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The divergence and interaction between the Huxiang School and the Tongguang School
This article shows the various divergence in poetics and the interaction between the Huxiang School 湖湘派 and the Tongguang School 同光體, the two largest schools of classical poetry in the late Qing dynasty that took similar political stances. The Huxiang School can be traced back to Wang Fuzhi's 王夫之 poetics of emotion in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. Despite his frequent associations with the Song Poetry School 宋詩派，Deng Xianhe 鄧顯鶴, a Huxiang School poet during the Jiaqing and Daoguang periods of Qing had no intention to dominate the circle. The Huxiang School, of which Wang Kaiyun 王闓運 was the representative, was the largest school caught between the Song Poetry School and the Tongguang School. Tongguang School poets, such as Chen Sanli 陳三立, often interacted with its counterpart. Early Huxiang School poets such as Deng Yi 鄧繹 and the later Chen Rui 陳銳 and Cheng Songwan 程頌萬 received influence from the Song Poetry School. Upon the New Cultural Movement the two schools were faced with a fate more similar than different.
同光體, 湖湘派, 王夫之, 王闓運, 陳三立, Tongguang School, Huxiang School, Wang Fuzhi, Wang Kaiyun, Chen Sanli
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張煜 (2022)。湖湘派與同光體之離合。《嶺南學報》，復刊 第十六輯，頁77-92。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol16/iss1/4