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清華學報 Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies
清華學報 Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies

   

“P‘ang-t’ung” and “Chi-t’o”: Two Special Ways of Reading Chinese Shih and Tz’u Poetry

Vol. 23 No. 1   6/1993   

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“P‘ang-t’ung” and “Chi-t’o”: Two Special Ways of Reading Chinese Shih and Tz’u Poetry 

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Feng-yu Shih 

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    By “P‘ang-t’ung” 旁通, I mean a way of reading some special Chinese shih and tz’u in which the reader finds in a work a level of meaning which is parallel to and usually more signification than the literal sense of the work, but is not purposely conveyed by the author. 

    By “Chi-t’o” 寄託, I mean a way of reading some other special Chinese shih and tz’u in which the reader finds in a work a level of meaning which is also parallel to and usually more signification than the literal sense of the work, and is purposely conveyed by the author.

 

 

Author : Feng-yu Shih
Genre : Article
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