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宋代 茶文化 양상과 蘇軾의 內儒外道-蘇軾의 詠茶詩를 중심으로

  • The Journal of Chinese Cultural Studies
  • 2011, (19), pp.289-311
  • DOI : 10.18212/cccs.2011..19.014
  • Publisher : The Society For Chinese Cultural Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Chinese Language and Literature > Chinese Literature > Chinese Culture

Im Jin ho 1 김미랑 1

1초당대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

On the Song dynasty, the development of culture brought the tea culture to prosper, and the convergence of Confucianism Buddhism and Taosim gave great influence to the literary circles. The literati of the Song era had both Confucianism, based on their thoughts of actualities, and also, Taoism and Buddhism, which was the solution of their inner agonies. This kind of trend appears on the poetries of Su shi, a poet who was greatly interested in teas. Su shi created the Eunil(meaning seclusion) theory witch shows the combination of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism. He used his tea poetries to furtively express about the contradictions of the Sung society, and about the pain which people suffers from the administrations. But after he got several political dispreciations, unable to do what he wanted, he wrote poems unrealated to reality, about accepting the present and taking a philosophical view of life, which expressed transcendence. He expressed his way of life from his work; Confucianism in the inside, and Taoism showing from the outside. Beyond all these, Su Shi's tea poetry(the Yong cha-shi) gave big challenges on it's usual form. He tried not to follow the common form of verse, and tried to adopt many other literal techniques such as the Hui wen-shi, bringing up the era's Yong cha-shi to a higher level.

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