetic psychology, this paper probes into the psychological basis for the formation of the delicacy feature of idylls in Tang Dynasty, which is indispensable to the understanding of this feature.
Landscape and Pastoral Poems describe the beautiful scenery with hills, waters, rural and villa, which typically reflect the situation and mentality of those hermits who were in troubled times but were still waiting for good job condition.
This is not merely because in Wei Yingwu's collection of poems, there is many quantity that the landscape and pastoral poems, and really have unique special, Have left a fresh and beautiful scenery in history of the long Chinese landscape and pastoral poem, but the trace that can't be ignored of a thin one.
This thesis start with the analysis of Chinese ancient landscape poems, investigate the space consciousness and the architecture imaginative expression among them, in order to enlighten the excellent quality creation of building space and establish a certain corresponding relation between these two.
It is essentially a pastoral idyll yet it is woven into the history of Israel.
In the first part of the article, the question of Theocritus' treatment of magic in the 2nd Idyll is being discussed.
Since the motif of ?αρμακον connects the 2nd with the 11th Idyll, a comparison between Simaetha and Cyclops is called for and some general conclusions about the motif of the healing properties of poetry in the Theocritean corpus are suggested.
This article sheds some new light on the often discussed problem of the end of Theocritus' fifth Idyll.
This article aims at explaining the reader's surprise when confronted with Theocritus' Idyll, rather than at providing another explanation for the abrupt end of the contest.