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The Love and Dedication in Yin-fu’s Poetry

  • JOURNAL OF CHINESE STUDIES
  • 2019, (63), pp.139-159
  • DOI : 10.26585/chlab.2019..63.005
  • Publisher : CHINESE STUDIES INSTITUTE
  • Research Area : Humanities > Chinese Language and Literature
  • Received : January 25, 2019
  • Accepted : March 4, 2019
  • Published : March 31, 2019

Kim, Jungsook 1

1숭실대학교

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ABSTRACT

Yin-fu, with his poems, attempted to achieve harmony of the individual and society. He contributed to the establishment of modern Chinese poetry. During the revolutionary era, he expressed various lyrics of dedication and love during turbulent times. This book deals with the study of the inner consciousness of devotion and love that appears in the poems of Yin-fu. The social realities that Yin-fu conceived as a teenager brought to life a sense of social dedication. When he spent his school days in Shanghai, demonstrations erupted due to the conflict between left and rightists. He, who has always witnessed these conflicts, finds in himself an altruistic self interested in working class and farmers. For Yin-fu, the proletariat was the revolution itself. His interest in proletariat made him grow a sense of optimism about the revolution. He vented his revolutionary enthusiasm with a solidarity with his revolutionary life and expressed his willingness to participate in the revolution. He revealed his altruistic view of the world to achieve the sacrifice of the revolution and love for the proletariat. His body belonged to a proletariat and his mind had an altruistic view of the world. The joy and euphoria that Yin-fu has experienced was realistic. He offered altruistic view of the world and realistic sacrifices as a way to express and practice his dedication and love. The epic of dedication and love that dominated the world of Yin-fu’s works overlapped with personal and social problems. Yin-fu has always been interested in solidarity toward workers and farmers, sacrifices, revolutionary experiences, and altruistic participation. This interest in dedication was maximized through the experience of proletariat, which led him to practice greater love. Furthermore, Yin-fu’s epic of devotion and love contributed to a unique character -which reflects both the individuality and social nature- of his poems.

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