Centering about Dai Wangshu, Bian Zhilin, He Qifang, "modern" poetry rooted from Chinese traditional culture, especially the traditional poetic art that basing on the intrinsic values and aesthetics of Chinese artistic tradition reconstructed the artistic conception of oriental modern poetry.
Comparison in Chinese poetry tradition depends on the heritage of it from generation to generation,which has decided its artful features along the developing characteristics of Chinese modern poetry in the poetic comparisons at home and abroad.
In the initial stage of the Chinese modern new poems, the new theories and the creation of the "Early three vernacular poets" are of great exploring significance. They had made an everlasting contribution to the development of the new poems.
Modern new poems need to "create styles" after "breaking through styles" and need to be balanced between national character and cosmopolitism,between artistic characteristics and the characteristics of time,between freedom and standard in order to be developed.
With the unique feeling of cultural spirit and consideration,the new prospective of appreciation,perfection of theoretical form and obviousness of style and technique,the book has offered a classical text for how to appreciate modern Chinese poetry on the basis of constrict combination of theory and practice.
The discovery clarifies Shelley's involvement in a philologically informed Romantic project that sought to re-locate 'genuine', emphatic diction in modern poetry and thus resist inherited neoclassical literary values.
Formal, discursive and contextuals elements all play a part in the reception of ancient texts in modern poetry and drama.
It employs current literary theory and provides comprehensive coverage of modern and post-modern poetry from the 1950s onwards.
To complete a book on reading and teaching Shakespeare and to refine two manuscripts on reading and teaching modern poetry.
Focusing on the current debates on cultural legitimation, the article examines the different discourses on modern Chinese culture: "aphasia" in modern Chinese literary theory; "Westernization" in modern Chinese poetry.
A study of the trends of literary thought in China from 1917 to 1949 and how they affected modern Chinese poetry, essays and novels.