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A Traitor to Writing---On Xia Yu’s Poetry and Its Significance in Literary History
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Pages: 77-86
Year: Issue:  4
Journal: Taiwan Research Quarterly

Keyword:  poems by Xia Yucreative spiritstylistic revolutionsignificance in literary history;
Abstract: From his poetry anthology “Memorandum” in 1984 to “88 Optional Poems” in 2013, Xia Yu has followed his inclinations to betray the existing poetic theory and aesthetic norms in his modern Chinese poetry writing, brazenly challenging readers’ reading experience and reception limit, expanding the boundary of poetic writing freely and exploring diverse possibili-ties of poetic art. At the same time, he has reestablished new aesthetic tenets and logical order of modern Chinese poetry and constructed his own poetic kingdom with the artistic spirit of his intelligence game. Based on his 30 years of poetic writing as the reseaach object, the paper attempts to interpret the poetry’s internal creative spirit, external form of revolution and its signif-icance in literary history. .
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