TitleAdmiration for Qu Sao─The Study of God and Grand Tour for “Vagabond Fu” by Hong Chi-Sheng
作者Wang, Shu-hui
Associate Professor, General Education Center, Liberal and Arts, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Hong Chi-Sheng (1866-1928), when he was twenty-year-old, built the idea of the God tour of Zhongyuan landscape from the reading literature. At the age of twenty-six, "Vagabond Fu" (1892) is a form of the sentence "Formal simulation" (Nine Odes). The content is copied from the Qu Yuan exile route, then planning a Grand Tour of travel. Two aspects of Quasi-ancient are proposed by Cai Yingying-jun. The first is the formal simulation, and the second is the emotional identity. Especially, Vagabond Fu is a non-mainstream stylistic, which expresses the Qu Sao feelings.
Self-comparison with Qu Yuan, Mr. Hong wrote the poems every ten years after the Yiwei’s event. Forty-six years old, he hopes that the second son will inherit the Qu Sao feelings. Then he determined to travel Grand Tour in China at fifty years old. Accompanied by the second son, he completed the Hunan tourism tour of the “Vagabond Fu” planning at the age of fifty. Eight States Travels records the beautiful travel environment of Hunan and Hubei. Thus, the study of God and grand tour of “Vagabond Fu” that is taking “Admiration for Qu Sao” as the core, then presenting the special tourism of Mr. Hong.
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