Yongwuci; Juemiaohaoci; Zhoumi; Songyuan; Ci Poetry
중국어문학논집, v. 108, Page. 181-201
There is an overwhelming number of poems that sang plants in the Juemiaohaoci, the most abundant Ci Poetry of which are plum. Zhoumi thought that it was best to sing the pain of the poet who had experienced the country’s ruination by a euphemism. The style that satisfied this was the Yongwuci. In addition to the plum blossoms, from entertainment to concern for the nation, the Xihu was one of the best objects of the spiritual world of the Poet of the Southern Song period. Zhoumi collected the premier Ci Poetry of himself and Jiangkui. Also, He considered Jiangkui as a canon of Ci Poetry. Zhoumi had seen that the artistry of Jiangkui’s Ci Poetry surpassed contemporary poet Wuwenying. The Juemiaohaoci was closely related to the contemporary anthology such as Hwaancixuan, Yangchunbaixue, Yuefubuti. And played a role in creating the canon of Yongwuci of the Southern Song period. Zhoumi highly esteemed the Yongwuci of the Southern Song period in terms of quality, not quantity, and had a profound effect on the theory and writing of the later Yongwuci.