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Prince Kang’s Mansion : a literary space for the Tongcheng School
Liu Dakui 劉大櫆 and his disciples befriended Yong’en 永恩, Prince Kang and his fellows in the latter’s twenty years of holding the hereditary title during the reign of Emperor Qianlong of Qing. They held various literary activities in Prince Kang’s Mansion which became literary space for the early stage of the Tongcheng School 桐城派.Men of letters associated to Prince Kang’s Mansion such as Yong’en, Xu Yan 徐琰, Gan Yunyan 甘運源, Zhu Xiaochun 朱孝純 were also considered members of the Tongcheng School, and the bond passed down to its next generation. Yong’en was a representative of the Manchurian bannermen of nobility whose intended frugal life of elegance and the arts echoed Liu Dakui’s and Yao Nai’s 姚鼐 ideal way of life. Yong’en’s material and spiritual supports not only endowed Liu and Yao sojourning in Beijing with respect but also helped the Tongcheng School find a new path amidst early difficulties.
康邸, 桐城派, 旗籍文人, 文學空間, 永恩, Prince Kang’s Mansion, Tongcheng School, banner writers, literary space, Yong’en
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葉當前 (2022)。康邸 : 桐城派的一個文學空間。《嶺南學報》，復刊 第十六輯，頁61-75。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol16/iss1/3
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