A Study on Lu Ji’s Archaistic Poems



"Archaistic poetry" is an important part in traditional Chinese literature. This thesis goes through some representative works, basically written by Lu Ji, who is good at imitating, in order to analyze the characters his archaistic poems have. There are four steps for us to discuss. Firstly, to outline the early development of archaistic poems from An Anthology of Literary Works; Secondly, to find out the generation reason of "archaistic poetry"; Thirdly, to analyze some representative works written by Lu Ji; Fourthly, to put Lu Ji’s archaistic poems on a right position in the whole literary history.Keywords: archaistic poetry; Lu Ji; An Anthology of Literary Works; Tao Yuan-ming

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