Evolution of Ci Poetry of the dynasties of Tang and Song in the perspective of dissociation and integration of Shi and Ci

in Frontiers of Literary Studies in China
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The development of Chinese literary genres is largely a history of dissociation and integration. Ci and Shi are closely associated at all times, separated at one time, and fused with each other at others. A brief survey of dissociation and integration of Ci and Shi falls into four periods: 1) starting from the early to the mid-late Tang Dynasty (Tang Chao 唐朝 CE 618–907), when Ci was derived from Shi and no distinction existed between the two; 2) the late Tang Dynasty and the following Five Dynasties (Wu Dai 五代 CE 907–960), during which Ci was separated and known from shi; 3) the Northern Song Dynasty (Bei Song 北宋 CE 960–1127), when Ci developed and experienced a transform and took an initial inosculation into shi; and 4) the Southern Song Dynasty (Nan Song 南宋 CE 1127–1279), when Ci was shifted completely to Shi (poetry) and the two were thoroughly merged.

Evolution of Ci Poetry of the dynasties of Tang and Song in the perspective of dissociation and integration of Shi and Ci

in Frontiers of Literary Studies in China

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