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He had originally been invited to teach there at the recommendation of Wu Rulun 吳汝綸 (1840-1903), who, like Zheng Zhen’s student Li Shuchang, was one of Zeng Guofan’s four favorite disciples and an important Tongcheng author. , Biographical Dictionary of Republican China, vol. 2, 385-6 and Kong Qingmao, Lin Shu zhuan, 209-37. 14 “Zhi Yang Jiyun” 致楊霽雲 (December 20, 1934), in Lu Xun, Lu Xun quanji, vol. 12, 书信 “Shuxin” 341220, 612. Yang Jiyun was a high school and college teacher originally from Changzhou 常州 who gathered together and published unpublished works by Lu Xun in 1934.
8 introduction bers of the newly born May Fourth Movement. Although it is difficult to explain all the reasons for this phenomenon, the May Fourth critics were most likely motivated to belittle the contemporary Song School and the Song-dynasty poets whom they held up as models for reasons similar to those that caused Liu Yazi to provoke the supporters of Song poetics in his Southern Society. First of all, the authors of the Song School were perceived to be reactionaries, even though many of them were not even involved in politics, having withdrawn from participation in government after the 1911 Revolution.
Still this was only the first engagement in the pro-Tang onslaught, and an even more decisive factor in its final victory was the growing dislike of all shi poetry written after the Tang Dynasty by some of the leading mem12 Liu was equally upset that the young Westernizer Hu Shi had written that the poetry of the contemporary Song School was superior to that of his Southern Society. See the comments about Liu’s motivations for attacking the Song School and its supporters inside the Southern Society in Yang Mengya, “Cong 1917 nian Tang Song shi zhi zheng kan Nanshe yu Wanqing Minchu Songshipai di guanxi”, 136-42.
0.8生活 (0.8 life: eight doctrine to create a healthy life) by Tao Tao