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On the Fighting Spirit in Li Qingzhao’s“Slow Slow Tune”

Wenli Zhang

Abstract


Li Qingzhao is the main representative of the graceful Ci school, but she has a kind of bold and masculine
character in her personality. This kind of temperament and style is displayed in her poems and in her words. This paper
analyzes Li Qingzhao’s struggle in “Slow Slow Tune” and reveals the truth that personal destiny is closely connected with
the destiny of the nation.

Keywords


Li Qingzhao; Slow Slow Tune; Resistance; Jingkang Change

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i6.3751

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